Being in receipt of good things in life can make us feel good, happy, and energized. However, there are also things in our lives that aren’t so good but are still happening for us.
We’ll say hello to someone at work and within a minute they’ll send you a gift card or pair of shoes! Soaking up good things in life is a great way to improve your overall well-being.
By giving into the things that make you feel good, you will achieve greater health and productivity gains. You will also be more open to new things and what they may do for you as a person.
You may even think you are doing your body or self-care serious harm when you are being taken advantage of, but it will only take you a little time to see results.
How does karma work?
When someone does something bad to you, bad things will happen to them. If you are sinfully guilty, your sins will be put on the wrong person, place, or thing and receive the consequences.
When you commit a crime, you put yourself in a position where you can receive the consequences. When someone commits a crime against you, they place yourself in a position where they can receive the consequences.
The more severe the crime, the stronger the consequence. For example, if someone committed a theft but it was less serious than rape or murder, then they would receive a fine or community service instead of prison time.
Sometimes people don’t get punished at all because of how severe the crime was. This is called amnesty or forgiveness and it can only be given when every person involved in doing evil gets what they deserve.
Does karma really exist?
Yeah, it does. Karma is a very trusted concept in today’s society. People use it to judge people and what they have done to them and for storytelling purposes.
Karma was developed as a way for people to assess the good and the bad that they see in others, but more specifically in theologians and philosophers who believed that there was a judgmental force that operated through religion and morality.
This “morality code” they thought existed was called a “civic code” because it serves as a foundation for other values such as justice, peace, cooperation, etc. Many people attribute positive outcomes of events to karma, but there are several ways to determine if you are subject to it or not.
Are you experiencing any changes in behavior, attitude, or emotional response after an event? If so, then you most likely are not subject to karma, but there are ways for both good and bad people.
Examples of karma
There are many ways to gain karma, including: breaking the law, hurting other people, or even just being nice to a person or group that deserves it not expected.
Many times in life, we do not get to choose which kind of karma we gain. Whether it be good or evil, we all face our share of karma at some point in our lives.
However, by only choosing to benefit from good karma, you are definitely contributing to more evil in your life. By choosing to gain evil karma instead of good, you are actually making a bigger difference in the world.
Many times when we achieve a certain level of Evil Karma accumulation, we will receive an email from [email protected].
Karma and religion
Karma has a reputation for being tough and unyielding. This reputation is largely earned, as karma doesn’t play favorites. Whoever has it, will face the consequences for their actions.
However, this perception is largely created by religion. When people are exposed to a source of authority, they often perceive that authority as being more fair and less coercive than government authorities.
By nature of having the power to judge and punish, God is considered to be more moral than human authorities. And when people associate God with retribution, they are more likely to follow through with it because of what they see as an obvious means to an end.
This perception is very powerful and can have very real effects on people. For example, when a priest tells someone that he was put on earth to atone for them, he can make them believe that God wants them to pay the consequences for their sins.
Karma and science
Many things in life have a side effect: If you don’t take action to address the effect, then you might experience the side effect. This is known as a side effect!
For example, exercise has a positive health effects, but it also causes weight loss and weight gain. Because we know the health benefits of exercise, we can be more aware of the sides effects.
Similarly, using products with heavy metals can have a negative health effects. If you do not pay attention to your surroundings, you might miss this. Take for example water towers that hold water at certain times of the year to sprinkle cities and buildings. You would pay very close attention if something were about to happen with those things!
When it comes to science-backed products that fighting against adverse affects, there are many that have been tested and found to work. These include water bottles that have added trace minerals such as calcium or magnesium, and blankets or jackets made out of air-perfumed material.
What happens to bad karma?
When a person or thing gets wrong, it can affect other people and things. For example, if someone cheated on a test, they could influence the people around them to cheat too, making the tests harder or making them more important.
Similarly, if someone was rude in an encounter, it could affect others who were around them. They might notice their behavior and decide not to be such a jerk in future encounters.
Karma is a concept that relates to justice and balance. When something is unfair or doesn’t feel balanced, people tend to step in to make it fair. For example, when one person doesn’t receive the same amount of money as another does, they can ask for more because they feel like they deserve it!
It is important for people to know their karma because if someone has been unkind or didn’t give something enough time, they can come back and hurt others in future events.
Is there a way to get rid of bad karma?
As far as I know, there is no way to permanently remove bad karma. However, you can try to reduce your chances of getting into trouble or being Karma Killa’d.
If you run into someone with bad karma, stay calm and stay in touch with your good deeds. You may even be able to go a step further and send a gift package to them to help down their anger or resentment.
If you have to go through court or police contact the person from hell immediately and tell them that you are not going away and you are sending them a gift package! This will help keep the anger and resentment away for a short time.
By being aware of your surroundings and staying in touch with your good deeds, you can prevent yourself from getting into trouble or being Karma Killa’d.
How can I cultivate good karma?
You can contribute to good karma by being mindful of situations in which you feel guilty or wronged, learning how to manage stress, and living your life in a compassionate and non-judgmental way.
All humans make mistakes. We all handle things differently when it comes to guilt and remorse. What makes you feel guilty may not be the same as what makes someone else feel guilty.
Don’t worry about whether your behavior was appropriate or appropriate enough; that’s a judgment you must make for yourself. If you think something was too hard for you, look at how others deal with the same thing and see if you can do more than they did.
What matters most is whether you helped yourself and/or someone else. When we act with awareness and forgiveness, we help others as well as ourselves.
When we judge ourselves but don’t take action to correct our behavior, we bring down more judgments and pain that we can’t fix.