Dear Abundance seekers,
What is Karma?
Karma, in Sanskrit means an action, work, or deed, and its effect or consequences. In Indian religions, the term more specifically refers to a principle of cause and effect, often descriptively called the principle of karma, wherein intent and actions of an individual (cause) influence the future of that individual (effect):Good intent and good deeds contribute to good karma and happier rebirths, while bad intent and bad deeds contribute to bad karma and bad rebirths.
How is it managed? What is Karmic account?
“Karmic Accounts” (Balance Sheet of all physical & mental actions performed in this world).
Operations of Karmic Accounts are based on the Following mathematical formulae:
- Additions in karmic accounts (balance sheet) are the result of physical and economic help rendered to the needy one.
- Subtractions from karmic accounts are the results of causing physical and economic harms to others and nature.
- Multiplications in many folds in our karmic accounts are the results of mental and emotional support to all human beings and nature in the form of good wishes, prayers & blessings etc.
- Reductions in balance sheet by division are the results of ill will, negative & harmful actions on nature and human being and continuously vibrating negativities from mind in the form of irritation, indignation, anger, lust, selfishness, hatred, jealousy etc.
Mindful practice: Write about one challenging situation in your life each day of this week and what life lesson it has taught you over these years. Reflect on your actions and reactions then and understand how you could have responded to them now knowing the law of karma.
Ways to build good karma
Mindfully practicing the above does not guarantee you good karma, but will surely improve your quality of life by making your thoughts, words and actions pure. With this you are just one step away from seeking abundance and becoming a better version of yourself.
Stay tuned for the next and last blog on this series.
Happiness and sunshine