We generally believe that if we do something bad or wrong, some sort of universal justice will set things straight. That’s when people say: that’s karma! You got what you deserved. Something like that.

But that’s not exactly karma.

The Sanskrit word karma refers to intentional action or doing that has consequences. Karma is not about your actions from the past. Karma refers to your actions in the present that directly manifest in your reality.

Karma means that everything is your own doing, the result of your thoughts and actions. It’s an energy we generate ourselves. It implies you are responsible for everything that is happening in your life.

Can you handle that? Can you accept full responsibility? Personally, I find it liberating that life works like this.


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Think about it.

The young woman who believes all men are not to be trusted finds herself time and time again with a boyfriend that cheats on her. The guy at work who feels inferior to his colleagues never gets the promotion. And the father who’s convinced his teenage son is incapable of talking with him never finds himself having a meaningful conversation.

Can you see what is happening here?

We are doing it! Everything that is happening, we are creating it. And for the most part, we are doing it unconsciously. As within, so without. What we create in our mind, becomes objectified in our world.

Maybe we had no idea about the true nature of our thoughts. So, the first step is to become aware of them. Once we start doing that, we can choose to replace our conditioned beliefs with a new belief that we choose ourselves.

Now, my invitation to you is to change your context about that specific person or situation. For example: ‘Men are trustworthy’, ‘I am of equal value as my colleagues’, and ‘My son is able to communicate with me’.

Take this new context everywhere with you. Remind yourself in the morning and during the day. Give it a place in your meditation practice.

Experience it, feel it, believe it. And then observe what starts to shift in your world.


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