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What Are the 12 Laws of Karma?

By Marney A. White

In Sanskrit, karma literally means “action.” According to experts, there are often misconceptions about what karma really is and how it applies to our lives.

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Healing America’s Racial Karma

More than 150 years after the end of slavery, America’s tragic racial karma rolls on. If we understand how karma really works, says Buddhist teacher Larry Ward, we can stop it.

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Karma Theory

It is one of the peculiar characteristics of Jainism, which is elaborately discussed. The theory of karma is nothing but the theory of causation, the law of moral causation. Nothing happens without a cause.

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Origin & Development of Karma Doctrine in Hinduism

The purpose of this essay is to explain some of the earliest Vedic beliefs and concepts associated with the doctrine of karma and how they developed into our current knowledge of the law of karma in Hinduism.

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Karma, Dna of Our Soul

Karma, meaning action, is a term in yogic spirituality for explaining the soul's evolution from life to life. Karma is generally portrayed as the effect of our individual actions, extending from past lives to present and future lives.

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Karma: Eight Life Lessons from the Bhagavad-Gita

Many of us speak of “good karma” and “bad karma” when talking about something good or bad that we are currently experiencing. But our current experiences are actually the “results” of previous actions that we have performed.

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Karma: The Law of Order and Opportunity

Theosophy holds that order pervades the manifested universe because everything exists according to the laws of nature. Natural law operates in the material realm as well as in the subtler fields of thought and feeling.

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4 Things You Didn’t Know About Karma (And How to Make It Work for You)

When people hear the word “karma,” most instantly know what it means. Well, they think they know. Here's a primer on the often-misunderstood spiritual concept.

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Karma: It’s Not About What We Do.

If karma is truly one of the Buddha’s most important teachings, as he himself repeatedly emphasized, then to follow in his footsteps, we need to be clear about its definition.

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Karma Doesn’t Work How Most People Think It Does

Eastern traditions have complex views on how karma affects your life.

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Buddhism and Karma Introduction to the Buddhist Understanding of Karma

Karma is a word everyone knows, yet few in the West understand what it means. Westerners too often think it means "fate" or is some kind of cosmic justice system. This is not a Buddhist understanding of karma, however.

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