What is Karma?

What is Karma?

We’ve all heard of Karma: what goes around, comes around. Some people may believe in karma and some may disagree, all depending on one’s personal experience. You may be asking what exactly is karma? It’s the process of determining your own karma based upon your actions, reactions, and thoughts. A great example is a bank account, it can have a positive or negative balance. If you are a person who keeps their promises and treats others with respect, compassion, and kindness, the world may just come back to you with a little bit of positivity and love. On the contrary, if you tend to treat others with judgment, disrespect or hate, your karma “bank account” is more likely to be negative.

“Contrary to popular misconception, karma has nothing to do with punishment and reward. It exists as part of our holographic universe’s binary or dualistic operating system only to teach us responsibility for our creations-and all things we experience are our creations.” – Sol Luckman

Try looking at karma from a different point of view. For example, when we focus and give to others, we get back three times greater! This can be true in careers, relationships or our personal lives. If you think your life is endlessly being attacked by negative energy, the best decision is to cut them out of your sacred circle. Once they are no longer around to affect your world, you are no longer at risk for any negative contamination. You are able to heal and the universe will then reward you for being the bigger person. Energy works in two ways: if it feels inviting and warm, it attracts other positive energy. On the other hand, if the energy feels bad or uninviting, it will attract negative energy. At the end of the day, karma simply does not care why you did what you did despite your emotions. Always think thoroughly before making a decision that can have a changing effect on someone in your life.

“As she has planted, so does she harvest; such is the field of karma.” – Sri Guru Granth Sahib

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