How can karma affect our lives? This is a question many people have asked themselves, and some have even gone as far as to say that karma is a “tymological” concept, and that everything is based on whether or not you were born in a good (or bad) environment. Although this is a popular (and some would say plausible) interpretation of karma, it really doesn’t make too much sense. To understand how karma actually work, we must go into a bit more depth.
Let’s start with what karma is not. Karma is not the word for what happens after a death, as is the case with the word heaven. When we die, we are truly dead; but we are not really extinct. We simply have passed away from one life to another. What happens to us after this is entirely up to us. There is no “karma” or “re Karma” involved; at least none that most people would ever care to understand.
So, how can karma affect us in our daily lives? One possibility is that karma does affect us. For example, consider this: If you are born wealthy, then your wealth will most likely last throughout your lifetime. However, if you are born poor, then your wealth most likely will not last through your lifetime. This is because there are things beyond your ability to control that determine your wealth.
Another possibility is that your wealth changes hands several times during your life. If you are lucky, then you’ll be born into a family that is rich; and if you are not so lucky, then you’ll be born into a family that is poor. Therefore, depending upon your birth circumstances, your wealth may not be consistent throughout your life. This too is a form of karma.
Now, on to the question of how karma affect our lives. If your wealth is stable and consistent throughout your life, then you have little to no risk of Karma. Your good fortune and favorable circumstances throughout your life will outweigh any possibility for bad fortune or negative circumstances. Conversely, if you are born into poverty and suffer for your entire life, then you have significantly greater odds of encountering problems and experiencing hardship.
Many of us have been fortunate enough to have had the love of a good friend, mentor, or family member throughout our lives. These individuals continue to be important to us, regardless of our overall circumstances. This person who was close to us throughout our formative years will be a constant reminder of a past life. His experiences and words will be an anchor for our current life. When we have the words of this good friend, mentor, or family member to turn to when we feel sad or need spiritual guidance, their powerful words will always be near at hand.
Karma may also be affected by the way in which we choose to live our lives. Those of us who use our imagination and creativity in their pursuit of happiness will likely not be adversely affected by changes made throughout our lives. Likewise, those of us who are more materialistic and wasteful will most likely find our lives disrupted by the many rules we break when pursuing materialism and waste. When these rules are broken, it can affect not only our wallets but our bodies as well.
How does Karma affect our lives? As you continue to read this article, you will begin to understand how Karma works in your everyday life. We all have different experiences and lessons to learn from during our lifetime. There is definitely a Law of Attraction at work here – just as there is a Law of Non-Resistance. By following some of the instructions listed in this article, you will be able to open yourself up to receiving positive messages and vibrations that can positively affect your life in a positive and productive way!