Laws of Karma Part 3

What is Karma? Karma is the Sanskrit word for action. It is equivalent to Newton’s law of ‘every action must have a reaction’. When we think, speak or act we initiate a force that will react accordingly. This returning force maybe modified, changed or suspended, but most people will not be able eradicate it. This law of cause and effect is not punishment, but is wholly for the sake of education or learning.

To stop being afraid and to start being empowered in the worlds of karma and reincarnation, here is what you need to know about karmic laws.

Law 9
The Law of Here and Now
– Looking back to examine what has prevented us from being totally in the here and now. Old thoughts, old patterns of behaviour, old dreams, prevent is from having new ones.

Law 10
The Law of Change
– History repeats itself until we learn the lessons that we need to change our path.

Law 11
The Law of Patience and Reward
– All Rewards require initial toil. Rewards of lasting value require patient and persistent toil. True joy follows doing what we’re suppose to be doing, and waiting for the reward to come in it’s own time.

Law 12
The Law of Significance and Inspiration
– You get back from something whatever you’ve put into it. The value of something is a direct result of the energy and intent that is put into it. Every personal contribution is also a contribution to the Whole. Lack lustre contributions have no impact on the Whole or work to diminish it.

As this chain of Karma is beginningless & endless the soul entity which is the source of all thoughts & ac­tions is therefore,beginningless & endless.It existed before the present birth. The results of the previous actions, each indi­vidual soul is reaping now & at the same time sowing the seeds of future results by performing good & in bad deeds.

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9 Comments Add yours

  1. The law of change great made me realize I need more than one wife(polygamy) thanks Better safe up for lobola

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    1. GS says:

      Glad you liked the post. The factor that governs the process of rebirth is called karma. The word “karma” means volitional actions — deeds springing from intention. Such intention may remain purely internal or may be expressed through body or speech. According to the Buddha, all karma has the capacity to produce results, or fruits.

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      1. I’ve been thinking karma is sort of a living spirit 🙈

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      2. GS says:

        Haha well Karna is a lot of things you see. It has different meanings in different religions.

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      3. GS says:

        😬No need to worry though

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for the reblog

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