Karma: The Law of the Cosmos
“Ever action has its own equal and opposite reaction.” This is Newton’s Third Law of Motion. Wikipedia gave a brief explanation about the third law which states:
“When one body exerts a force on a second body, the second body simultaneously exerts a force equal in magnitude and opposite in direction on the first body.”
Now, this is how science looks upon the universe.
Karma, on the other hand, works similarly like Newton’s Third Law except for some differences, which we will be discussing today. So come and follow me as we dig deeper into the meaning and essence of karma,as well as its effects on all things of creation.
Karma is the universal law that maintains balance of all things. The Creator made karma as a means to seek “harmony” on all creations.
One thing you need to know about karma is, it’s neither good nor bad. Instead, it’s always neutral. It’s our guiding light towards transcendence, our universal teacher, and the universal equalizer.
It’s also important to note that karma, through thoughts and deeds, may be lessenedor amplified, but it can never be avoided. It’s fueled by divine force from the Creator. Our karma reflects the actions, thoughts, ideas, and deeds, that we create. It’s like a magical mirror that shows us the reality of who we are, inside and out.
Karma as a Universal Teacher
Karma teaches us right from wrong. It gives us knowledge about the consequences of our actions, both good and bad. Without karma, we would never learn from our experiences. We would never grow, and we would never aspire to be better. Karma carries the will of the Divine Creator and is a great reminder of this message to all of us – To always seek the path towards righteousness.
You can never talk about karma without also talking about reincarnation. These two terms are inseparable in the sense that the both of them go hand-in-hand.
Reincarnation is the process of death and rebirth all souls undertake in order to reach transcendence. Basically, our souls need to evolve into a ‘higher being’ in order to return to the Astral World and become one with the Divine Creator. In order for this ascension to happen, our souls need to go through numerous earthly experiences, which is made possible through reincarnation.
Karma as a Guiding Light
Karma is a learning process. It teaches us the good and bad. Thus, through reincarnation and karma, ‘soul perfection’ is made possible.
Our souls may undergo numerous reincarnations in order for transcendence to happen. Each person's individual transcendence depends on how ‘evolved’ their souls are and how much they’ve learned while living on earth.
As you accumulate earthly experiences, you also accumulate karma in the process. With this notion, karma becomes your light that guides you to the path of soul perfection. It reminds you of the consequences of deeds deeds, and rewards you for the good ones.
Karma keeps you from going astray on the path of ascension.
Although karma may seem harsh and cruel at times, always remember that you’re never given challenges which you cannot handle. The greater the test, the stronger you get, and the better you shall become.
The Boomerang Effect
The boomerang effect is synonymously equivalent to the Bible’s quote:
“As ye you sow so shall ye reap”
Basically, the Boomerang Effect teaches that whatever you mentally throw outwards, will come back to you in some point in time.
Actions, thoughts, ideas and deeds that you create all have their corresponding vibrations, which shall return to you in the future. The Boomerang Effect is how karma works.
Also, it affects all things in the cosmos. Everything created will experience karma as long as he or she conceives and creates thoughts, ideas, actions or deeds.
Karma as the Great Equalizer
There is nothing that’s above karma. It has the divine power of universal equalization at work. Karma maintains the balance and harmony of all creations, including the cosmos as a whole.
All things, big and small, are affected by karma.
Let’s take life for example.
If a person thinks and acts negatively towards their work, chances are, they will suffer the consequence of expulsion. Or if a person doesn’t value their love relationship then a breakup will become imminent. But when a person strives hard towards their dreams, then success will eventually come to them.
As you can see, your life depends on the thoughts you conceive and the actions you make. Simple things can create a huge impact on your life because karma moves in mysterious ways.
Sometimes karma teaches you lessons almost instantly, sometimes karma may not affect you in this current lifetime, but in the next one. But you can always be sure that you’ll experience both its consequences, rewards, and life lessons.
Things to Remember About Karma
Karma can accumulate from one lifetime to another. It can affect people in varying magnitudes, depending on how much they needed the lessons it has to share.
Karma can be lessened or amplified depending on the person’s subsequent actions and deeds that were created. It’s important to note that karma may not affect a person instantly, so in between the time before it can bounces back, the person can improve its effects by doing positive things in life.
Sincere thoughts and deeds will merit positive results in return. Aspire to do good and good things will eventually follow to you.
There are two ways which karma is ‘burned off’ quickly.
First is by the burning off of karma is the process by which you experience your karma, sometimes quicker than it should be. This can come in the form of reincarnating to a life filled with turmoil and hardships, because the greater the challenge, the faster your karma is burned off in the process. This process is mostly involuntary as it’s the person’s soul’s subconscious that chooses what life they’re going to live in their next reincarnation.
The other way karma is burned off quickly is by chanting mantras, which are ancient words, and they will help you burn your karma faster and easier, and they also lessen the consequences of karma as well.
Karma doesn’t exist to punish us; instead, it’s here to teach us lessons so we can lead a life of balance and harmony. The purpose of karma is for us to seek balance within ourselves, and strive to conceive and do good things in life.
Karma was thought into consciousness and created the moment the universe came into being. The Divine assigned karma as the universal law to maintain balance and harmony on all creation. This is why we should view karma as our divine teacher, giving us insights about life and the cosmos.
So what karma are you experiencing in your life so far? Let me know in the comments section below!
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