The Path of Fulfillment

First some theoretical premises: Spiritually, the term fulfillment refers to (the fulfillment of) karma. Fulfillment is the realization of karmic effects (coming from the near or distant past) in the present and in the future, without creating new karma through the associated actions and deeds. As such, the path of the fulfillment is very close to Bhakti Yoga and Karma Yoga. Fulfillment — that is the actual and conscious experience of karma — without renunciation of the fruits of the related actions and deeds — creates new karma. This is karmicly—spiritually very uneconomical because it doesn‘t reduce the karmic account, but keeps it even or may even increase it. Continue reading “The Path of Fulfillment”