Karma is the universal principle of cause and effect. He says that our actions, good and bad, would come back to us in the future helping us learn from life’s lessons and become better people. Do you believe in karma? Beyond the relationship that can be attributed to this concept with religion, if you study it well, it is an excellent principle of attitude and behavior that, acting under its laws, could bring order and balance in our society.

Karma is often misunderstood as a kind of “God” who punishes or rewards actions in life. This is completely untrue. Karma is not that personal. It is like a state of nature, like magnetism.

Our intentions and actions are not insignificant, but each of them influences the world in some way. This is important because it changes the way we do things. For example, if we want to bring peace to the world, we may think that we need to argue our point and get others to agree with us or even fight for what we believe in. The laws of karma suggest that if we really want to see more peace in the world, the best way to do that is by acting peacefully ourselves.

12 laws of karma that are an excellent life guide

1. The law of cause and effect

This is probably the main law and the best known of the laws of karma. In essence, it says that everything we give comes back to us in some way or another. So if we want peace, joy and love, we need to give peace, joy and love.

2. The law of creation

Life requires our active participation. To get the life we ​​want, we have to actively create it instead of waiting for it to happen. Start taking steps in small ways to achieve the life you want, and these actions will come back increased.

3. The law of humility

To grow, we must accept what is, rather than argue that it shouldn’t be. When we judge others, we judge ourselves. To reach a higher state, we must stop judging and accepting life, while continuing to take steps to make the world a better place.

4. The law of growth

The only way to change the world is to change ourselves. We should not try to control the behavior of others. When we change who and what we are within our heart, our life also begins to change.

5. The law of responsibility

We must accept responsibility for our actions. When something is wrong, we should look at ourselves instead of trying to blame others. What surrounds us is only a mirror of ourselves. To change the outside world, we must accept responsibility for what we have created and change ourselves for the better, in order to see that change reflected in the world around us.

6. The law of connection

Every action we take contributes to the whole. Therefore, actions are neither big nor small since all actions influence the whole.

7. The law of focus

You cannot think of two things at the same time. When we focus on higher values, it is impossible for us to have lower thoughts like greed or anger.

8. The law of giving

You must live by the values ​​you hold dear. It is not enough to speak of patience, love and harmony while acting out of impatience, hatred or fear.

9. The law of here and now

If we live in the past or in the future, we cannot act at the only time when action can be taken, which is now.

10. The law of change

History repeats itself until we learn the lessons we need to change our path in life. To move forward, we must accept the past and learn its lessons. Only then can we move forward.

11. The law of patience and reward

We must constantly act to create the life we ​​want and the world we hope for. The rewards may not come instantly, but we must not give up. In the end, doing work that is meaningful to us and that we love is its own reward.

12. The law of meaning and inspiration

You get back some of whatever it is that I put into it. The true value of something is a direct result of the energy and intention that is put into it.

If we follow these laws of karma, we can be sure that our contribution to the world will be positive. We will also reap the rewards of peace, love, and happiness in our own lives.

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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