If you were to look across a crowded room, and see the people that you have NO feelings for. The ones that are NOT your dating type, the ones that DON’T push your emotional buttons, you-know the neutral ones. Or family members, or co-workers, or… They are the ones you DON’T have karma with. Anyone that helps you to become a better person, whether you learn it gently or you go through Hell in remembering the empowerment that you are, is a relationship with karma. Truly embracing karma is letting go of the fearful ego, and discovering what it’s like to act from a guiltless mind.
Karma’s not a bad thing, it’s simply a way of describing God’s law of what holds us accountable for our emotional interactions with other people, and His intentions for us to embrace non-attachments of our ego’s imperfections. When we turn and face our issues and approach them through self-awareness / self love / self-loyalty, we unearth the richness that we naturally are.
When I think of karma and how it relates to me: I remember the pine trees high in the mountains at the edge of tree line, the ones that are all weather beaten… “I am the tree and the weather is karma, shaping and carving me into the expression that I can be”. As long as we are fighting against the lessons of karma, it will rip and tear and harden our character. However, when we roll with the changes that karma brings forward into our lives, then we bend to the will of karma, and we receive the softer edges of life.

Karma is
all those feelings and emotions that get stirred-up by people we love or hate. “Karma is simply unlearned lessons resulting from our own actions of cause and effect finding it’s balance”.

Blessings…

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