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Mr Cayce's definitive work gives life and voice to the often debated belief in karma, how what we do in this life affects us not only on this earthly plane, but in the afterlife and any future lives. While I frequently had to reread passages to see exactly what he was saying when he gave his readings, the same message repeated throughout: Our every act affects those around us, ripples in a pond that can have lasting consequences.
I received not only wisdom from his readings, but a great deal of comfort. We are not through when we leave this world, and those we love are not gone forever. For me, that's worth everything.
Here is the beginning of the hypocrisy. In another Cayce book by John van Auken, Edgar Cayce and the Kabbalah, it was said that God, the Creator, made perfect souls. On page 2 of Reincarnation & Karma, Cayce’s spirits channel this message, “The first cause was, that the created would be the companion for the Creator; that it, the creature, would—through its manifestations in the activity of that given unto the creature—show itself to be not only worthy of, but companionable to, the Creator.
Do you see the problem here? If the Creator created perfect souls, they would already be perfect companions for the Creator. If the Creator didn’t create perfect companions, then the Creator shouldn’t call his creations perfect souls.
And why would a perfectly created soul need to prove it was worthy to God? A perfect soul should already be worthy of God. To me, it sounds like Cayce’s channeled beings are saying that a perfect soul is not good enough for God. They certainly aren’t listening to their own contradictory words.
I know the new age, religious argument, too. Souls have free will, and that is why they need to prove themselves. Well, I know that educated people can already see the problem with that statement. A perfect soul could not make imperfect choices; otherwise it would never have been a perfect soul to begin with—free will or no free will. (I explain all of this in my review for Edgar Cayce and the Kabbalah. See that review here. Edgar Cayce and the Kabbalah )
Cayce’s channeled spirits say that we should not find fault in ourselves or others, but on page 53 and page 57, and numerous other places in this book, Cayce’s channeled spirits say that a soul gained or a soul lost—which means a soul gained in soul growth from love and service to others, or the soul lost in soul growth because of selfish actions. That is clearly fault finding. These spirits are finding fault in the loss of soul growth and anything selfish. I agree with them, but they are not practicing what they preach.
These same spirits had no trouble pointing out on page 58 that a person, or persons, was engaged in self-indulgence or self-aggrandizement. Cayce’s spirits are fault finding again. Can you say, “Hypocrite?”
For the most part, the book is very dry and boring. It’s really nothing more than looking at Cayce’s readings to prove that reincarnation exists. If you believe in reincarnation already, then skip this book for now and read it in another lifetime.