Karma Definition

The fundamental principle of karma is; if you mistreat others, you’ll be mistreated.  If you do immoral things, bad things will happen to you. In brief, any choice you make will reflect on you. We collect the remedy we deserve constructed from our behavior on a moral level. The impact may be immediate or transferred to other lives. Many Karmic consequences are deep-rooted in the unconscious and felt as shame or guilt and create implications on the self-esteem of the individual.

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