What Does Karma Mean?
Karma means a lot of things to a lot of different people. In it’s literal interpretation it means: ‘action, work or deed.” But what else does Karma mean? On a spiritual level it’s: ’cause and effect.’ Good intent and good deeds will create good karma, and future happiness. The same way bad intent and bad deeds create bad karma and future suffering. It some way it has a lot to do with rebirth. Karma in the present, affects one’s future in the current life, as well as the nature and quality of future lives.
Does Karma Mean Suffering?
Not every school of Karma believes that past life action and deeds translate into your Karma in your present life. But the basic principle is the same. If you do or think bad stuff, that karma will catch up to you, if not in future lives, in this life. But Karma is complex, and it’s difficult to arrive at a definition because of the diversity of views among the schools. One thing is true: your Karma will catch up to you, whether bad or good.
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Does Karma Mean Happiness?
The same goes with good deeds, actions, thoughts or intent. The same cause and effect works for the good stuff. Think positively, do good deeds, and this Karma too will catch up to you and do good onto you.
Can I Create My Own Karma?
So obviously we want to do and think good things, right? But this is not always easy to do, when we are caught in the negative Karma spiral. This is when the bad stuff we have done, outweighs the good stuff. And suddenly we think that we are cursed with bad luck, and all we can do is look for more of it, reaffirming our belief that life is a struggle of unfortunate events. But it doesn’t have to be!
The good news it that karma also means it can be changed at any time. Just by consciously doing and thinking good, right now, can change the kind of karma you will receive in the future. My tip: Click now and take this FREE online Karma course: How To Create Karma You Love
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