Karma may have first appeared in the Buddhist and Vedic texts thousands of years ago, but that does not mean that karma was merely invented by mortal men. Like the law of attraction, karma is one of the most primal forces and laws of the Universe.
It is not imagined nor is it just a philosophical lesson. Karma is as real as the sun and the moon and as powerful as the fierce forces of nature. Karma represents the Universe’s hand in the affairs of man.
It is also the shining portal where abundant gifts from the Universe can pass through and reach the deserving ones who walk the Earth. For the longest time, modern has thought of karma in terms of curses and misfortune.
When there is an accident, someone might say “that is just bad karma”. When a student fails his exam, a teacher might think along the lines of “that is karma at work”. In short, modern man only knows karma as this horrible bringer of misfortune, destruction and sometimes even death.
The truth is that karma operates like other natural forces in the Universe, like the Law of Attraction or gravity.
Karma doesn’t pick out people to bless or curse. It doesn’t behave like a person would, having biases and what not.
This was probably my biggest mistake a long time ago when I first encountered the concept of karma in my studies. For the longest time I had thought that karma was just this random concept that didn’t have any real effect on my life. I had ignored it, never really thinking of how it could have helped me… Read more…
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