Do you know what karma is? Let’s put it like this: life is like a box – you do something good, you put it in the box. You do something bad, you put it in the box as well. You do the same with neutral things. Karma is essentially a universal force that deals you things from the box – the more good things you put in, the bigger the chances of getting something good.
Of course, it’s not that simple – karma is a complex thing that reacts specifically to our actions. Here are 8 lesser known laws of karma that you must learn:
- The law of humility
This law says that you can’t change something if you refuse to accept it. If you see your opposition as your enemy, you are not focused on the higher levels of existence and won’t make any progress.
- The law of creation
This law states that life doesn’t happen by itself, it needs your participation as well. What surrounds us gives us clues to our inner state – we are the universe. Be yourself and surround yourself with what you want in life in order to progress.
- The law of growth
The law of growth says that you must change if you want your spirit to grow. The fertilizer for our spirit is within us, not in the outside world, so when we change our heart, we can change our world as well.
- The law of responsibility
This law states that if there’s something wrong with your life, there’s something wrong with you. What surround us mirrors us as we mirror what’s around us. If you want to change yourself, you must first take care of yourself.
- The law of connection
The law of connection says that even if two things seem like they’re not connected, that’s not really the case. Everything in the universe is connected as are the past, present and future.
- The law of giving
This law states that you get what you give in life. If you hoard your way through life and keep your arms crossed and your doors locked, you will only find locked doors when you’re looking for answers.
- The law of focus
The law of focus states that you can’t think of two things at once. Science backs this by saying that you can only think about one and a half times at once, which allows us to converse. When you’re listening to someone speaking, half your though is trying to decipher what he’s saying, which is why we should always think before speaking.
- The law of presence
This law says that you must look in the past to see where you’re going. However, it’s also important to exist in the present and not to be too concerned for the future.