One may think of Karma as the spiritual equivalent of Newton’s Law of Motion, that is; for every action, there is an equal but opposite reaction.” They say that Karma doesn’t operate on a timetable. It strikes when it wants and when it does, justice prevails.
Karma does not always be negative. It does not have to be something that walks around, carrying punishment for those who do wrong to you. Karma can be positive too. It can be a guide that takes you on the right path to success.
1. The law of Cause and Effect
Whatever one puts out into the universe will come back to them. As you sow, so shall you reap. For instance, to receive happiness, peace, and love, one must be happy, peaceful, and loving. If you emit hate, you receive hate.
2. The Law of Responsibility
If there is something wrong in someone, there is something wrong in someone. People are a reflection of what surrounds them. People must take responsibility for what is in their life.
3. The Law Of Growth
We were meant to grow. It is us who should change and not others or things around us. Wherever you go, there you are and that is where you should have your change. Do not expect people to change for you.
4. The Law Of Focus
You cannot think of two things at the same time. People think multitasking is a skill that helps one but in most cases, multitasking makes you lose focus. Focus on things that give you value.
5. The Law of Here and Now
Young people say YOLO (You Only Live Once). This law is the law of the present. It is the law that discourages people from dwelling on the past and encourages them to focus on what matters at the moment.