- It’s a Sanskrit word meaning “action”, and the concept of Karma is part of the wisdom of the ages.
- Karma simply says that our actions – good or bad - will eventually come back to us and we will have to respond to the effects they have produced. In other words, based on our actions, we reap what we sow in life.
There is a well-known saying that reflects the fundamental meaning of Karma: “What goes around comes around”.
- The point is, we all have a choice in life when it comes to managing our own Karma. That’s good news!
- We can choose to respond to whatever life throws our way in positive, healthy ways that do not perpetuate the negativity of an event or situation and do not feed the dark side of our human nature, promoting bad Karma. In choosing the positive course of action, we sow good Karma. What we get back is good Karma, often multiplied in ways we could never have imagined!