Karma is one of those theories that isn’t proven to exist, but many people believe in. It’s always been interesting to me, because it’s based on the right and wrong doings of individuals. But what determines if something is right or wrong? God, religion, the government, the law? Is there an over watcher who will punish or reward us based on us meeting their criteria? I personally don’t think so.
Many people that do what is considered wrong by one culture in a different culture don’t suffer the negative effects of karma because they believe what their doing is right. I truly believe karma is based on how we view ourselves after our decisions. If we did something we believe to be good or right, we will have good karma, even if others believe it to be wrong, and visa versa.
So to me, karma is dealt by the beholder. We attract the energy we radiate. If we are happy about our decision making or having fun, we are exerting positive energy. We will also attract positive energy, and be able to brush off negative energy and negative people without feeling negative emotions. The reality is, people are drawn to people that are happy and seem to have things figured out, at least in that moment anyway. They want to be able to feel the happiness themselves and the best way to do that is by being as close to it as possible.
If you are radiating negative energy, or have done something you feel guilty about, you will attract negative energy. It’s almost like you feel you deserve to suffer in that moment. This is when bad things happen to you. Think about this. Have you ever had one of those days where you woke up on the wrong side of the bed? From the moment you wake up till the moment you go to sleep, nothing seems to go your way. The world seems against you and you can’,t seem to catch a lucky break. The more frustrated you get, the worse the day gets, but once you accept it, things start going our way.
We are our own judge, jury and executioner when it comes to living up to or breaking our morals. The decisions we make effect the vibes we radiate, and the vibes we radiate reflect back on to us. No one miserable has ever gone up to another miserable person and had a positive impact by talking about their misery. However if you are in a strong happy mindset, you will have a positive impact on their day and mood.