What is Karma and how does it apply to your life?

Karma is defined by Marian Dictionary (2018), as destiny or fate, following as effect from a cause; the force created by a person’s actions that some people believe causes good or bad things to happen to that person (Marian Dictionary, 2018).

In Buddhism karma is considered an action, not a result, it is also considered that karma is not a fate but an energy of willfulness. It is a willful action brought on through thoughts and words.

Do you understand how karma applies to your life yet?

It applies because what goes around comes around! I believe that when you put out bad energy you get bad energy, and if you give out positive energy you will get positive energy in return.

Karma is something that comes back around. Karma happens all the time we just focus on the bad aspect of it.

Some know karma as you reap what you sow.  I have been taught that karma comes through many forms and is brought on by a person’s actions. If you do bad things then bad things will happen to you. If you do good things then good things will happen to you.

Your actions dictate what your karma will be. And if you think about it, your thoughts do as well. What we think about we project in our conversations. Our thoughts and conversations become our actions.

I encourage you to remain positive in every situation.  Understand the type of energy you produce. Remember you were born for a purpose. It is up to you to find that purpose and to focus on it!

Remain positive and trust that you will reap positive things.



“I’m a true believer in karma. You get what you give, whether it’s bad or good”

Sandra Bullock

“How people treat you is their karma; how you react is yours”

Wayne Dyer



Famous Quotes at BrainyQuote. (2018). Retrieved from https://www.brainyquote.com/

Merriam-webster.com. (2018). Dictionary by Merriam-Webster: America’s most-trusted online dictionary. [online] Available at: https://www.merriam-webster.com/ [Accessed 23 Nov. 2018].


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