How to create our own good karma
When a bird is alive, it eats ants. When the bird dead, ants eat the bird. One tree makes a million matchsticks. Only one match stick needed to burn a million trees. Time and circumstance can change at any moment. Do not devalue or hurt anyone in life. You may be powerful this time, but remember: Time is more powerful than you. So be good and do good.
The word Karma comes from the ‘sharmana’ tradition, the ancient religious movement in india from which Buddhism derived. The term literally means ‘doing’ or ‘action’, and in Buddhism means that the moral quality of one’s actions in one lift, affects the quality of their rebirth into their next.
Karma is no longer limited to religion, however, and is now a popular concept recognised by many different people and cultures. Most people have a favourite quote or saying about Karma, such as ‘what goes around comes around’, or ‘treat others how you wish to be treated’. In modern Western culture, Karma is seen less as a concept of causation and more of a supernatural force.
Essentially though, Karma is the law of moral causation, meaning that you get what you give; the energy you put out into the world, is what you get back. People tend to see Karma as a bad thing, focusing more on the negative consequences of negative actions, and using the concept as an excuse to get revenge on those who have wronged them. However, Karma is about balance, and is equally about positive and negative consequences. It is much more productive to focus on good Karma, and the positive consequences of good behaviour.
“How people treat you is their karma; how you react is yours.”
â€• Wayne W. Dyer
We create our own Karma; whatever we send out into the world, we receive back. Here are some simple ways you can create positive karma for yourself, whilst making the world a much happier place.
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