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HOW DO YOU ENVISION KARMA?

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Karma is an interesting word. It’s meaning is: the sum of a person’s actions in this and previous states of existence, viewed as deciding their fate in future existences. It is founded within Buddism, where there are varying states of reincarnation.

For those of us who are not Buddist, we have taken this word to mean that whatever a person does will come back to them. It may in fact do that, but not in the same lifetime. Many times I have heard people say that Karma is a B#%%H, when they see someone doing bad things. The emotion behind this comment comes on the heels of an injury whether physical or emotional.

But what we have to remember is that KARMA cannot be wished upon someone else. That person whom we wish to see go down the tubes, may do so but not as a direct result of our wanting it to happen. Karma as it is only occurs in it’s own time and according to the actions of the person THEMSELVES.

Regardless of how much you want that woman/man who cut you off on the freeway to get into an accident, only their actions will determine whether or not that will actually happen. If you think about it this actually explains a lot of things. Why some people can have multiple accidents under the influence before they get arrested. while others have a little too much just once and get incarcerated.

Their action while under the influence determined their KARMA. This is not to say that KARMA never catches up, because it always does. But the person themselves must be the one to change their KARMA. It can be done just as one breaks free from the chains of oppression. Those behaviors that result in our personal incarceration, can keep us attached to a place we do not want to be.

Until we recognize the key to our freedom we will remain chained to an existence of misery and self torture. One that is littered with questions as to our inability to progress from where we are. Our Karma in this state is to remain stagnant. It may take a leap of FAITH to change our status, but it can be done.

One thought and action at a time. That is all it takes to create a change. What then do you envision your KARMA to be?

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