CoreyNiles92 wrote:And enlightenment is freedom from Karma, you act morally righteous not intentionally, but naturally. Good deeds come about on their own, rather than by decision.
You could have 1,000 Positive Karmic seeds and 1,000 negative Karmic seeds. This won't put you into enlightenment smack in the middle, and it won't negate. You will have 1,000 experiences in life that will bring about positive or negative feelings based on the actions that created the seeds.
I don't believe that is true.
There are examples suggesting otherwise such as;
Buddha once had a headache. He related it to a kamma vipaka of a past life.
As "Cittasanto" pointed out earlier the case of Angulimala, he still had to suffer his bad deeds.
I can list more examples.
As I understand, enlightenment is not freedom from Karma. You still have to suffer even if you attained enlightenment.
As I understand enlightenment is a well developed mental state where you don't have lobha, dosa, moha (Three Fires: greed, hatred and delusion. http://www.buddhanet.net/budsas/ebud/ebdha102.htm
Enlightenment is freedom from accumulating more bad kamma, not freedom from Karma.