dear friends..

its for those who believe in karma.., besides doing all good deeds, what are the ways for balancing our karma ?

Karma...., in Indian religions is the concept of "action" or "deed", understood as that which causes the entire cycle of cause and effect (i.e., the cycle called saṃsāra) originating in ancient India and treated in the Hindu.

Many Western cultures have notions similar to karma, as demonstrated in the phrase what goes around comes around. Christian expressions similar to karma include reap what one sows , violence begets violence and live by the sword, die by the sword. In Hinduism, God plays a role and is seen as a dispenser of its version of karma. The non-interventionist view is that of Jainism and Buddhism, the latter originally a non-theist religion. Generally, Western popular culture portrays karma as more of a supranatural mystical force than a perspective on causality. This is more similar to Hinduism's concept of karma than Buddhism's.

The modern view of karma, devoid of any spiritual exigencies, obviates an acceptance of reincarnation in Judeochristian societies and attempts to portray karma as a universal psychological phenomenon which behaves predictably, like other physical forces such as gravity.

Sakyong Mipham eloquently summed this up when he said;

Like gravity, karma is so basic we often don't even notice it.

i would love to know ur ways of balancing karma amd also views on it..

love,light and blessings ur wayy..

supergirl :)))

asked 03 Jul '13, 10:38

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.. tis the Golden Rule

Good words to live by .... as well as a great example of the LOA in action..

Have a great day...

(03 Jul '13, 11:18) ele
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it is those things that do not
cater to selfishness
there be a reason ancient
wisdom blessed doing for others


answered 03 Jul '13, 22:04

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thank you fred !!! God bless :)

(04 Jul '13, 01:03) supergirl
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