Karmantics is defined as the routine Practice of being ever cognizant
of those countless yet subtle connections between karmic “causes and
consequences" occurring in our lives, especially those producing
outcomes that cause us to question why they happened. When done
honestly and without bias, through reflection, such Routine
Objectivity will teach us how to use the Law of Karma to enlighten
and evolve ourselves, first by anticipating the fullest range of
possible consequences -- both good or bad.  As human
consciousness, programmed from birth for making ever more
complicated decisions and choices, every moment of every day (at
times unconsciously), we can learn to better guide our choices
navigating the twists and turns, the ups and downs, on our roads of
Life.  As we seek to maintain balance in pursuit of our goals and the
fulfillment of our desires, this reflection, this meditation, will not
only stimulate the fullest exercise of our reason and logic, but will
also allow us to be more receptive to participation from of our Inner
Voice (God, our Soul or intuition), and to our Conscience.

Our human, ego-driven, consciousness has three primary self-
motivating functions: (1) self-preservation (2) self-ratification, and
(3) self-glorification.  Therefore, all of our choices, no matter how
mundane or how profound, will always be influenced by either of
those functions or by all three.  Our every movement on the road of
Life, both in direction and momentum, will be impacted by our  
choices.  It doesn't matter we sometimes experience false starts and
make mistakes, which serves as opportunities for re-evaluating and
learning from our missteps, if we so choose.  This is the Divine
purpose of karma, to empower our free will; the two are gifts
bestowed upon us with which to evolve ourselves.  And when we
choose to use those gifts to evolve ourselves, we are, in effect,
practicing Karmantics.  Just remember, free will is not actually free.
The costs are consequential.

Inevitably, when we make that choice, we become ever more
concerned with the consequences of our thoughts, our words and our
actions.  We may even seek to expand our knowledge for alternative
ways of thinking to enlighten our words and our deeds; alternative
ideas, methods and materials for making better choices in our lives.  
Such ideas, methods and materials (expressed in written, aural and
visual forms) can be called “karma-mental,” meaning they will
enable us to reach deeper contemplative, meditative and mind-
expanding states to aid us in intelligent future choices.   All such
"karma-mental" materials, in the form of enlightening
books, mind-
documentaries, spirit-lifting music and stimulating games,
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