KARMA

This list has been around so long it’s practically a meme. Nonetheless, it doesn’t mean it’s not true or valuable.


THE FIRST LAW OF KARMA – THE GREAT LAW

Known as the Law of Cause and Effect, this law basically says you get what you give. In other words, if you project positivity and happiness to others. Then, in turn, you will receive the same.

THE SECOND LAW OF KARMA – CREATION

Things, both good and bad, don’t just happen. Therefore, create the good and positive things you want to see in your life.

THE THIRD LAW OF KARMA – HUMILITY

Be accepting of the good and bad in your life. Do not dwell on the bad, otherwise those negative feelings associated with it will remain with you.

THE FOURTH LAW OF KARMA – GROWTH

Understand we only have control over ourselves. We cannot change our surroundings, be it people or our environment. We can, however, change who we are in our hearts and minds.

THE FIFTH LAW OF KARMA – RESPONSIBILITY

If something feels wrong, most times the conflict is within ourselves. We represent what is around us, and what is around us mirrors us. Therefore, we must take responsibility for the things in our lives.

THE SIXTH LAW – CONNECTION

Everything in the universe is connected. Even if something seems insignificant, it must be completed as its completion will lay the foundation for the next step in life. Each phase of a project in our lives is equally important as the one before or after it.

THE SEVENTH LAW – FOCUS

One can not truly focus on more than one task at a time. Attempting to do so will open the door to negativity; therefore, staying focused on one thing at a time will bring us peace.

THE EIGHTH LAW – HERE AND NOW

Dwelling on our past prevents us from truly living today and from achieving new personal growth.

THE NINTH LAW – CHANGE

We are destined to repeat history until we learn the lessons needed to change our paths in life.

THE TENTH LAW – PATIENCE AND REWARD

All rewards in life come at a price. True peace and happiness come from doing what we are supposed to do and patiently waiting for the reward as it will come to us when the time is right.

Karma is a lifestyle that promotes positive thinking and actions.

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. Namaste.