Good Karma

“Karma, when properly understood, is just the mechanics through which consciousness manifests.” – Deepak Chopra

Karma is one of those things in life that comes back to haunt you or reward you time and time again.  I have always been a big believer in karma.  What you give out to the world comes back to you tenfold.  I have always approached human relationships with empathy.  Simply put, treat all people with respect.  Not all people will return that respect, and it is best to walk away from those situations (or organizations), if possible.  For the sake of this topic, I am referring to good karma.

I believe the way we treat people will come back to you in either positive or negative karma.  I have always tried to be honest, sincere, and genuine with everyone I come into contact.  I always try to leave a positive impression on those I meet and those that remain in my life.  Karma is a powerful manifester in your life.  Good or bad karma ALWAYS comes back to you positively and negatively…ALWAYS.  We manifest in return what we put out to the world.

I’ve recently manifested two great opportunities from two different people.  By merely treating two separate people with dignity and respect, years later that good karma manifested into two glorious opportunities.  I never expected these two people would present me these opportunities years later.  I had no intention or expectation of receiving anything from these people.  Never crossed my mind, but I am truly grateful for them.

Treat everyone with respect and dignity with no expectation of anything in return.  My kindness and genuineness were rewarded by the positive karma I put out to the world.  You don’t do anything in life with an expectation of “what’s in it for me” in return.  It’s never about YOU.  That is not how good karma works.  Good karma is merely giving out what YOU want in return from the world.  If you give out good karma, good karma will be returned to you.

 

 

 

 

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