Questioner:When do karmas stop occuring?
Dadashri: It is when you have the experience of, "I am Pure Self." So when you become the pure Self, you will stop binding karmas. The discharge of karmas will continue until they are completely exhausted.
So how can we stop karmas from binding? Once you come into the nature of the Self, no new karma will bind. This happens when the Gnani Purush makes you aware of your own Pure Self. After that, new karmas do not bind and old karmas continue to discharge. When all the karmas have discharged, you will attain final liberation.
Now do you understand karma? Whenever you become the doer, you bind karma but once you are freed from that doership, you stop binding new karma. When I release you from the doership, you will stop binding new karmas and only the effects of the old karmas remain. These you will have to experience. No new causes will occur; only the effects will remain. And when all the effects have been completely experienced, you will attain final liberation.
1) Freedom from the spectacles of illusion (wrong belief) and freedom from the realization of 'I am the doer'; that is called the Pure Soul.
2) As long as you are the doer, you will bind karma. Karma is based on doership. When Gnani Purush (the enlightened one) removes this base (of doership), charging of karma stops. Then only discharge of karmas remains.
Questioner: What can one do to prevent the creation of karma?
Dadashri: If you have bad thoughts or negativity, you should immediately confess them to God. The thoughts will linger as long as there is an account. Just confess to God that you have had bad thoughts and that you are asking for forgiveness (pratikraman) and vow never to do it again.
The most unique and fundamental aspect of Akram Vignan is that once you are graced with the Knowledge of the Self, you will not bind any new karmas provided you remain within the Five Agnas; five Knowledge-based principles given by the Gnani to help you discharge your past karmas and conduct your worldly interactions with equanimity. Since new karmas are not bound, your final liberation is guaranteed within fifteen lifetimes!
Book Name : The Science of Karma (Page #72 Paragraph #3,#4,#5)
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