karma /ˈkɑːmə,ˈkəːmə/ Learn to pronounce noun (in Hinduism and Buddhism) the sum of a person's actions in this and previous states of existence, viewed as deciding their fate in future existences. INFORMAL good or bad luck, viewed as resulting from one's actions.
Good Morning beautiful people, you read about the 12 universal laws, thank you all for your feedback, I am so pleased we can all learn and grow together, seeing you win means so much to me.
Today I would like to talk about the 12 laws of Karma. These 12 laws of KARMA are always at play in your life, whether you realise it or not.
Karma also refers to the spiritual principle of cause and effect which states that an action is always accompanied by its consequences.
Result of a deed is inherent in the deed itself. No one can escape the effects of his actions.This makes me so happy,another reason why I watch some peoples action, smile and wave.
The great law
Also known as the law of cause and effect, the great law is what comes to mind for many people when consider what karma means. It states that whatever thoughts or energy we put out, we get back—good or bad. “It’s like sowing and reaping,” e.g “If you plant love and kindness, you shall get that in return.”
2. The law of creation
The law of creation is all about—you guessed it—creating. You don’t just wait for good things to magically happen in your life; you have to actively go out there and make things using your talents, gifts, and abilities to bless the world,” constantly creating something, not just for the benefit of yourself but also for the benefit of others.So, the power to create your ideality lies within you.
3. The law of humility
In order to change something in your life, you first have to accept what currently exists. That is the premise of the law of humility.
So know that no matter where you start, if you’re able to own your story and the facets of it that are completely out of your control, you can also own the path for what’s next.
A happy, healthy, successful future is yours for the taking.
4. The law of growth
As its name suggests, the universal law of growth is about expansion, namely within ourselves, as we grow, change, and evolve internally, our external reality will change and grow as a result. This is where personal development and reading self-help and spiritual books can come into play. And the growth never ends—there’s always new things to learn, shift, and heal.
5. The law of responsibility
The law of responsibility is about taking ownership for everything that happens in our lives, including the not-so-good stuff. “We are responsible for how we choose to live our lives—not anyone else,We are responsible for how we show up in the world, how we allow others to treat us, and how we treat other people. In order to put this law into action, take responsibility for the part you play in every situation you have.
6. The law of connection
The law of connection states that everything and every person is connected in some way. The past you, the present you, and the future you may seem entirely different, they are all still you. Everything you’ve experienced has led to the next thing and the next thing and the next thing. It’s all linked up. And we’re connected to other people, too. As we help, teach, love, honor, and respect ourselves, we do the same for others, The connection is always there. We just have to be observant and tune into it.
7. The law of force
Although some of us may claim to be pro multitaskers, the inclination to do everything at once often just slows us down. The law of force states that you cannot put your energy toward two things simultaneously. “When you focus on one thing at a time, you accomplish much more, and with better results.
8. The law of giving and hospitality
This law of karma is all about selflessness, being giving to others, and practicing what you preach. It’s about ensuring that you’re not simply saying and thinking good thoughts but that you also walk the walk and follow those beliefs with action.
9. The law of here and now
As you can likely guess, the law of here and now is all about being present. I read the book the power of now and learnt If we live in the here and now and are attuned to what we are doing, seeing, tasting, smelling, and feeling, we won’t be so disconnected when we are interacting with others, eating a meal, watching a movie, or just spending time by ourselves. You will notice that the energy is different, and the experience is more engaging and rewarding.
10. The law of change
If you’ve found yourself experiencing the same situation over and over again (maybe you’re attracting the same type of undesirable partner, for example), that is the law of change in action. It’s the universe’s way of nudging you to learn a lesson.
The pattern, will continue to repeat itself until you learn from the experience and do something differently in order to evolve into a better version of yourself. I definitely have learnt that not everything or everyone deserves a response or reaction from you.
11. The Law of Patience and Reward -
This karmic law essentially translates to “hard work pays off.” Consistent work, that is. It’s about showing up and doing the work and not giving up on your big goals, even when you don’t see any progress made toward them.
12. The law of significance and inspiration
The law of significance and inspiration tells us that we all have value to give. Our unique gifts are meant to be shared with the world and will make a positive impact. So no matter how seemingly small and unimportant our contribution to the world may seem, it is important. Tap into this karmic law whenever you need a boost of motivation. But remember, you only get back what you put into something.need a boost of motivation. But remember, you only get back what you put into something.
So be careful how you treat people. what you do to others has a funny way of cming back to you.
Karma never loses an address.
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