Karma means action.  It makes up one-third of the software of your soul.  Memories lead to desires which result in actions which leaves memories and the cycle repeats.  When you act you create a wave of energy.  Imagine it traveling outward and bouncing off a wall.  As you travel down the path of life the reflection returns to you and you experience that energy again.  You reap what you sow.  Every action you generate returns to you in kind.  The lesson you should learn from this is that it is wise to become a conscious choice maker.  Your life at this moment is a result of your previous choices.  Do you make conscious choices or react based on old conditioning?  Does your heart and mind agree when you act?  It is best to pause before you act and pay attention to your heart.  It is the seat of your soul, is intuitive and has an eternal perspective.  Your ego makes decisions based on fears, power and security.  Listening solely to your ego will keep you enslaved to a karmic debt.  When you allow your heart to consider the consequences before you act you will experience either a sensation of comfort or discomfort.  Listening to your heart will bring you happiness and fulfillment now and in the future.

Life Coach – Dr. Dean R. McCormick

2 thoughts on “Karma”

  1. Rev. Carol Wood says:

    “You reap what you sow.” This biblical concept tells us that anything we do to others will come back to us fully. As a child I was brought up to believe that you always treat others as you would like to be treated. Of course as a child you would never want to hurt anyone with words or physical violence because you might be the next person hurt. We were raised to treat others as Jesus taught us to do. This was not always easy but we did the best we could and we had great examples in our parents, grandparents and aunts and uncles. Their example was always set before us. Karma was not a word we heard very much growing up. Kindness and love and caring were the words set before us as the way to lead our life. We learned to make choices of good or bad by thinking of what would Jesus do and what would the consequences be with each action. We would pray about it and open our hearts and souls to hear what God wanted us to do. We did not live our live wanting power or security. We wanted to spend our lives making a difference in the world. We always knew we had not walked in the other persons shoes so we could not tell how hard their life had been. We have made mistakes along the journey, but we have tried to do what is right.

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