12 Laws of Karma that Will Change Your Life

12 Laws of Karma that Will Change Your Life


Meaning of karma :-

                                     karma = action 

According to the Buddha’s teaching, is in fact nothing more than our own intention. It also refers to the spiritual principle of cause and effect where intent and actions of an individual (cause) influence the future of the individual (effect). while bad intent and bad deeds contribute to bad karma and bad rebirths.

The word Karma has entered the everyday vocabulary. It is embraced by followers of Buddhism, Hinduism and others around the world.

Many karma examples, both good and bad, can be seen in everyday life.

Examples for Good Karma :-

     When a person does something good and that individual's positive actions seem to lead to positive consequences, that can be described as good karma.

     Putting money in a Temple collection plate and coming home from that day's service to find some money you had forgotten you had.

     Sharing extra produce from your vegetable garden with local food bank only to have your garden become even more productive and bountiful.

     A team member who admits and corrects their mistakes is up for a promotion against someone who blames others for their mistakes. The honest person gets the job.

Examples for Bad karma :-

     When a person's negative or unethical behavior seems to result in negative consequences, that can be described as bad karma.

    You will never understand the damage you did to someone until the same thing done to you. That's why I'm here.

My friend steals a cell phone from someone in the Home. Later on, the cell phone is stolen from them.

Destroy karma:-

     It cannot be destroyed. 

     It can only be transferred or absorbed. 

     You can be the most righteous person in the world but you will still have the Karma of your previous lifetimes. 

     To avoid coming back you must become enlightened or find a sage to absorb all of your karma, both good and bad.


There are 12 Laws of Karma at play in Your Life .

                    1. The Great Law

                    2. The Law of Creation

                    3. The Law of Humility

                    4. The Law of Growth

                    5. The Law of Responsibility

                    6. The Law of Connection

                    7. The Law of Force

                    8. The Law of giving and Hospitality

                    9. The Law of here and now

                  10. The Law of Change

                  11. The Law of Patience and Reward

                  12. The Law of Significance and Inspiration

The Great Law:-

     Also known as the law of cause and effect, the great law is what comes to mind for many people when consider what karma means. It states that whatever thoughts or energy we put out, we get back—good or bad. "If you have love and kindness, you shall get that in return."

The Law of Creation:-

     The law of creation is all about you guessed it creating.  You don't just wait for good things to magically happen in your life; So the power to create your ideality lies within you.

                                             "life does not happen by itself. 

                                               we need to make it happen....!"

The Law of Humility:-

   In order to change something in your life, you first have to accept what currently exists. That is the  main process  of the law of humility.  A happy, healthy, successful future is yours for the taking.

                               "one must accept something in order to change it."

The Law of Growth:-

     the universal law of growth is about expansion, namely within ourselves.  thats as we grow, change, and evolve internally, our external reality will change and grow as a result.

                                   "when we change ourselves our lives change too."

The Law of responsibility:-

     The law of responsibility is about taking ownership for everything that happens in our lives, including the not-so-good stuff. "We are responsible for how we allow others to treat us, and how we treat other people."


The Law of Connection:-

   that everything and every person is connected in some way. For example, karma says that although the past you, the present you, and the future you may seem entirely different, they are still you. 

                                                  "The connection is always there".

The Law of force:-

     that you cannot put your energy toward two things simultaneously. When you focus on one thing at a time, you accomplish much more, and with better results,"

                            "we cannot think of two different things at the same time..!"

The Law of giving and hospitality:-

     This law of karma is all about selflessness, being giving to others, and practicing. It's about ensuring that you're not simply saying and thinking good thoughts.

                               "our behavior should match our thoughts and actions."

The Law of here and now:-

   "Most of us live our lives thinking about the past and what we did wrong, playing that same old recording in our minds," You will notice that the energy is different, and the experience is more engaging and rewarding."

                                "We cannot be present if we are looking backward"

The Law of change:-

    History Repeats itself until we learn from it an change our path.


The Law of Patience and Reward:-

     This  law essentially translates to hard work pays off. Consistent work, that is. It's about showing up and doing the work and not giving up on your big goals, even when you don't see any progress made toward them quite yet. 

                                       "The most valuable rewards require persistence."

The Law of significance and inspiration:-

  Our unique gifts are meant to be shared with the world and  will make a positive impact. So no matter how seemingly small and unimportant our contribution to the world may seem, it is important.

                           "Rewards are a result of the energy and effort we put into it."  

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