The “good Karma” and the “bad Karma” what does it mean?
Today we are going to talk about the Law of Karma because there is a lot of confusion about it. We hear phrases such as “I have bad Karma” or “have good Karma” and many people do not fully understand its meaning.
“The law of Karma is the universal law of cause and effect, what we do returns to us”
It is not complicated: The law of Karma is simply the law of cause and effect. Every effect has its cause, and each causes its effect.
What is Bad Karma and How You can remove it from your Life ?
According to this law what you do creates an energy that then comes back to you. If you do something considered good, then that is what returns you, if what you do is considered bad or negative, too.
The problem is to know what is good, and what is not, because of different cultures, religions, types of morals, customs and beliefs there is a great confusion and what for some is good, normal or positive, others consider it bad the negative.
There are also circumstances. Let’s say on a nudist beach, you can walk naked, but if you do it on the street, you are looking for a problem. We see that it is not in itself to be or not with clothes, but of the circumstances. What in one country is right in others not, and there arise errors and lack of communication thinking that you are doing something “bad” when it is not for you and vice versa.
How to know then what is “good” and what is “the bad”?
In the face of such confusion we must be clear that regardless of the culture we live in, country, religion, ethnicity, social group, there are categories that apply in a general way to all and allow us to understand the difference between one thing or another.
So what would be a good way to identify the good from the bad and separate those energies? Very easy:
Good or positive is everything that when you do not harm or harm yourself, or others, or the environment and bad or negative is everything that harms yourself, other people as well as your environment.