Have you ever used the term “Karma will get you” or “Karma’s a BI*$@”?
Well, I’m sure we have all used them. But do you really believe in Karma or know what it is?
I find this is the biggest problem. People hear the good old traditions from others using different terminologies and have no clue what they mean or how powerful the words outcome can be.
So what does Karma mean to you? And how have you used it in a sentence?
Karma is the law of moral causation. Another way to look at it is the law of cause and effect.
It is the principal of intent and actions of an individual’s influence for a future outcome.
Good actions and deeds that you strive for and put forth into the universe will have good end results. Therefore, good Karma.
Now if your intent is set forth in the universe with bad deeds and suffering and dark thoughts then that’s what you should expect back from Karma.
With all that being said, this is where results can be noticed from our past actions and present doings. We do however have the choice to change our patterns and habits. But that’s not to say something from the past will not still show up in the future. If it does show up, you need to ask yourself how are you going to handle it and deal with it. This does give us the strength to rise above, to hopefully have a more positive outcome. Or see it in a different light.
To sum it all up; we create our own Karma: our own cause and effect. Karma is neither fate nor imposed upon us by someone else or some mysterious power. It is one’s own doing reacting on oneself and as mentioned above you have the possibility to divert the course of Karma to some extent. It all depends on you.
So how will you write your Karma story?
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