12 Laws of Karma that Will Change Your Life

“Karma is the law of cause and effect – an unbreakable law of the cosmos. Your actions create your future. The reason your fate is never sealed is that you have free will. Therefore your future cannot already be written. That would not be fair. Life gives you chances. This is one of them.” – The Tree of Awakening

Karma is a kind of abstract concept to many of us. There is a lot of unnecessary, confusing information on this non-religious topic. This will be a help to help solidify the concept of karma. To do so, we need a quick example in need.

think that we are all willing to go around and aid people in any way we see fit – putting coins in expired parking meters, holding doors open for everyone, giving money to a homeless person, buying someone’s food, coffee or tea, etc.

There are two questions: What is the feasibility that the person we’ve helped will alternate, or “pay it forward”? What’s the feasibility that this action created a positive source of energy?

This is a basic example of everyday karma. There’s also negative karma as well. According to Gandhi, “A man is but the product of his thoughts. What he thinks, he becomes.”

Now we’ve established a basic understanding of karma, let’s take a look at 12 of Karma’s laws that can change your life.

The Great Law: “As You Sow, So Shall You Reap.”

The best explanation of Great Law is our every thought and action has consequences, good or bad. We must be willing to act accordingly if we desire peace, love, harmony, prosperity etc.

This is also known as the “Law of Cause and Effect.” Also, energy thought and action that we put out into the world has a consequence, immediate or not.

The Law of Creation: “What We Desire Comes Through Participation.”

The life we see around us was created by an individual’s intentions. As we are one with the Universe, our purpose determines the evolution of creation. It’s our responsibility to ensure these surroundings are conducive to our desires as what we surround ourselves with becomes part of us.  

The Law of Humility: “Refusal to Accept What is Will Still be What is.”

Acceptance is a near-universal virtue in many belief patterns. First of all, we must accept the present situation in order to alter them.

We’re committing to a zero-sum result in focusing on the negative instead of making changes to address the negative.

The Law of Growth: “Our Own Growth is Above Any Circumstance.”

The only thing that is under our control is we. The subsequent action of motivation will crop either positive or negative circumstances in our lives.

True change can happen only if we can make a commitment to change what is in our heart.

The Law of Responsibility: “Our Lives Are of Our Own Doing, Nothing Else.”

When there’s turbulence in our lives, there’s often turbulence internally. If we want to change our life, we must change our frame of mind and environment.

The Law of Connection: “Everything in The Universe is Connected, Both Large and Small.”

Our present, past and future are connected. If we want something different, we must put in the work to change these connections.

All steps are important when accomplishing a task.

The Law of Focus: “One Cannot Direct Attention Beyond a Single Task.”

According to our spiritual growth, we cannot expect to grow spiritually when we have negative thoughts and actions. We must pay full attention to achieve the desired goal.

The Law of Hospitality and Giving: “Demonstrating Our Selfishness Shows True Intentions.”

What we believe must manifest in our actions. Selflessness is a virtue only if we’re accommodating something rather than ourselves.

True spiritual growth is nearly impossible without a selfless nature.

The Law of Change: “History Repeats Itself Unless Changed.”

The only method of influencing the past is to change the conscious commitment. History will continue along an unconstructive way until positive energies direct it somewhere else.

The Law of Here And Now: “The Present is All We Have.”

By looking back regretfully and forward pointlessly robs oneself of a present situation. Old thought and behavior patterns negate the present opportunity to advance ourselves.

The Law of Patience And Reward: “Nothing of Value is Created Without a Patient Mindset.”

Toiling away cannot be evaded through wishful thinking. Our rewards are achieved only through patience and persistence and nothing else.

Also, rewards are not the final result. Lasting joy can gain from the knowledge of doing what’s need in the rightful anticipation of a reward that is well-earned.

The Law of Significance And Inspiration: “The Best Reward is One That Contributes to The World.”

The final result will be of little value if it leaves little or nothing behind.

Energy and intentions are major contents that determine the significance of a final result. Ideally, love and passion co-ordinate the motives of one that determine to leave a lasting impression on the Whole.

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