JKLTip Take ten minutes to reflect on what you are putting out into the universe and think of one thing you could do a little bit better
We often say, “oh karma” or “Karma is a B!$#&” amongst other common Karma phrases. I think, without investing too much decision making into it over the years I have a subconscious commitment to good Karma
But when I sit and think about it, trying to unpack whether or not I believe in it, the concept gets more difficult. The theory of Karma, basis itself on what happens to a person, happens because they caused it with their actions. The funny thing about this reciprocity is that we shouldn’t really act because we expect anything in return and that is the ultimate place to get
I think Karma does exist. But, luck definitely exists too, both good luck, and bad luck
So, can both luck and Karma exist?
I think they can, but perhaps different from what we often see it as. Like the endless knot, it is not fixed, rather a continuous pursuit to get the best possible return on Karma, by investing in; patience; not blaming others for our lives; taking on new challenges; operating with a belief system without wavering; being humble; and being grateful
I believe there are no guarantees in life, but to increase the odds, doing as much of the above will give us the best chance possible to be content with ‘Karma’