Urður Verðandi Skuld
are the law of karma, the Natural Law action always having an equal reaction, as you sow so you shall reap.
Urður is our actions, Verðandi the calculation always correct, Skuld (dept and duty) what then comes back to us, our due karma, which we started ourselves anyway.
Know that karma comes from our past life-spans as well as the present one. Few men remember past life-spans. Do not blame others for what comes to you but bear is patiently, now knowing who set the vibrations forth in the first place.
In Bhagavad-Gita we have: Unfathomable is the course of action. But we have power over our actions, but not their fruits.
We shall know that we have life-spans after life-spans in which we are caught in the vicious cycle of actions performed, the incentive thereof, leading to next action, of which we do not understand the idea. Our vicious cycle and the unseen seed of memory.
See also Ullur
We shall become einherjar to see what is worth performing and what is not.
Karma still comes to us when we are enlightened, only we now see the whole picture and therefore take lightly whatever comes our way.
Note that this “one life-span only” is a later-time invention (Constantinople Churchian assembly idea) meant for easier manipulation.
And St.Peter and the sin-register at the Golden Gate is a manipulated copy of karma, Urður Verðandi Skuld. Only there, the death of a body is a dead end.
Listen to pronunciation: Urður Verðandi Skuld, einherji (singular), einherjar (plural)