Most people perceive karma as a simple win-or-lose system, with the outcome depending on the actions you take.
The mistake almost everyone makes is believing they control karma based on their beliefs.
If they think they did good and you did bad, what’s going to happen? They will be rewarded and bad karma will get and punish you.
Who says? They!
That’s a terrible mistake and an arrogant misjudgment to make.
Who says you are right and the other person is wrong? You again.
Can you see the pattern of what I’m explaining?
One person views events completely differently from another. If there’s a conflict between 2 or more people, who are the individuals to judge right from wrong?
You cannot. It’s all in your mind and the self-absorbed perception of your life and reality. Things may, in fact, be completely different from how you see them.
That is why I ask the big question:
“What Is Karma And Why Do You Say It Exists?”
Most attempt to use and abuse “karma thinking” with a negative and destructive mindset
If you’re in that karma trap, how and why do you think karma will be kind to you and improve your life?
Wake up! If you have that mindset, what are you really doing?
You are wishing ill-well on other people, convincing yourself you are right, did well, they are bad and thus will be punished negatively.
Wishing evil to others is the opposite of doing good — it’s very bad.
In that precious moment when you say:
“It’s ok, karma will get them and sort it out, as it always does!”
Following your logic and approach to karma, you’ve just cast a spell on yourself, by hoping for others to be punished according to your belief system.
Someone I know very well has stolen a lot of money from an investment I made.
I don’t take that kind of action lightly so I’ve now dragged him to court.
In response, he sent out an email to his “friends and family” (including me) saying something like this:
“Thank you all for such a wonderful year and the birthday wishes. I am blessed to have you amazing people as my family and friends. “
“Let’s forgive the liars and bad people who try to hurt us. Karma will take care of them, as it always does.”The Mad Man in Bali
Do you see what I’m saying?
So, this person actually did a LOT of bad, yet still believes he’s on the good side. In his twisted mind, I’m “bad,” as I’m daring to expose and challenge him in court to repay my funds.
His believing and saying out loud that karma will eventually “sort me out,” with harm coming my way, is ridiculous, and ignorant, and confirms he doesn’t understand karma.
Karma — if it exists — does not work that way!
You cannot wish other people misfortune because of what you think or believe. That only harms you.
One person’s thoughts do not control everyone else’s or the way the universe responds.
There’s a far larger picture in play. One most people can’t see or ignore.
It’s called — “The Truth.”
Whether karma really exists or not, nobody can say. It’s only in our minds, hopes, and belief systems.
What we can say with almost absolute certainty is:
“The truth eventually prevails with the liars exposed.”Rob Hourmont
If you remain true to others and yourself, eventually things will come right for you. It may take a while, but it will.
That’s not karma in play, no, it’s reality and that important little word — ” TRUTH.”