Excellent information! I have always been intrigued with this concept because of so many different definitions/explanations though I have lived my life according to this karma. Whatever it is that I think or do, will return itself to me. The same goes for our thoughts/energy, we attract whatever we resonate, it doesn’t have to be categorized into good or bad, simply putting out and coming back to us.
Karma is a concept taught by various cultures throughout human history, and is an idea that dates back thousands of years. Despite its proliferance, the idea of karma seems to be generally misunderstood and frequently tossed around without any real understanding of its true meaning.
What is Karma?
In the Bhagavad Gita (one text out of many from multiple cultures that speak of karma), there are constant dialogues about how to attain what’s referred to as “moksha”. Moksha is the release from the cycle of rebirth; a sort of transcendent state or freedom from the world we currently know – a world in which our senses deceive us. It’s a state of bliss that can only be attained when we have freed ourselves from the web of Karma. Once we reach that point our soul is ready to move on to another experience that goes beyond…
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