What Is Karma and How Does It Work? Part 1

Posted: 05/08/2022 by vequinox in Literature

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The term “karma” is often used with great casualness, with little understanding of its profundity. People dismissively say “it’s my karma,” suggesting that their destiny or fate is merely the luck or bad fortune of the draw. This use of the term suggests a lack of personal power or responsibility for being at both the cause and the effect of what occurs in one’s life. Using the phrase “it’s my karma” suggests victimhood, and karma is anything but victimhood.

Here is what karma is

  • Karma never implies judgement, punishment or reward. The word “karma” is Sanskrit for “action” and it refers to the law of actions and their effects. Karma is a neutral law of the universe, like gravity; it is never suggestive of any kind of punishment or reward.
  • There is no “instant karma”. Most of the events of this life have their origination in actions we created in…

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