The law of karma suggests that every event that happens will cause another event to happen because of the first one the occurred. The result of the second event will be based on the first event whether it is pleasant or not. The word karma comes from the old Sanskrit word for “action”. According to some, it is a law of cause and effect. If you are familiar with the 3rd law of Newton which suggests that for every action, there will be an equal and opposite reaction. This law is just like the law of karma which implies that everything that you do to other people will be reflected back to you. In this article, we will discuss the different opinions of some personalities regarding karma.
Sanchita karma, the total sum of all the karma that a person has done in the past.
Prarabdha karma, the portion of Sanchita karma in present life.
Kriyamana karma, type of karma being created by a person’s mental and emotional acts.
According to Francis Bevan, a gifted clairvoyant who wrote for Australian magazines and newspapers, “Karma has many meanings depending on the religion or faith of the person. However, I believe in the Buddhist concept of what you did in a past life affecting your present one. Of course, you can have good karma as well as bad karma, so it’s important to try to store up some brownie points this lifetime for your next.”
According to Michele Finey from Celestial Insight, “Karma is basically the law of cause and effect, whether one believes in reincarnation or not.”
Despite the perspective of some personalities, what matters most is that we respect other people and that we value them as for how we want them to value us.
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