Sunday, 9 April 2017


Karma term literally means “action,” but in this context it denotes the moral, psychological spiritual and physical causal consequences of morally significant past choices, it likely is not a necessary condition either. I think it is a nice way of looking at karma and how it works.
Most people view Karma as a punishment. The phrase, “karma is a b$&@!” comes quickly to mind, karma as the spiritual equivalent of Newton’s Law of Motion. “For every action there is an equal but opposite reaction.”
karma is not meant to be a punishment. It is present for the sake of education. How else is someone to learn how to be a good person if they are never taught that harmful action is wrong. A person only suffers if they have created the conditions for suffering.
Whatever one puts out into the Universe will come back to them.
Surround yourself with what you want to have in your life and be yourself.
If all one sees is an enemy or a negative character trait, then they are not and cannot be focused on a higher level of existence.
When we change who and what we are within our hearts, our lives follow suit and change too.
We mirror what surrounds us, and what surrounds us mirrors us; this is a Universal Truth.
Past, Present, and Future are all connected.
One cannot think of two things at the same time.
Here is where one puts what they CLAIM to have learned into PRACTICE.
One cannot be in the here and now if they are looking backward to examine what was or forward to worry about the future.
History repeats itself until we learn the lessons that we need to change our path.
Rewards of lasting value require patient and persistent toil.
Karma is a lifestyle that promotes positive thinking and actions. It also employs self-reflection to fix the problems in one’s life.

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