Today’s post is all about what we think, what we say & what we do, in short about the”Karma“.
Some of you might believe in this theory and some might not be. It is absolutely ok. This post is for those who believe in karma like me.
What is “Karma” mean for you?
As I know, I can say on my behalf and my experience “Karma is the belief of getting the same in the form of thoughts, words and actions which are given to others by us.“
It works or not, different people can have different opinions but I personally believe in this concept.
This belief inspires me always to choose the right path in the state of any confusion. It gives me the strength to follow the rule of my life that always be responsible for your thoughts, words & actions.
How others are taking this, it totally up to them & that is their right too so don’t bother about that. That’s the way I keep motivating myself when anything wrong happens to me.
If you go deeper into it, you are able to understand what we are actually doing. How are things behaving and reacting?
We are sending energies through our thoughts, words and actions which are receiving by the others and they are also making their mind accordingly and how the whole cycle works.
We have to focus more at the starting point of this. From where it starts? What is the root point of this?
If we are responsible for the initial energies which are spreading all around then definitely we have to be more careful & more responsible for our actions and words because this makes our aura too.
If we are creating the same type of energies, again and again, this will represent us as an individual and that’s how we make our personality by our own, can’t blame others for it.
If I want good for me then I must be ready to give something better to others first. It will work in a reciprocal way.
Good Karma always pays for you. I personally experienced it.
What do you think about it? Share your opinion in the comment section.
Now I take your leave, have a great day ahead!!
Regards & Gratitude,
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