50 phrases about karma (to reflect on life)

We select the best phrases about karma, which will make you reflect on this belief and its positive and negative effects on our lives. Karma acts as the law of cause and effect...

For Eastern philosophies such as Hinduism and Buddhism there is a transcendent energy present in each of the acts, thoughts, emotions that we have during our life: this is karma.

Karma acts as the law of cause and effect, where each of our actions has a positive or negative effect on our lives, depending on whether that act has been positive or negative.

This is why karma invites us to live fully aware of our thoughts, feelings and actions so that our experiences do them from what makes us feel better with ourselves and free of charges of conscience.

That is why we have gathered these 50 phrases about karma, so that you are encouraged to think and act positively on this law of cause and effect present in our lives.

1. Sin makes its own hell and goodness makes its own heaven.
This phrase about karma teaches us that our bad actions bring bad consequences and vice versa with our good actions.

2. Every time something bad happens, there is something wrong with you.
Karma also teaches us to see beyond what happens in itself, so that we understand where it comes from and can act to change it.

3. Karma, when understood well, is only the mechanics through which consciousness manifests.
Another way to work karma is to see it as the consequence of our conscience, which ultimately dictates over all our actions and thoughts.

4. Strange things conspire when one tries to deceive fate.
Those strange things are karma, according to Rick Riordan.

5. Karma is experience, experience creates memory, memory creates imagination and desire, and desire creates karma again.
Deepak Chopra teaches us the dynamics in which karma moves.

6. I have no reason to hate someone; I believe in good karma and spread good energy.
This phrase by Vanilla Ice invites us to always think about creating positive karma .

7. History repeats itself until we learn the necessary lessons to change our path.
Keep in mind this phrase about karma every time you find yourself in situations that look like patterns and are repeated in the same way, because there is a lesson to be learned.

16. You and I have been provided with two hands, two legs and one brain. Some people have not been born with them for some reason. Karma is working for another life.
This phrase about Glenn Hoddle's karma refers to the Buddhist and Hindu belief about reincarnation and the karma of past lives.

17. There is a wonderful mythical law of nature by which, the three things we crave most in life - happiness, freedom and peace - are always achieved by giving them to someone else.
Peyton Conway March explains the action of fundamental karma: when we give others unconditionally, we receive ourselves.

18. What you refuse to accept will continue to happen.
If we do not accept, we are not aware of what is stopping us, so we cannot change it and consequently, karma continues to present itself.

19. Grow your trade. Water it daily, pour some care and love into it and watch it grow. Remember that a plant does not sprout immediately. Be patient and know that in life you will reap what you sow.
JB McGee makes a comparison between karma and plants so that we understand the importance of cultivating our actions and waiting patiently for their results. Patience is a virtue that many times we need.

20. I believe in karma. If the planting is good, the harvest too. When positive things are done, they return with a good return.
Yannick Noah also talks about the way we "sow" our karma.

21. What we have done, its result, comes to us either today, tomorrow, one hundred years later or one hundred lives later, whatever time. And that is our karma. That is why this philosophy is in every religion: killing is sin. Killing is a sin in every religion.
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi teaches us that, in the end, you believe in the religion you create, karma as the consequence of acts, exists for everyone .

22. Remember that we all have super powers because we are able to change our karma.
No one else can watch over our karma than ourselves.

23. Every time you make a judgment or criticism you are sending something that will end up coming back to you.
Many times we act against others without much contemplation. The truth is that it will also have its effect on us: karma.

24. Once you have lived a little, you will find that whatever you send to the world comes back to you in one way or another. It may be today, tomorrow or years later from now but it will happen; generally when you least expect, usually in a way that is quite different from the original. Those matching moments that change your life seem random at that time but I don't think they are, at least that's how it worked in my life. And I know that I am not the only one.
Sometimes other people's testimonies help us better understand the concepts. This is how Slash, guitarist of the band Guns n Roses explains karma and tells about his experience with him.

25. The way people treat you is their karma; How you treat them is yours.

Wayne Dyer does not teach with this phrase that, we should not be confused with the actions of others, because at the end of the day, it is our action that adds to our own karma and not that of the other .

26. To go from mortal to Buddha, you have to put an end to karma, nurture your conscience and accept what life brings.
Bodhidharma explains that at some point we can end the karma cycle; The more conscious and pure our acts, the faster we will get there.

27. You will never understand the damage you did to another person until he did the same to you, for this is karma.
Unfortunately, sometimes we also need these kinds of lessons that karma gives us.

28. No one escapes himself.
We are our own conscience.

29. Karma is not an inviolable engine of cosmic punishment. Rather, it is a neutral sequence of acts, results and consequences.
Vera Nazarian defines in simpler words the law of cause and effect that is karma .

30. We believe or not in the survival of consciousness after death, reincarnation and karma, have a very serious implication for our behavior.
Stanislav Grof believes that believing that karma exists directly affects the way we behave.

31. Karma moves in two directions. If we act virtuously, the seed we plant will result in our happiness. If we act in a non-virtuous way, we will suffer results.
Phrase about the karma of Sakyong Miphan.

32. We met for a reason, or you are a blessing or you are a lesson.
Because also the people who present themselves in our lives are a consequence of karma.

33. I don't know if it's karma or that WhatsApp chain that doesn't send 30 more people 5 years ago.
A phrase about karma so that we also take it with humor.

34. If your actions returned like a boomerang to you instantly, would you continue to act in the same way? Making others an act that you would rather not do to yourself reveals a powerful internal conflict.
Sometimes it is easier for us to look outside and act outside, but when we think about ourselves, things change. A good way to have karma awareness is to first look inside , according to this quote by Alexandra Katehakis.

35. As you planted, collect; This is the field of karma.
Sri Guru Granth Sahib gives us a simple phrase about karma.

36. Karma said: you will love who does not love you for not having loved who loved you
And a phrase about karma and its consequences in love.

37. Do not expect from my heart what yours did not give.
Sometimes we hope to receive what we have not been able to give, so karma does not work.

38. Karma is like credit cards, you enjoy now, pay later.
Very good metaphor to understand how karma works.

39. Even fortuitous meetings are the result of karma ... Things in life are condemned by our previous lives. That even in the smallest events there is no coincidence.
Haruki Murakami, the famous Japanese writer gives us this phrase about karma in one of his acclaimed novels.

40. My actions are my only belongings. I can't escape the consequences of my actions. My actions are the ground on which I stand.
Another phrase that we can use as a mantra to keep us aware of karma.

41. Sooner or later, love or karma comes to us. But sometimes they arrive in the same package.
The truth that karma acts in unexpected ways.

42. You can't ruin everything and hope nothing happens.
Another phrase that keeps us alert about the consequences of our actions.

43. Karma is like when in Mario Bros you die with the same shell you threw.
Another of the metaphors of this list to understand karma and laugh a little about it.

44. Every action of our lives touches some string that will vibrate in eternity.
Edwin Hubbel Chapin makes this beautiful reflection on karma, making a metaphor with music.

45. We awaken in others the same mental attitude we have with them.
This is how karma works, everything we see outside we have inside and vice versa.

46. ​​They were eternal lovers, looking for and meeting again and again was their karma.
A beautiful phrase about karma in relation to love.

47. When you love and serve others, life loves you and serves you.
Another phrase about positive karma to use as a mantra.

48. Do not judge every day by the harvest you collect, but by the seeds you plant.
Robert Louis Stevenson teaches us to worry more about what we are reaping than what we collect every day, only then can we bear good fruit.

49. If you send goodness of yourself to others, or if you share what makes you happy within you, everything will return to you multiplied ten thousand times. In the kingdom of love there is no competition; There is no possession or control. The more love you give yourself the more love you will have.
John O'Donohue invites us to always act from love. When it is love that guides us, karma is always positive.

50. Sooner or later, we will have our turn to be in the position where we once had another person.
When you face a person, think about how you would feel in their position and then act according to the law of karma.

8. I wish that what you want for me, you receive in triplicate for you.
An excellent phrase about karma that we can use as a mantra to work on awareness about our karma.

9. The law of karma says that it does not matter in what context I am, it is not my parents, nor my science teacher, nor the mailman, but only I who have put myself in this state because of my past actions. Instead of catching me in a fatalistic trap this gives me freedom. As only I have reached my current condition, myself, working hard and striving fervently I can reach the supreme state that is nirvana.
Eknath Easwaran explains how karma instead of binding us gives us freedom of action on absolutely everything we do and where we direct our lives or not. We all forge ourselves.

10. Like gravity, karma is so basic that we often don't realize it.
Sakyong Mipham makes us realize that even in the smallest situations of life is karma acting so subtly sometimes, that we don't even realize it.

11. As a Buddhist, you feel as if you have control over the situation and that you can change your karma.
Marcia Wallace makes this reflection on the free will we have when it comes to doing good karma or not, because it depends entirely on us.

12. To those who act badly, one must wish them luck… sooner or later he will need it.
Because according to karma, life is this or the next will bring the consequence of its bad actions, but not us.

13. Always tell the truth, so you won't have to remember what you said.
Our words and thoughts also generate positive or negative karma.

14. Continuing on the Universal Path means practicing selflessness and extending virtue to the world, unconditionally. In this way, one not only eliminates the heavy pollution accumulated throughout the various lives, but also the possibility of restoring the original divine nature itself and becoming an integral being of the multi universe.
This description of karma is made by the Taoist philosopher Lao Tse on how we can change karma and become beings of divine nature.

15. Karma, when understood well, is only the mechanics through which consciousness manifests.
Deepak Chopra also compared karma with the manifestation of our consciousness.

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