Meditation Commentary – A Reflection on Karma

Karma I feel is greatly misunderstood. We seem to understand Karma as a negative state. We say oh it is Karma! But, the Law of Karma is as simple ‘As you SOW, so shall you REAP’. Which, in practical terms mean, if I sow good actions, thoughts, word (seeds) then I reap the reward of that goodness. If I sow bad actions, thoughts, or words then I will have to pay for that.

I am 100% for my actions, my thoughts and my words. What I did yesterday impacts me today. What I do today impacts my future. I am 100% responsible for the state of my life.

God, can not be blames, nor can God be held responsible for my bad luck, only I can be because I am the who created it. Therefore, with this understanding, I sow new, good, clean , positive thoughts and do elevated actions, so I reap the reward of my good actions.

Also, when bad luck or ill health impact someone else’s life, I have the wisdom and compassion to wish them well, and not say oh it is their karma. Because that is unkind, cruel and not compassionate and it becomes a negative thought from me to them, a negative energy flow and I create negative karma that I will have to pay for. But, seriously, we should not think or speak such things, it shows that we don’t have compassion or kindness. We don’t think, if some said that the me.

Karma is a friend. The understanding of the law of Karma makes us wise if we choose to be wise. We can change the direction of our life.

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  1. Well, we are not always in charge of our lives. If war occurs or a crime incident we are not in control but we can still control our reactions, thoughts and emotions and that is Karma. People see it as negative because we usually use it in that context. When we are happy we don’t comment on it.

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    • True, we control our response. Eg. If you look at Nelson Mandela he said, as he walked to his freedom, he knew he had to let go, otherwise he would still be in prison. And Victor Frankl is another example of choosing a response in a difficult situation.

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