What are the basics of the 12 Laws of Kharma and how can you utilize these to live a better, more purposeful life?
According to the article on the Well and Good website: When you live in accordance with these 12 laws of karma, you create good karma in your life, theoretically increasing the likelihood for good things to happen.
So what does it all look like in your every day life? How do you live well and with the 12 laws of Kharma on your side?
1. The Great Law
“Cause and Effect” – Whatever thoughts or energy we put out, we get back—good or bad.
2. The Law of Creation
You must create your reality (your future).
3. The Law of Humility
You must accept reality in order to live in it. Own what you can control and let go of what you cannot.
4. The Law of Growth
When we change ourselves, and evolve, our worldly reality will change and grow as a result. You must always be learning and improving.
5. The Law of Responsibility
“Extreme Ownership” Jocko – take ownership of everything that happens in your life in one way or the other. “We are responsible for how we show up in the world, how we allow others to treat us, and how we treat other people.”
“What you allow in your presence is your standard”
6. The Law of Connection
We are all connected. Our past, present and future are all us. Everything is linked, all of our experiences and people we’ve met. When we help, teach, love and respect ourselves we do the same for others and vice versa.
“Tough times create strong men, strong men create easy times. Easy times create weak men, weak men create tough times.” – G. Michael Hopf
7. The Law of Force “Focus”
You are a shitty multi-tasker. We cannot truly do more than one thing at a time. We must focus on the task in front of us and complete it.
8. The Law of Giving and Hospitality
You can’t just say and think good things, you have to follow through with them. Practice what you preach and walk the walk.
9. The Law of Here and Now
Be present in the moment. Don’t listen to respond, focus on the world around you while you are in it.
If you can endure it, endure it.
Set the standard.
10. The Law of Change
History will repeat itself until we learn from experience and make the changes we need to make. Break the pattern.
11. The Law of Patience and Reward
HWPO (Hard work pays off) – Matt Fraser
The most valuable things that exist require patience and persistence.
12. The Law of Significance and Inspiration
We are all uniquely oursevlves – with worth and value to offer the world.
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