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The term “Karma” gets bandied about a lot. So much so that it has perhaps become a common expression (and explanation) for describing either wayward or fortunate results without giving the underlying concept any gravity.
“Karma” is most often associated with consequences for your actions, “as you sow so shall you reap” indicating that it is a force that regulates your fate. However, in its original context it referred to simply taking action and by doing so one would achieve a result.
The consequence in this regard would be the new experience related to your initiative. So it is your behaviour that pre-paves your experience.
Family karma is the long-held beliefs and behavioural patterns you absorb via the cellular memory held in your DNA.
Soul karma is simply the lesson to be learnt or action to be taken to restore a state of wholeness to your being, this can be shared with other souls you choose to incarnate with during various lifetimes, like a theatrical production you play different roles and help each other evolve spiritually.
Furthermore, it is feasible to acknowledge that what you think about your action i.e. if you judge your behaviour as “good” or “bad” is the lens through which you will perceive your resulting experience.
For example: You gossip about a neighbour to your friend on the phone, thinking “ooh I shouldn’t gossip and I feel sorry for her but this is a wickedly juicy story to tell…” and then you stub your toe on the door frame. Ouch! Karma got you!
You are not accumulating points or gold stars for “good behaviour” if you believe that what you are doing is either beneficial or detrimental, so shall you create a vibrational match in your next moment’s experience.
Karma is instant. It is not going to bite you twenty years from now. She is busy *cackle*
Karma is often misrepresented as something to “punish” you for stepping out of line.
- The question is, whose line?
- And has it been depicted in this way to keep you from taking action that could lead to results others believe themselves unworthy of?
- Or that they don’t want you to discover your abilities because then you won’t be subject to their ideology anymore and no longer in their control?
If you are wavering on a decision to take some form of action, in fear of the consequences, here are three questions to ask yourself
1. Is this response true for me?
2. Do I firmly believe that my behaviour is valid?
3. Does this choice feel good or bad in my gut?
There is no cut and dry cause and effect. Only what you perceive to be so. You have the ability to see the situation for what it is but you can also see the potential for what it can become.