Karma Does Work
How is karma working? Well some people seem to succeed in everything: love, success and money to fly them just like that without having to scramble. Others see themselves as unlucky and angry about their fellow man and blame their misfortune as bad karma. “Happiness is not a matter of luck,” Alyosha Long and Ronald Schweppe argue in their book “Karma – The instructions …. the fate does what you want.” Because our karma we have is in our hands.
What is Karma?
The belief in the efficacy of karma that has been accumulated in past lives and brings life as a kind of task in the current existence is anchored primarily in Eastern religions such as Buddhism and Hindu.
Karma describes the energy that arises from the causes of our actions, thoughts and feelings. Karma as latent energy – the fact that we make the right decisions, this energy is liberated and developed a more positive life.
Sometimes we learn quite directly about our own karma. How one responds to his environment, has often immediate and sometimes far-reaching consequences. You learn to reap what you sow. Who is excited to work and is unkind to his colleagues feelings? Who does not recognize his own doing and pulls the rudder around good time waiting in vain for the promotion or perhaps even risking his job. If you are friendly and flexible, responding helpful and sometimes with humor, challenges, then your designs are working smoothly, in the long run it is better connected with his colleagues, doors open effortlessly, much succeeds easier and you have more fun at work , which still brings more good karma.
Good Karma – Bad Karma
Who collects good karma, lives in harmony with the universe. But how to get good karma? Three main barriers are greed, anger and ignorance. “Not angry, just surprised,” for example. And on the subject of greed, it is advised that the reader think in their “orders to the universe” to know exactly what they’re doing, for whom lust after material wealth, which he then hangs with every fiber of his suffering at the end under this buildup and thus accumulates bad karma.
Ideally, one wishes to be happy and relaxed – without lapsing into passivity. To see the good in a situation that helps not only their own development but also the environment and the entire world. Negative thoughts and feelings such as fear or anger, however, tend to change things for the worse.
“He who sows a positive thought today, tomorrow the deed, the day after the habit, then the character, and finally his fate. So is attention – even in small things – a key to happiness, as well as self-knowledge: At least when you have time and again you are unlucky in your job and once again failing it should be clear that something must change.
An instruction manual for the karma
With illustrative examples, Alyosha Long and Ronald Schweppe argue in their book “Karma – The instructions …. the fate does what you want” show how one can improve his karma and what one should rather stay away. They refer to Buddhist sources, and great thinkers tell, but also everyday stories, so that her book is not just an abstract philosophical treatise, but a hands-on guide, how to handle Your life.
A book for Karma beginners and a nice gift
Conclusion of this review: The book “Karma – The Instruction Manual” is an entertaining book that is aimed at mostly people that go into the topic karma only he who has already read other books on this subject and even some white, is not find much new. But as a summary and inspiring read for everyone, it is still recommended.
The guide is also very good as a gift, maybe even for someone who just has the proverbial board in front of the head and a small hint might help you in the right direction – the stubborn friend, colleague or frustrated bickering siblings. For a bit of good karma may well make good use of everyone.