Ceasing of Kamma comes
by Exhaustion of its Effect:
The Blessed Buddha once explained:
I tell you, Bhikkhus and Friends, that it is absolutely impossible,
that willed, intended,
performed, and accumulated intentional actions (kamma) will cease to be effective
as long as one has not yet experienced their results, be it in this life,
or in the next life,
or in even further future lives! And it is equally impossible, that without having experienced
the results of one's accumulated, intended, and performed past actions, that one will be
to put an end to Suffering. May this hereby be well known by all beings in
Kamma is an accumulated interference with a universal wave-function
the probability of all the various possible future events! Kammic moral efficacy of action
is thus not a metaphysical postulate, but an experimentally verified -yet subtle-
not all appreciated quantum-mechanical fact! Intentionally
created probabilities are real.
Detrimental Action (Kamma) has painful effects!
Numerical Discourses of the Buddha.
Anguttara Nikāya AN 10:208
Advantageous is respecting Monks, Parents, Elders
For details on the mental mechanics
of Kamma = Action see: