Laws of Karma Part 2


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 5
The Law of Responsibility – Whenever there is some thing wrong, there is something wrong in me. We mirror what surrounds us and what surrounds us mirrors us : we must take responsibility for what is on our lives.

Law 6
The Law of Connection – Even if something we do seems inconsequential, it is very important that it gets done as everything in the Universe is connected. Each step leads to the next step and so forth and so on. Someone must do the initial work to get a job done. Neither the first step nor the last step are of greater significance, they were both needed to accomplish the task. Past, present, future they are all connected.

Law 7
The Law of Focus –You can’t think of two things at the same time. You should climb up a ladder one step at a time. When you lose your focus you let in insecurities and anger.

Law 8
The Law of Giving and Hospitality – If you believe something to be true, then sometime in your life you will be called upon to demonstrate that truth. Here is where we put what we SAY that we have learned into practice.

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. Come back tomorrow for more inspiration on Karma.

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10 Comments Add yours

    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing


  1. Haley Nicole says:

    Thanks for sharing!

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    1. GS says:

      The idea of Karma first appears in the oldest Hindu text the Rigveda (before c. 1500 BCE) with a limited meaning of ritual action which it continues to hold in the early ritual dominant scriptures until its philosophical scope is extended in the later Upanishads (c. 800-300 BCE).

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  2. KarlyLou says:

    I’ve heard of karma but didn’t know there were so many layers to this. I love the law of responsibility

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    1. GS says:

      “What goes around comes around” or “as you sow, so shall you reap” is the basic understanding of how karma, the law of cause and effect, works. The word karma literally means “activity.” Karma can be divided up into a few simple categories — good, bad, individual and collective.

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      1. KarlyLou says:

        Wow this is getting complicated lol. I will read more about karma

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      2. GS says:

        Hahah cool

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