What is Karma? It is a Sanskrit term meaning “action”, “act”. Karma is equivalent to Newton’s law “At every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. When one thinks, speaks or acts, one creates a force that will react accordingly. This return of strength can be changed, changed or suspended, but most people will not be able to do it.
This law of cause and effect is not a punishment, but it is healthy for the well-being of education.
A person can not escape the consequences of his actions but will suffer only if he has himself met the conditions of his suffering.
To stop being scared and start being autonomous in the worlds of Karma and reincarnation here’s what you need to know about karmic laws:
The 12 Laws of Karma
1. The great law
“You reap what you sow. This is also known as the “law of cause and effect.” Everything we emit in the Universe comes back to us. If what we want is happiness, peace, love, friendship… Then we must BE happy, peaceful, loving and a true friend.
2. The law of creation.
Life does not just happen, it needs our participation. We are one with the Universe, both inside and out. BE yourself, and surround yourself with what you want to have in your present life.
3. The law of humility.
What you refuse to accept will continue to catch up with you. If what we see is an enemy or someone who has a character trait that we consider negative, then we do not focus ourselves on a higher level of existence.
4. The law of growth.
” You are where you want to go. For us to GROW, means that we must change, not the people, places or things around us. The only thing we are given in life is OURSELVES, and that’s the only factor we control.
We change the person that we are in our heart, our life follows the movement and changes.
5. The law of responsibility.
Whenever there is something bad in my life, there is something wrong with me. We are the mirror of what surrounds us, it is a universal truth. We must take responsibility for what is in our lives.
6. The connection law.
Even if one thing we do seems inconsequential, it is very important that everything is done like everything connected to the Universe. Each step leads to the next step, and so on.
Someone has to do the initial work to do a job. The first and last step have the same importance. Because they were both necessary to accomplish the task. The past, the present and the future are all connected…
7. The concentration law.
You can not think of two things at the same time. When we focus on spiritual values, it is impossible for us to think of greed or anger.
8. The law of donation and hospitality.
If you believe that something is true, then during your life you will be called to demonstrate that particular truth. This is where we put what we pretend to have learned, in PRACTICE.
9. The law of here and now.
Looking back to see what we were, prevents us from being totally in the HERE AND NOW. Old thoughts, old habits of behavior, old dreams… prevent us from having new ones.
10. The law of change.
History repeats itself until we retain the lessons we need to change our journey.
11. The law of patience and reward.
All rewards require a starting point. Lasting rewards require patience and persistence. True joy follows in doing what we are supposed to do and waiting for the reward to come afterward.
12. The law of value and inspiration.
You recover something no matter what you put. The true value of something is a direct consequence of the energy and intent that is put into it. Each personal contribution also contributes to the whole. The absence of contribution has no impact on the whole. Generous contributions bring life and inspiration.