Paradigm Shift · Personal Development

“Karma Is Practical”

Doing the right thing is always the right thing to do.

Why? Because doing the right thing is always the right thing to do.

It is really that binary. No one should need an excuse to treat other people kindly and with dignity. In fact, we should go out of our way to facilitate others’ well being—helping others to become the best version of themselves. 

And in doing good, we should not seek anything in return. Our reward is in the doing and the relating. Being kind to others increases our own levels of happiness and sense of well-being. We often benefit from giving support more than those receiving it. 

So, this is why karma is practical. Whatever you pour into the universe will be poured back into you with the multiplied force and intensity of time. 

Upcoming post: “Don’t Lose Your Fire”


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27 thoughts on ““Karma Is Practical”

      1. The law of sowing and reaping is a law of the universe that is inescapable, immutable and timeless. The focus should never be on “working one’s karma.” The focus should be on being…and embracing a reality that is centered on deploying value, which will inevitably be returned to the giver in one form or another.

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  1. I am a strong believer of karmic philosophy since I have experienced it in my own personal life. And I always have answers to my deepest questions because of this. It ensures a peaceful life with no interest in seeking revenge or get trapped in blame game. 😊

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  2. Spread the love. I know I need it at the moment! The other week I was the one providing dinner for a friend, now I’m the one in need. Have a wonderful weekend in the sunshine /selkiegirl

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