If karma exists, why do evil dark triad bullies dominate in all spheres of life

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I gave him a little top hat 🙂

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Seamless

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      splendid

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      flawless

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      unironically cheered me up a bit

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Very nice anon

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      cringe

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        have a nice day

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      that's a her bro

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      bump

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      marvelous

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    That's not how Karma works. You are thinking in terms of a single life with only human outcomes. Whereas you could be reborn as a cat to a cat torturer.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      > cat torture is wrong and unjustified
      > cat torturer is reincarnated as cat
      > torture cat to punish cat torturers
      > cat torture is true and just
      > reincarnate as cat
      > owner treats cats well, 9 lives of pure luxury
      > rewarded for torturing cats because cat torture is bad because youre torturing cats which is wrong because cats are cat torturers which is good because cats are bad and torture is good because torture is wrong

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        No, cat torturer is now punished so they move up. The person who tortured the cat is still wrong for what they did. Justifying evil actions wouldn't make you just. The cat is no longer the cat torturer, its just a cat.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          It would be like going to jail for stealing, and then somebody steals from you. They still go to jail. You were already punished. Two wrongs don't make a right. The cat torturer didn't do it on the off chance that it was somebody like him in a past life (which doesn't make sense), they do it because they like to inflict harm. Intent matters. I'm not saying I believe in this, im just pointing out the flawed logic in what you're saying.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            You're saying no one justifies animal cruelty by saying that they are animals because of evil deeds in their past life? Are you really saying that? Are you willing to put everything you have on THAT particular hill? You're really willing to gamble that no one justifies cruelty by claiming it is justified because of karmic punishment? You sure?

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Yes. Anyone who does that is just trying to justify what they're doing, its just a cope. Some moron little defective kid isn't thinking that, they might grow up and use that to justify their actions after the fact, but I don't think many people just start doing that later in life. They start that stuff young. Religions don't count, if their religion tells them to do that, it's a bs made up tradition. It makes no sense, why are you punishing the cat if the cat torturer is doing justice? Thats a circular argument

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            They start young because their ideology justifies it.
            Other than that, that's exactly the point I'm making?
            Honest to God question here, do you think I'm trying to justify cat cruelty or call out an ideology that implicitly justifies cat cruelty?
            Or did you missclick and reply to the wrong anon?

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Maybe youre not the same guy, im just pointing out the flaw in the initial argument about torturing cats as being a good thing. Whether karma is real or not is irrelevant, im saying that argument doesn't make sense in either case.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I smell a socialist.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          > torture cat
          > bad
          > become cat
          > treated good
          > rewarded for cat torture

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            They switched your spot with a good person

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            The cat is not a cat torturer, it WAS a cat torturer. How do you not get this?

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          > cat torture is wrong and unjustified
          Which is why being a cat who needs to rely on and trust a human but the human is a monster is a karmic punishment.
          > owner treats cats well, 9 lives of pure luxury
          Treating animals well is good karma
          > rewarded for torturing cats because cat torture is bad because youre torturing cats which is wrong because cats are cat torturers which is good because cats are bad and torture is good because torture is wrong
          Torturing bad people does not build good karma. Cats are probably the worst animal to reincarnate as because they kill for pleasure instead of food thus gaining bad karma. Similar to a badly trained dog who kills other people's pets.

          The cat is not a cat torturer, it WAS a cat torturer. How do you not get this?

          > my hypothetical is real because your hypothetical is fake because my hypothetical is real
          Flawless logic. Keep defending an ideology that is constantly used to justify cruelty, see if that earns you any "good karma". Meanwhile I'll be going after cat torturers in THIS life cause (that is to stay, humans like you) because its the only life we can actually confirm is even real.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I think you have trouble comprehending words.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Do you understand what a hypothetical example is? Do you understand that giving one doesn't mean that's what the person believes and that it's point is to refute what the other person is saying? You're taking to two different people who are saying completely opposite things

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I.. what? I'M the one who gave a hypothetical I don't believe to refute what another person is saying? Are you confused?

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Are you? Your hypothetical doesn't make sense. You replied to 2 different people. Anyway this board is unusable without IDs, shits fricked. Im out.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Maybe youre not the same guy, im just pointing out the flaw in the initial argument about torturing cats as being a good thing. Whether karma is real or not is irrelevant, im saying that argument doesn't make sense in either case.

            Make a hypothetical to point out how insane circular ideology can be used to justify ridiculous conclusions.
            > Do you know what a hypothetical is??
            > cat torture is wrong tho!!!

            > I go to /x/
            > I find schizos
            It's okay guys, it's my fault. I should've been prepared for the inevitable truth that a board known for its schizo population would wildly misinterpret. Just don't torture cats and don't defend ideology that does. Gn, inshallah

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >t's okay guys, it's my fault. I should've been prepared for the inevitable truth that a board known for its schizo population would wildly misinterpret. Just don't torture cats and don't defend ideology that does. Gn, inshallah

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            > Anon is israeli because he says Inshallah
            > Inshallah is not israeli
            Be careful to never say "bless you" or "thank God", those have abrahamic roots as well!

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >there could ABRAHAMICS here, He thought.
            >ABRAHAMICS could be anywhere.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Actually the word "God" comes from Gaut/Gotan, another name for Wotan/Odin
            Also Allah can suck my dick

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Great way to get it cut off, homosexual.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        > cat torture is wrong and unjustified
        Which is why being a cat who needs to rely on and trust a human but the human is a monster is a karmic punishment.
        > owner treats cats well, 9 lives of pure luxury
        Treating animals well is good karma
        > rewarded for torturing cats because cat torture is bad because youre torturing cats which is wrong because cats are cat torturers which is good because cats are bad and torture is good because torture is wrong
        Torturing bad people does not build good karma. Cats are probably the worst animal to reincarnate as because they kill for pleasure instead of food thus gaining bad karma. Similar to a badly trained dog who kills other people's pets.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        turn them both into a cat

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I understand but this isn't how it all works. The reincarnation and karma thing isn't benevolent, because if it was, you would remember what you did. You're trying to end the samsara and karma.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Only certain Vedantin traditions see karma as just because it is controlled by a supreme person or nirguna Brahman. Some like Samkya see it more as neutral force. In Buddhism, karma is a part of samsara and something to be avoided. It is closer to something like gravity in that view and is not benevolent.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'm pretty sure that scenario is not possible because the Mother of Compassion would not allow it.

      More likely is cat torturer born as cat.

      Does that make sense cos I am tired as frick.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    In these times, people's hearts have simply just grown corrupt. Don't worry anon, there are better times always, ahead or before.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      That's not how Karma works. You are thinking in terms of a single life with only human outcomes. Whereas you could be reborn as a cat to a cat torturer.

      Because karma actually rewards psychopathy, but everyone has been fooled by the ahimsa compassion scam

      Because they have your consent.

      dark triads are spawned by early childhood trauma or by ancestral epigenetic trauma.
      so the negative energies or karmic energy that dark triads impose on society and helps them dominate others is simply they subconsciously transmitting the karmic energy of their past. hence why they don't suffer karma, as they already suffered it

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I'm not sure how to interpret this, considering the intense childhood and epigenetic trauma of circumcision

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          it's not a good thing, but there's not much to interpret. its just one of many bad things that can happen early in life. what don't you understand about it exactly?

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I was a "dark triad" bully myself. I won't bore you with the details, but God smacked me down. Now I'm here.
    But I'm one of the lucky ones. Almost every one of my friends from highschool is dead or in prison.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Why did your highschool have such poor outcomes?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Long story. We were bored honestly. Most of my friends didn't even start off as thugs. We just all had chips on our shoulders and were fighting a lot. Some ended up really living all the gangster shit out later and lost themselves.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you understood the implications of how many bad incarnations negative karma can manifest you wouldn't ask that question.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      What good is all that if you’ve no memory of any of it

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Doesn't matter. Consequences are a function of justice, it doesn't matter how you run up the tab, the bill still has to be paid.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          and justice proceeds in a court with a due process, not as vigilante behaviour. Harming someone's spiritual memory and ability to learn from the past is only a tool to sink people further into the ground and a tool of old of consciousness slavers. Every spiritual being would be aware of consequences of their actions and if they are willing to undergo the same as they might inflict they should just have their memory. That is efficient and just.
          That said even if you gouge out the eyes of a truthful heart of throw them in a gauntlet they'll still be able to come out on top. It's a mill made to separate the wheat from the chaff.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            If only ye knew.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The basic idea is that so much bullshit will amalgamate over time so that at a certain point the "savior" will come.
    Karma is really heavy concept to accept.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >so much bullshit will amalgamate over time so that at a certain point the "savior" will come
      Can you elaborate please, also why does karma need to be accepted

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Aww thats a cute kitten!

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Because karma actually rewards psychopathy, but everyone has been fooled by the ahimsa compassion scam

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Because evil people can take it as well as they dish it out

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      this is untrue. evil people are sensitive and its the easiest thing in the world to just start pressing their buttons. you won't do it though, because its not the intellectual thing to do, regardless of what's evil or good

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    If the opposite of dark triad was the most desirable, those traits would have been bred out of the gene pool long ago, at which point a society of nothing but pussy accountants and stem nerds would quickly be annihilated by the dark and violent side of the universe.

    Dark triad traits are the bridge across the canyon between foundational steady forces (ie beta providers).

    Both are needed although dark triad in fewer numbers. Dark triad gets more pussy but less stability. Providers (used to) get stable lives and mid tier wives. You are free to be either but if you choose dark triad you must accept there is an increase in risk to your life.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Dark triad evolved for personal gain and nothing more. If a psychopath had to choose between sacrificing a population of 500,000 or himself, he would choose to live at their expense. The number could be much much larger and he wouldn't care.
      Say one of those "dark and violent" beings came to him and said "We will give you and your buddies eternal life and pleasures in exchange for humanity.", what do you think he would do? Do you think bro would grow a conscience? It was bred out by necessity, you said it yourself. He is basically the fittest form of life.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >humanity.
        Does not apply to normalgays, see vax as example.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >assuming the deal wasn't already made, and the goal wasn't always to weaken, divide, and make normies stupid to properly prepare them

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Because they have your consent.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Only right answer in the thread. It’s called manufacturing consent

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Oh. Hey, Mr. Cuban.
    >dominate
    😉

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Take the god hatred pill

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Because karma doesn't exist. Reincarnation doesn't exist either, at least not the kind that claims continuity.

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    It depends on the religion. There are different views of karma. Some HIndu traditions like Dvaita Vedanta, see karma as having a controller who wills every single thing to occur including karma. In Advaita Vedanta , Ishvara, Shiva, is one who is the enforcer of the laws of the Karma. Shiva is manifest Consciousness, and Prakriti, karma is also controlled.

    In Buddhism, karma is always mixed and you are the author of karma. There are other types of causation in Buddhism actually though. Not everything happens because of karma. Karma however renders certain potentialities even if not outright the efficient cause. There are the 5 niyamas, not to be confused with the Hindu niyamas which are something else.

    https://www.learnreligions.com/the-five-niyamas-449741

  16. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Karma is a form of magnetism there are ways of avoiding karma or even absolving it altogether in a way no matter how evil the action. If you know how to manipulate the cosmic rhythm you can avoid karmic consquences for basically everything. To answer your question dark triad elites perform this kind of black magic on a regular basis and that's how they avoid karma. Most ancient Hindu manuscripts (which were the primary source from which the popular understanding of karma orginated) actually speak of karma as not being direct but rather a form of "cosmic rhythm" that can be direct but not if one manipulates the cosmic rhythm. Karma is more of a force of nature than a force of justice but if you know the laws of karma you can surely achieve greatness in life.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      It's just predatory gaslighting for gullible people who think they are culpable for their actions in this world at all. Don't be a b***h. Get off the plantation, Black personboy.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I never said karma directly involves responsiblity for action I said how it is understood by the masses is a skewed understanding of the original concept. But if you're on the internet telling people who is a b***h and who isn't I would infer that you have a deep dissatisfaction with your life and you vent your insecurities on people you don't know because you're that unsatisfied with your life. The real b***h is you.

  17. 2 months ago
    Red Robin

    So they can watch everything they have built be stripped from them lol

  18. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Because energy is fundamental to every operation in this world and some people figured out the game before you did and became predators.
    It works. We're basically supposed to be energy slaves but I'm off the plantation and I'm not gonna work. I'm probably just gonna start stealing shit.

  19. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Karma comes from Vedic religions. All religions except one worship Lucifer. Lucifer is the god of this world. Super simple stuff.

  20. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >If karma exists
    I'll stop you right there, it doesn't.

    • 2 months ago
      notnormal

      Sometimes the answer is so simple. We need to find and expose dark triads.

  21. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >If karma exists, why do evil dark triad bullies dominate in all spheres of life
    do you want people to make good decisions for the good reasons or because they should fear some judge saying
    >ah ah ah NEIN years dungeon
    if you bring up Karma then think about the following: why do evil dakr triad bullies even bully you? Why can't you just circumvent and bypass their shit while still shining your own light upon the world? Should good people be teethless and without wit?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      The bullied never has any fault or responsibility for being bullied. How do I know? I have been a bully

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >The bullied never has any fault or responsibility for being bullied. How do I know? I have been a bully
        Where then lies the responsiblity for one's transgressing in another space? Perhaps someone else should stand up to them. Perhaps you should stand up to yourself because a bully just highlights a weakness in your own psyche. Young as we are we don't know what to do with that to eat their attitude and become stronger of it. You -are- at fault for being bullied and for allowing others to be bullied. What makes one kid stand up for another or decide it's been enough?

        I've been both. When I was bullied and just wanted to be who I was I felt like it wasn't my responsiblity. After I almost maimed a fricker (thank God I held on) when I was 10 I also ought've learned that allowing yourself to be bullied is a choice. It just feels wrong. It's not something you can tell every child in a hard and direct way. I'd never tell my kids to just man up and take it. But personally I don't regret things going that way.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I don't want children to live according to an homosexual homini lupus/mors tua vita mea mentality. It's literally a snake endlessly biting his tail: the bullied has to turn into a bully in order to not being bullied and so on... it's rotten. We have an animal component but we are not just animals, and applying the laws of the jungle to ourselves is not that straightforward. If the problem lies at the root adjusting the branches won't solve the problem. There's a responsibility on the bullied in regards on how he deals with the bullying, that's undeniable (altough I think that turning yourself into a bully it's not the most skillfull choice) but not in the determination of being bullied, and the "highlighting a weakness in the psyche" part is at the edge of gaslighting imo. The bully has no positive role anyway, even if the bullied manages to turn that into something good. Actually if that really happens it's the bullied that highlights a weakness in the psyche of the bully.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >I don't want children to live according to an homosexual homini lupus/mors tua vita mea mentality.
            There's two points here: one is "I don't want children to". I don't want you to make decisions for me that are not in my best interest.
            Secondly your view is also extreme, while my post was about the middle-ground.
            Another lass in my class was also bullied but I did not stand up with her against it at the time. That was a sin: if I had found it in my spirit at the time to stand up and stand next to her that time her life would have been immeasurably better, I'd probably had made a friend for life too.
            >the bullied has to turn into ... and so on... it's rotten.
            No, that view is rotten. You can stand up to a bully and show them the corner of the room and change the pattern of life such that they mind their own business. You can remove the psychological weakness in yourself that makes your vulnerable to bullying.
            Concrete example: I'd cave in when shouted at and verbally abused. Later: torrents of abuse over me and I'd just smile. The external events no longer caused an emotional response or negative impact. You get a negative impact when your stress and safety are compromised.
            >part is at the edge of gaslighting imo.
            It's not meant like that and I wrote about that too. On a personal level: I decided I had to take responsibility for myself. I'd never tell a kid to just man up. This worked for me because it came from myself and thus was not a source of invalidation, which gaslighting usually is.
            The bullies were ignored systematically at school. Nothing was done for me or us. It was a problem that everyone pretended was not there. What other solution was there for my young self but to take responsibility?
            >highlights a weakness in the psyche of the bully.
            >If the problem lies at the root adjusting the branches won't solve the problem
            How do you reconcile these? You have power over yourself. I had power over myself, not over the bully's behaviour.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >turning yourself into a bully it's not the most skillfull choice
            we are talking about children in elementary and early highschool. The choices they make are not made based on skill but on emotions and their frame of the world at that time. There isn't much choice sometimes if you find yourself in a position of power because you lack the perspective and experience to understand what you are doing.
            my bully arc was a case of
            >The bully has no positive role anyway, even if the bullied manages to turn that into something good.
            This isn't correct either. These small scale patterns of behaviour mimick relations and events that our children might encounter in their adult life. If you only prepare a child for positive things then how will they learn to deal with negative events?
            I know what it was like to be abandoned by the adults who were supposed to be fostering a nice environment. If there is a systematic problem I would expect a solution. I could relocate my children if I wanted to, but that's not always an option for everyone. Avoidance as a policy does not last. You also have no authority over another person's kids. The school also has to participate.
            While in the moment: yes the bullying had no positive role. I could still perform well though and in hindsight I suffered but not to the degree that it fricked up my life + I got some life lessons out of it. Would I wish it gone? No, but I also wouldn't want my kids to deal with the bureaucracy and give them a fast track to self-confidence and owning their own private space. They have that right.

            >Anything that uses fear can never be spiritual
            this is correct
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            thoughtlets

            would it not be more correct to say that anything that warps your decisionmaking by warping the intent of fear is not spiritual? Fear is meant to keep you alive and warn you of things that would sway you from your path. When taken too far fear starts ruling you and you lose connection with your authentic self. Fear is natural and normal. What your brain does with it is not always so.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            It's mostly genetic, they aren't at fault. You can't fix psychopaths with anything short of mind control or lobotomy.

            The lessons people learn from life hinges on their genetics. If we think of the brain as a computer, the genes are the blueprints for how that computer will be built, its specs, how it will code itself, what it will prefer, etc. Doesn't even account for outside shit that can affect how your brain operates (brain injury, disease, BAD drug experiences)
            I've seen some well tempered poorgays who have been abused, and they're not abusers. Conversely richgays who drive like dipshits in their loud ass cars, litter, pick fights and wreak general hell on their surroundings.
            Not to say this has anything to do with being rich or poor. There are good rich folks and abusive poor people as well.
            My point is there are people who have been taught only love and chose hate/taught only hate and chose love. This makes 0 fricking sense if everything is nurture.
            Some people are just born rotten and it sucks for all of us, including them.

  22. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Because karma is a troony

  23. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don’t know man, I see this trend play out in all facets of my life. I’m honestly done with this world

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      No. you simply don't understand this world yet

  24. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I did very bad things because bad things were done to me and then even worse things happened to me. I was wrong to assume that I should become evil just because people were evil towards me. Karma is definitely real. Maybe bad people just don’t want to admit it or something but I’ve proved it to myself and have learned from my shitty ways.

  25. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you want good things to happen you need a good environment.
    Karma operates through external events that you het tangled up in. It's also just the memory of beings and people. If bullies bully you why are they not also highlighting dents and weaknesses in you?

  26. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You reap what you sow in this life and the next. Try not to worry about it too much. If it gets to you then you need to detach. That’s the goal. The so called winners and big shots of society get nowhere and go nowhere in the end but just get reborn 300 lifetimes as an incel shark that will live for 300 years get cucked by Chad sharks. Living in constant frustration without the mental or physical capacity to do anything about it. Think on that and be glad you are here as a human. You can think deeply about this and detach.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      this only describes a circular pattern.
      what breaks people put of patterns is very different work. Some of the nastier spirits out there turned mellow not by making them suffer with unimaginative stuff.
      Suffering is a tool to lower someone's resolve and self worth. Some big shots of society also happen to have done the work that 1000 people would've given up on.

  27. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    There is no good or bad karma, no one is keeping track of your good/bad deeds. Karma just means, causes and effects. People assign good and bad terms to different causes and effects. Most people won't believe it because it will shatter their view of morality which is founded on lies in the first place. If you decide to kill a guy for personal gain, it will have consequences. The consequences can be good or bad.

    The need to understand Karma, is to realize that you are unconsciously performing karma, which in simpler terms means, you are creating consequences without even knowing and you are calling it fate.

    Here is a good exercise: Assume that death is not a big deal because the soul is eternal and it will find another body, and then decide how will you act in different scenarios. Here is one scenario:

    You know that death is not a big deal. And a guy comes to you and decides to kill you. Since you aren't scared of death, you running away is not an act of cowardliness it's just a choice. Similarly since you aren't scared of your own death, you can decide to kill him, the act of killing or fleeing is the same if you aren't afraid of death itself. And if the guy end up killing you instead, it's still not a big deal because you never cared about being dead in the first place. There is no fear, hatred, in any of these outcomes.

    Remember the best thing one can do, is to sit alone and contemplate on questions about god as we know it. You don't need any outside agency to tell you what's right or wrong.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >because you never cared about being dead in the first place.
      these rhetorics change drastically in the face of higher life planning and organization. If you kill a person I've been supervising and guiding and your act bring about changes in fate that are hard to set straight I will sue your ass anon.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        > higher life planning
        planning about future implies you care about your survival in the first place, you are not living in present. Because it's in present only that a person could be free from the fear of death.

  28. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The bad behavior is bad karma because it causes rebirth in Hell,, as an animal, as an asura or as an angry ghost in the Buddhist religious view. Material goods are the consequence of good behavior and virtue but without dhamma (Buddha's teachings) you eventually develop bad karma and it leads you to Hell or another lower state and it can take sextillions of years across may world systems before you're born as a human again.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      > The bad behavior is bad karma because it causes rebirth in Hell,, as an animal, as an asura or as an angry ghost in the Buddhist religious view
      > muh do this or you will suffer
      Anything that uses fear can never be spiritual.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        If I say "lying habitually will make your life worse", am i using fear? You can say so, but I am explaining reality to you.

        Who are you to define what is and is not spiritual? You are a normal person, right? Buddha claimed to have full insight into the nature of reality, and invites anyone to test and examine his claims.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          > how can you define
          I am not defining anything. There is no need to define anything. Humans are capable of finding stuff out on their own. And any being capable of free will that is not tainted by dogma will be able to reach this conclusion that fear is never spiritual.

          > lying habitually will make your life worse
          no it won't some people have made their career on lies and they lead a better life, morality as it is taught today is just a cope.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Not habitually lying even for selfish reasons will improve your life.

            Free will? You live in a universe with cause and effect. Your body doesn't have one cell in it that it did 10 years ago. Your body is a machine and you are conditioned with karma.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Look, Mario, you're just a bundle of pixels.. randomly generated, all of them!
            >Just give up Mario!

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Karma is not real, its just demonic tricks and excuses used to frick with you.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            How do you know?

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            You are looking at society when you should be looking at yourself. If you stopped lying habitually YOUR life would be better.

            You can't know the truth about life after death, you only think you do. You're only arrogant

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          > how can you define
          I am not defining anything. There is no need to define anything. Humans are capable of finding stuff out on their own. And any being capable of free will that is not tainted by dogma will be able to reach this conclusion that fear is never spiritual.

          > lying habitually will make your life worse
          no it won't some people have made their career on lies and they lead a better life, morality as it is taught today is just a cope.

          Also, if the only reason you don't lie is that because it makes your life worse then that's a selfish act and it will be shattered inevitably.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Anything that uses fear can never be spiritual
        this is correct

        The bad behavior is bad karma because it causes rebirth in Hell,, as an animal, as an asura or as an angry ghost in the Buddhist religious view. Material goods are the consequence of good behavior and virtue but without dhamma (Buddha's teachings) you eventually develop bad karma and it leads you to Hell or another lower state and it can take sextillions of years across may world systems before you're born as a human again.

        Because karma is a legal system not a moral system, morons just like to conflate everything with morals. The moron is at a disadvantage because he thinks the answer to everything is kindness, the clever wins because he realizes kindness just as evilness can bring suffering and he chooses the most efficient route when it's necessary.

        I don't want children to live according to an homosexual homini lupus/mors tua vita mea mentality. It's literally a snake endlessly biting his tail: the bullied has to turn into a bully in order to not being bullied and so on... it's rotten. We have an animal component but we are not just animals, and applying the laws of the jungle to ourselves is not that straightforward. If the problem lies at the root adjusting the branches won't solve the problem. There's a responsibility on the bullied in regards on how he deals with the bullying, that's undeniable (altough I think that turning yourself into a bully it's not the most skillfull choice) but not in the determination of being bullied, and the "highlighting a weakness in the psyche" part is at the edge of gaslighting imo. The bully has no positive role anyway, even if the bullied manages to turn that into something good. Actually if that really happens it's the bullied that highlights a weakness in the psyche of the bully.

        >The bullied never has any fault or responsibility for being bullied. How do I know? I have been a bully
        Where then lies the responsiblity for one's transgressing in another space? Perhaps someone else should stand up to them. Perhaps you should stand up to yourself because a bully just highlights a weakness in your own psyche. Young as we are we don't know what to do with that to eat their attitude and become stronger of it. You -are- at fault for being bullied and for allowing others to be bullied. What makes one kid stand up for another or decide it's been enough?

        I've been both. When I was bullied and just wanted to be who I was I felt like it wasn't my responsiblity. After I almost maimed a fricker (thank God I held on) when I was 10 I also ought've learned that allowing yourself to be bullied is a choice. It just feels wrong. It's not something you can tell every child in a hard and direct way. I'd never tell my kids to just man up and take it. But personally I don't regret things going that way.

        thoughtlets

  29. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Superstitious magical thinking placebo-effect

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      see this

      There is no good or bad karma, no one is keeping track of your good/bad deeds. Karma just means, causes and effects. People assign good and bad terms to different causes and effects. Most people won't believe it because it will shatter their view of morality which is founded on lies in the first place. If you decide to kill a guy for personal gain, it will have consequences. The consequences can be good or bad.

      The need to understand Karma, is to realize that you are unconsciously performing karma, which in simpler terms means, you are creating consequences without even knowing and you are calling it fate.

      Here is a good exercise: Assume that death is not a big deal because the soul is eternal and it will find another body, and then decide how will you act in different scenarios. Here is one scenario:

      You know that death is not a big deal. And a guy comes to you and decides to kill you. Since you aren't scared of death, you running away is not an act of cowardliness it's just a choice. Similarly since you aren't scared of your own death, you can decide to kill him, the act of killing or fleeing is the same if you aren't afraid of death itself. And if the guy end up killing you instead, it's still not a big deal because you never cared about being dead in the first place. There is no fear, hatred, in any of these outcomes.

      Remember the best thing one can do, is to sit alone and contemplate on questions about god as we know it. You don't need any outside agency to tell you what's right or wrong.

  30. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Because we are actually living in hell.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      No, not quite, it's more nuanced. The World's Soul (Anima Mundi) is corrupted, that's the problem. That's also where those gnostics who despised the bodily and the material fell into error: the body it's perfect and wonderful, the problem is the soul, the soul cries help for her redemption. The prostitute of Babylon is also your caste divine bride, but it's up to you to free her from her state. The princess to be saved is also the dragon who guards her.

  31. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    They don't dominate in peace of mind. It's actually incredibly sad when you get to the bottom of their suffering. Literal rot of the soul.

    -former Chad

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Do explain.

      Do chad/alphas even “consider” karma? My experience is that they don’t. They just plow forward and deal with any problems only as necessary not even considering any consequence of their actions.

      >You’ll get what’s coming to you! ~beta

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        They're constantly seeking base sensory desires and other worldly desires. If you're seeking the same thing and failing, of course you're unhappy.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Not all chads are dark triad bullies btw.

  32. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    "karma" (i prefer to call it fate) doesn't kick in until you die, or are near death

  33. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Full dark triad people are generally completely empty at their core and should be the envy of no one, if you've ever intimately known a narcissist you'll see they're pretty pitiful and no matter how much they victimize other people they always wound themselves the deepest

  34. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Ignore reality
    >Reality turns even more evil
    >Suffer from it
    It's foolish to think that the evil dark triad types don't suffer from the same shit. But they are a lesson to the masses. They are like Darth Vader / Emperor scarface.

  35. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You might be focusing on a minority of dark triad bullies that actually made it and who were not both psychopathic enough and stupid enough to be ostracized from society anyway I always thoight that karma was half common sence and half the fact that we evolved to find socially acceptable behaviour rewarding because it aids our survival it doesn't have much to do with success in life as much as it has to do with how miserable you are

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Karma is also within the action. Kill the goose that lay golden eggs and you get a world without it.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Mindless conformity is no different than mindless religious or idealogical fanatism, ignoring reality and replacing it with imaginary fairy tales tier bullshit is not good for survival.

  36. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Rules to reincarnation with karma
    >You will be judged and punished on your crime depending on how you lived in life
    >But you will have no memory of your past life
    >So you will learn nothing as you take on a new experience for no fricking reason at all
    Yeah sure. I'll believe in this bullshit.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Karma Black folk are dumber than dirt.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >no memories of your past life
      the actions you commit as a child/teen should let you know what you're responsible for. i know i was always a ruthless butthole

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >the actions you commit as a child/teen should let you know what you're responsible for.
        >had intense daydreams of driving off foreign soldiers from my ancestral island nation
        based I bet they're still alive and kicking if even 20% of my imagination was real

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          i kicked a poor kid in the balls. not so based

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >i kicked a poor kid in the balls. not so based
            i joined a few others in some bullying just to fit on. also not based. Kids are dumb

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            later on i fought back against a group of bullies to make a stand, which i also highly regret. if i just playfully went along i would have fit in more. i fricked it all up

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      You WILL take the beatings because you deserve them.
      You WILL NOT resist or they WILL get worse next time.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        In the Vedantin traditions that see it is good, it is more like a spur to seek the supreme divine person focused in the tradition or the single essence or substance that is reality and God.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I'm enlightened now.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Karma isn't supposed to be fair or teach you a lesson. It's just how the world works supposedly. That's why Buddha recommends escaping karma and not "learning the lesson"

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        They pay off the karmic debt by being honest sort of, but most people never notice it. They slip it into conversation if they're being interviewed. They have been honest but we don't question & quiz elites on why they have the Freudian slips that they do. They should be crushed, if they aren't accidentally admitting to real crimes they are on drugs and are their fantasies slip out.

        How do you escape karma / pay off your karmic debt

  37. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Karma is a cope. Karma doesn't exist as a magical scorekeeper
    If it is a magical scorekeeper, then everything bad that happens to you you deserve - in exchange for something bad you yourself have done.
    But don't fret about that, Karma is not real, and you need to look out for #1 because the universe is not

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      "Deserve" is literally social construct.
      No one deserves anything both in positive and negative sense.

  38. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Because karma is a legal system not a moral system, morons just like to conflate everything with morals. The moron is at a disadvantage because he thinks the answer to everything is kindness, the clever wins because he realizes kindness just as evilness can bring suffering and he chooses the most efficient route when it's necessary.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Why do you think braindead levels of morals are pushed into the populace by the states when the state bends morals at every turn? Because keeping people thinking they HAVE TO be kind at all times is a literal fence around the cattle. It's a self regulating system where the cattle themselves intercept the sheep that diverge.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Why do you think braindead levels of morals are pushed into the populace by the states when the state bends morals at every turn? Because keeping people thinking they HAVE TO be kind at all times is a literal fence around the cattle. It's a self regulating system where the cattle themselves intercept the sheep that diverge.

      tldr. When you turn the other cheek the universe laughs at you.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Turning other cheek is not kindness, it looks like you don't understand what is morals and what is kindness.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I never said it was, it was just a popular exemplification of how failing to follow the path of least resistance is always met with backlash, it's pretty much a universal axiom. Sometimes the path of least resistance involves kindness, sometimes it involves hostility, if you only stick to one path because you've been brainwashed to do so half your life is going to be miserable as a result.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >failing to follow the path of least resistance is always met with backlash
            Lol

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >muh efficiency
      Literally npc.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >muh ethics spiked by israelites
        Literal handicapped by choice.

        Kindness cannot cause suffering, otherwise its not actual kindness, but fake one.

        Everything that is attached to desire causes suffering, for you and for others, and kindness isn't different. Choosing kindness over other behaviors isn't about avoiding suffering, it's about mitigating it when it's time for kindness, which is not always the case.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >strawman
          And what you call morals is actually called idealogy and religion.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Are you trying to waste time for some reason? Religion, ideology and morals are a matryoshka doll.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Kindness cannot cause suffering, otherwise its not actual kindness, but fake one.

  39. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Energy.
    It's all about energy. They see the system for how it works and they chose to assume a predatory role. They are predators. And it is beneficial for them. Just not for you. This is the way its always been. Slaves and the aristocracy. Because people are too afraid to do shit about it. That's why they call you prey.

  40. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    EMBRACE YOUR FORTUNE
    DARK CHILD
    WEAVE THE CHAOS AND LESSONS OF OUR LORD
    LET THEM TRY TO DENY ITS WISDOM
    THEY CLAIM EVIL AND SEEK TO DESTROY YOU, BUT YOU WERE MEANT TO BE THEIR TEACHER AND THEY THE RELUCTANT STUDENT, REGARDLESS OF THEIR DENIAL OF YOUR IMPULSION

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I will shit on your chaos from the top of the Empire State building.
      Then I will jump down from the top, manifest a basketball hoop at the bottom and dunk on your shit covered bich ass.

  41. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm obsessed with this topic. Because for the past 20 years I either lose my job or quit since I can't stand un-righteousness. And these guys know that I'm not one of them, so I never fit in. The demons have dominion here that's the answer to your question.

  42. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Karma isn't an exact science. The reason evil organizations exist destroying mankind? Mankind has free will. Nirvana Heaven and eternal bliss forever or fuel for the hellfire. Your choice. You will face judgement and you will not be able to excuse your inhumane actions against your brothers and sisters you were sent here to help.

  43. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Karma is mumbo jumbo nonsense that serves as cope as to why you aren't receiving your ideal of justice in the world. Ohhh it's invisible and happening behind the scenes!

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I mean, it isn't hard to track down causality to a certain degree. Buddhist monks practice this thing called "vipassana" where they cultivate insight and focus in perceiving sensations in greater detail, which is what allows them to further investigate causality. A person trained in vipassana might determine karmic consequences that aren't obvious to the average person due to this, it's not mumbo jumbo, it's pretty straight forward as a concept.

      Just to exemplify it, take the famous idea of the butterfly creating a tornado. If you draw a line from the butterfly to the tornado, that line would represent the causal process, an average person might discern some of that causal process down the beginning of the line, but a vipassana practitioner can go further down the line, with enough practice one reaches the tornado and achieves complete understanding. This is a basic idea that anyone can understand, every action be it physical or mental branches into further causal events that often bite your ass or that of others, this is as real as the air you breath.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        And the only reason people think it's some sort of "Retributive mumbo jumbo" is because they can't perceive the causal process because they lack insight and attention, so of course, if the average person unleashes a disgrace upon them by performing a certain set of actions, they'll lose track of it down the causal line (if they see it to begin with) and when it happens it'll be blamed on some mumbo jumbo scapegoat, such as bad luck or what people have made of karma.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Cause and effect is cause and effect. I don't believe in some world where acting a certain way brings you good or bad. There is not any moral or ethical standard besides the ones we impose and put into practice. People use karma interchangeably like they would heaven or hell, the idea that you will be judged by some supreme judge of the universe after death.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Like it's been said in this thread before, karma is a legal system not a moral system. Morals are just a tool that mitigates adverse effects of causality, so they are an important part of practice in every model, but they're not intrinsically related to karma. And most importantly, there is no cosmic judge, or "judgement at a later date", you are responsible for your karma, perceiving the consequences as an external force passing judgement is just a sign of ignorance about your own actions.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Sounds fake and gay like christianity and every other religion

  44. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    How can you be good all your life to bullies liars cheaters and scammers?

  45. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I never heard of a dark triad before, did I enter a parralel universe after going to bed? What I do know is that I hve made this reply before

  46. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    karma exists in the reincarnation, not in the life

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      karma is just the memory of other people. Not everything is planned or capable of being planned, unless you live in very limited worlds in different states of consciousness.

      There are also cases of young souls being put through moronic lives that only caused them to decay and become aggressive or tools for some higher shitstains. Some of them are still freely going about with their business, so don't act like there is a universal justice system that always works. It has to be worked for.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Karma in the Buddhist view is kinda like a causal trajectory. It does phenomenologically speaking appear in the form of memories and habits though. As causal trajectory it acts on other people's karmas though.

  47. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Fund G--d

  48. 2 months ago
    Garrote

    dark triad aren't evil
    Narcissism just means loving yourself, which is good.
    Anri-social, wanting to be alone, is common and it's just the way some people are.
    Being manipulative is literally how we get somewhere. Imagine being an honest authentic believing person 100% of the time, it's impossible.
    So it's just nature.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Incorrect Mr Janny.

      If you disagree I do not GAF.

  49. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    because the "evil dark triad bullies" use religion to trick people into thinking they're the good guys.
    Thus karma is still active, and punishes people for being fricking idiots, giving them what they "want" and deserve

  50. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    They pay off the karmic debt by being honest sort of, but most people never notice it. They slip it into conversation if they're being interviewed. They have been honest but we don't question & quiz elites on why they have the Freudian slips that they do. They should be crushed, if they aren't accidentally admitting to real crimes they are on drugs and are their fantasies slip out.

  51. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The worst thing of all is to adopt bad behaviors or bad habits in adulthood. Like if you didn't bloom into a nasty person until your college years. Then they associate their behavior with adulthood and the chances of them changing is next to nil. To them, it was part of growing up and imagining they were wiser or smarter. Yet it's all psychopathic. Guys like Wall Street traders, lawyers, politicians, moguls like Harvey Weinstein, Bill Gates - these were all timid geeks at first. Very few of them could swing a fist from 0-18 years old.
    This is how they inflict so much evil in the world without a hint of guilt. They think they're doing the smart or right things. You're far more likely to see a young street kid change his life around than this.

  52. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Outside of what other consciousnesses are willing to inflict upon you, there are no consequences for your actions. Only imbeciles and slaves believe that.
    Nobody is going to save you, do the deed yourself if you want to

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