You may have heard about karma, however, you may not be sure if it’s really true or not. Is it just something people say to make you feel guilty or is there something deeper into the meaning?
Well, from experience karma is true and in this episode, I’m sharing with you why it is so.
Karma is the foundation of the bible and the Golden Rules written by Napoleon Hill, which is “to do unto others as you would wish them to do unto you if your positions were reversed.”
My version is don’t do to others what you don’t want others do to you.
This principle is based on the law of compensation: “you will reap what you sow.”
You might say: “Why do I need to know about Karma while people are dying by the thousands?” I’m worried sick about my finances. There’s a lot going on in my life.
Well, Mother Nature, in her infinite wisdom, has given us a taste of our own medicine. She said “enough,” and now we have all allowed reassessing, especially our thoughts. As I mentioned before, your thoughts lead to feelings, which lead to actions. And action comes back as feedbacks, which further stimulates thoughts and feelings.
So the pandemic has stirred us out of our status quo. The chaos has awakened the unconscious mind and forced outward our past years’ deeds. What is showing up is what we have sown. We get to see, in broad daylight, who we truly are in a time of crisis.
It puts many in a state of choc. I feel people who were caught in their stories and illusions are now experiencing a higher level of anxiety, uncertainty, and fear. People who didn’t want to see will be on the lookout for scapegoats and may act selfishly.