Can you remember that one time, your heart melt with kindness you offered to help someone in need?
Also, can you remember a time, when your heart was pounding with anger and you uttered bitter words, that you shouldn’t have.
My dear friends, in this cycle of life, all of us have good and bad in us. Also, there is good and bad in everything we do, talk and think.
So today I am going to talk about the concept of Karma, that involve with good and bad actions.
Karma is a belief that intentional actions have consequences. These consequences will come back to affect the person who performed those actions. We say it’s good karma if we do something with good thoughts like kindness, sympathy and love. If we do anything with bad thoughts like anger, jealousy and hatred, those becomes bad Karma. If we do good, good will follow. Similarly, if we do bad, bad will follow. In simple terms what goes around, comes around.
The Karma concept is ancient and taught in many religions. Buddhism and Hinduism provides in-depth information of Karma and how it affects to the life and rebirth of the individuals. It’s believed that the Karma can be so powerful it can impact not just one life but also the fate of the next.
It’s an Energy
When it comes to karma the big question is how does Karma work. In simple terms karma operates on the principle of cause and effect. In that case, Karma can be identified as a source of energy like the wind. We cannot see the wind, but we know it exists and we know how powerful it’s.
The Wind, one time can be so smooth and comfortable while the other time, can be ruthless and wild. Similar to the wind Karma is a form of energy that has the power to impact certain aspects of our lives. If we do good Karma the impact is smooth and comfortable. If we do bad karma the impact is ruthless and wild.
If you do good and help others, the help will come to comfort you when needed. If you do bad and make other people’s lives miserable the ruthless misfortune will follow you. Remember, what goes around comes around.