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to indicate that it is egoistic (according to Tantra) to assume responsibility (as in karma) for acts committed in ignorance, saying that the consequences of our actions would never end since we constantly create new karmic debts while absolving old debts. The acts (he claims) came out of our “drunk and blind ignorance,” or darkness. Tantra, he continues, says that all that is necessary is “awareness” (light) or awakening from our “coma.” Can anyone seriously enlighten me further regarding this approach? Is this true of Tantra? Thank you…
Guess I’m still new enough that I don’t entirely know what I’m doing on YA (how it works). In “modifying” my question I’ve somehow submitted it 3 times, so had 15 points deducted. Shot self in the foot…I’m more Coyote than CosmicCoyote it seems, though certainly less cosmic. Sorry about the same question appearing 3 times. I’ll catch on soon. Mea culpa…
Oooooooooops! I submitted this question 3 times accidentally while “modifying” it. So sorry…