Sometimes I think Karma does exist and then other times, I think it doesn’t. What do you think? Have you had any experience of good or bad karma?

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4 thoughts on “Karma

  1. I only believe in two superstitions. Karma and the jinx.

    Although I’ve experienced good karma, I can’t think of an example! One of the medications I take causes blocks of memory loss, so that may be why. I have seen cruel managers finally found out and fired. Bad karma for them.

    I definitely believe in karma. It takes time to act. The jinx acts quickly and is easier to see.

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  2. I just would like to state that Karma, as it seems, is not that simple. For example, if we are working for a company that is involved in illicit activities, we are accumulating bad Karmas. Now if we are aware of the illicit activities and continue to support that company then the effect is much severe than when we were not aware. We take a berth in a particular family, marry a particular person, and make friends with a select few, do you think it is by chance? We like some people instantly and not so much another despite the fact that we are meeting both of them for the first time(we call it frequency). The crux of the matter is, any and every activity we perform has Karma involved. If we have unfinished Karma with some souls we keep coming back to the same people and situations again and again, so there is no escaping unpleasant relationship and conditions, what we have created in this, or past lives. People who create fear of God in us are actually fooling themselves also. If one is clear about the Karmic Laws then one is very clear about the life, non-involvement of God in the process and understanding of what and why something is happening in our life. Regards.

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