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6 Ways to Create Good Karma
Brand new: lowest price The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable. See details. Buy It Now. Add to cart. Be the first to write a review About this product. About this product Synopsis Karma has become a buzzword for fate--a glib way to explain away everyday calamities, disappointments, and triumphs.
But, in fact, karma--which means action in Sanskrit--involves free will and conscious choice. It's a fundamental concept in Eastern thought, with an underlying principle similar to the law of cause and effect: everything we say and do has consequences.
Good Karma shows us how to take responsibility for our words and deeds, to listen to what our conscience is telling us, and to behave in a way that won't undermine our prospects for happiness.
- personal practice - How do you know if you have bad/good karma? - Buddhism Stack Exchange.
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It forces us to examine specific actions closely and untangle the right from the wrong. For instance, where would you draw the line on stealing: is it OK to bring home paper and pens from the office but not the bathrobe from a hotel bathroom? How can we find our way through the karmic labyrinth, clear up past mistakes, and start the future clean?
The karmic view on decision-making discussed so intriguingly here is one of the trickiest, most essential forms of self-analysis that we can undertake--and one of the most rewarding. Tell them. Did your partner cook a nice dinner?
Let them know you loved it. Simply separating your garbage from your recycling, taking your own reusable cup to the coffee shop, or offering to volunteer at your community garden can make a small but powerful impact on the planet. Try this as an experiment instead; say good things directly to the people you struggle most to get along with. Research has shown that simply changing the way we speak to someone can actually shift the way we think about them; so that foe may end up becoming a friend.
Life is hard, but it's better when you're not alone.
Tell the Truth
Sign up for our newsletter and get our Self-Care and Solidarity eBook just because we love you! Skip to main content. Nadine Dilong. Stand up on public transport. Feed your colleagues. Pick up the phone.
Ask Andrew W.K.: ‘How Can I Shake My Bad Karma?’ | Village Voice
Do a First Aid course. Tell the truth. Share the discount. Donate old clothes. Show interest. Help the homeless.