”The Buddha’s View About Karma”.

OK!!!!But What is Karma?

Karma refers to the spiritual principle of cause and effect where intent and actions of an individual influence the future of that individual or it refers to action driven by intention which leads to future consequences.

Karma is the memory of our souls, which means it’s often long- standing even stemming from prior lives. Indeed, the course of our current life is mostly predetermined by earlier Lifetimes; what we didn’t finish then we come back to finish now.

What we didn’t ”make right” in our last life will persistently present itself in this one, like an uninvited guest who won’t leave. Unpleasant situations are the consequences of lingering karma, which can always be reversed and resolved. acknowledge these properties of past karma that still affect you, in order to erase the energy carried over from former lifetimes.

WITHOUT EVEN KNOWING IT, YOU MAY BE EXPERIENCING KARMA THAT ORIGINATED SEVERAL LIFETIME AGO.

Karma has no Expiry Date:-

Karma is the luggage your soul carries on its trip from life-to-life. Unfortunately, unlike luggage at the airport, this particular baggage never gets lost, which means you’re stuck with it until you open it up and sort through its ancient contents. Without even knowing it, you may be experiencing karma that originated several lifetimes ago. But when you do dig through your Karmic suitcase, then finally, you can confront your outstanding karma and lighten your energetic load.

No Person in your life-From your mother to your spouse to your mailman- It’s Just a Coincidence.Everyone is placed into your life strategically for a reason. While you have the free your best efforts. Acknowledge the role of each person in your life. Why are they there? What have they come to teach you and vice versa? What is the Karma’s you’re mean to experience with this person? The sooner you acknowledge the truth of the karma you share with someone( whether it’s good or bad), the sooner you can settle it.

At Last Whatever You Have Done, You Become-Thanks to the media, we often think karma as ”what goes around comes around”. But the reality of karma is more expensive than just being ”Punished” for our bad deeds- there exists positive karma, just as much as negative karma. If you stole, others will steal from you in following lives. If you nourished, you will be nourished. Your actions throughout your various lifetimes become the circumstances of your being.

Roles often reverse- One of the most fascinating facts about karma is that it often causes us to reincarnate in a reversed manner. This means that your parent may have actually been your child in a former life. Then before reincarnating in this lifetime, the souls agreed on the take on the opposite act. Souls switch genders, too. Positions shift throughout lifetimes based on karmic need; whatever dynamic is needed to repair or heal karma will be manifested through changing roles in our cycle of lives on earth. The people you know now may have had a very different impact on your previous lives!!.

Karma Repeats To Produce New Results: There’s a greater reason that karma repeats itself, and it’s not to cause you pain; It’s to teach you o take different actions for different results. If you’re attracting the same type of partners into your life over and over again, it’s time to stop and inspect your choices; Why Do Similar People keep coming in? What should you be doing differently?

This calls for honest introspection and evaluation of your own faults and weaknesses, which is admittedly hard to do. Don’t be afraid to look within. Recognize what must be changed inside of you so as to change what’s outside of you. Then, you can modify your behavior to end karmic patterns and progress in your potential.

Past-life karma is resoundingly present in your current life. Muster up the courage to open your karmic suitcase and rid yourself of its wanted contents today; this acts alone will change your destiny for lifetimes to come.

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21 thoughts on “”The Buddha’s View About Karma”.

  1. This sounds like what the psychological astrologer Liz Greene calls the ‘ding dong’ theory – as she puts it one was nice or naughty in past life and hence rewarded or punished in this one – she finds it too simplistic and misleading – and I would urge you not to lead readers to believe that it is – it might well be that what goes around comes around (I believe that it does) but certainly not as you might ‘expect’ – there’s always a danger when trying to overlay eastern spiritual beliefs onto western mentality- not the least because of the different focus on the importance of ego – I’m sure you know this but your readers probably don’t and so they go away with an ‘adorable ‘ view of karma🤔

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    1. We are living in 21st century where I agree we have to think in modernist way, but I think we should have believe in nature law…no misleading ..its my thought what I have understood

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  2. it’s a beautiful write up on karma…..and very true indeed…….unlike other religions and philosophies, in Buddhism karma and it’s results can be seen multiple times during the same day and we are reborn several reincarnations throughout the day……..:)

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