The Laws of Karma and how it can change your life


Karma is the Sanskrit word for action. You can think of it as the spiritual equivalent of Newton’s Law of Motion. “For every action there is an equal but opposite reaction.”

Basically, when we exhibit a negative force in thought, word, or action, that negative energy will come back to us.

But, it’s not meant to be a punishment, rather one of life’s lessons.

These little known laws of karma are something everyone should know as they will transform your life.

Focus on your goals – Stay focused on your goals, always trying to be the best you can be and remember that failure will always be an aspect of trying to achieve something. Consider failures to be a lesson that can help you improve.

Stay connected to the present moment – Stop dwelling on the past and thinking so much about the future – doing either means you’re never truly living in the present.

Stay connected and bring good karma into the world by living each and every day to your greatest potential.

Remember the Great Law – Keep in mind this phrase, “As you sow, so shall you reap.”

If what we want is happiness, peace, love, and friendship, then we should BE happy, peaceful, loving and a true friend. Whatever we put out in the Universe is what comes back to us.

Responsibility – Whenever there is something wrong in your life, take responsibility for it. You mirror what surrounds you, and what surrounds you mirrors you. This is a Universal Truth.

Learn humility – Humility is also one of the greatest ways you can achieve good karma in your life. It means being able to laugh at yourself, because if you can’t you won’t be able to take criticism, and therefore will never learn valuable lessons. Failures are lessons for us to learn from as mentioned previously.

Be patient – Be patient with yourself, and the world, even, and perhaps especially when, things aren’t going the way you hoped.

People tend to quickly become impatient when it comes to the things they want, but there’s an old saying that goes “All good things come to those who wait.”



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