Karma: You will understand the pain you have inflicted when they inflict it on you

Karma: You will understand the pain you have inflicted when they inflict it on you

Have you ever had the feeling that life has you repaid with the same coin that, one day, was in your hands? As if in the past it was you who threw it in the air, looking for the side that suited you most and fleeing, in a selfish way, from the consequences of that fate. A similar thing happens with karma: it always comes back.

Sometimes it seems that only negative actions that have hurt someone come back and that, instead, when we do something good, all that comes back is emptiness. What actually happens is that negative events affect us more and that is why we remember them for life , whether we like it or not: whether you were the blade or whether you suffered the injury.



'I learned that when we do something wrong, and I have risked all the good I had with another woman, karma pays you back in cash, without delay, for everything you have broken in another person's heart, it gives you back your investment and does it with wounds '.



-Marwan-

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The word 'karma' means 'to do' or 'action'

The term karma means 'to do' and refers to the whole field of physical, verbal and mental actions . To better understand this concept, let's imagine that everything we do manifests itself in the form of an energy that always accompanies us, whether positive or negative. What we do comes back not in the form of actions, but as energy and Balance .

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This is precisely why, when we hurt someone, we are not aware of the power of that pain until we find ourselves in the same situation as him : we think we can do and undo, but without understanding well that the way we experience the actions of others varies from person to person.

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We often say: this is karma. He gave me back what I did and he does it with interest . It's not about 'interests', it's just now we are aware of what we have done and the lesson learned we will always remember it .

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The law of cause and effect

The law of cause and effect teaches us, among other things, that it is more difficult to deal with effects than to unleash causes : When we make a decision that also involves other people, the consequences can be truly dire. Let's use it as an example infidelity within a couple relationship: those who are unfaithful to their partner will understand what the latter had to go through only when they find themselves in their shoes.

Despite this, the same law applies to positive karma, even if we often don't realize it: worrying about what we give, making the world of the people we love a happier place, gives us a positive aura that is given back to us. form of joy.

“Everything that comes out of us comes back to us, so there's no need to worry about what we get. It is better to worry about what we give ”.

-Anonymous-

About this, under the concept of karma, we also find the wisdom of proverbs such as ' do good without thinking about who ”, as is often said. They are phrases like this that always remind us that, in our decisions, we also find the emotions of others.

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Building and building oneself

The concept of karma helps us build our tomorrow and build within it, because, as we have already explained, todays can be part of the circumstances we face in future . This means that, most of the time, we reap what we sow, more or less right .

“Life has no meaning, we give it to it with what we do, with what we are passionate about. We are the ones who build the universe to our measure '.

-Walter Rice-

For this reason, we give specific meaning to what happens to us and connect the facts to each other, because everything seems to be united by threads that manifest themselves in the form of emotions. The positive energy they bring with them other good energies and vice versa : a destiny that is not always fulfilled, but that always remains there to remind us that in our emotions there are also those of the people who love us.

The laws of karma according to Buddhism

The laws of karma according to Buddhism

The word Karma consists of a force that transcends. This type of energy is infinite and invisible and is a direct consequence of the actions of the human being