Last month, my friends and I met up at a local mall to watch a new spy movie. There, a supervillain tried to poison millions of people in order to expand her illegal business. There was also a politician allowed people to die because it will make him more popular.
By the end of the movie they both get their comeuppance: the evil supervillain dies from her own poison and the corrupt politician is in handcuffs, soon to be imprisoned for his crimes. If you’ve watched enough action movies, you’ll often notice that common trope. Villains get punished and heroes get rewarded. People get what they deserve. That’s the law of karma in action.
While karma comes from the Sanskrit word for “action”, it also refers to the spiritual law of cause and effect. Everything we do (and do NOT do) affects our lives. Good deeds bring good results, bad deeds bring bad results. While it all seems “obvious”, we tend to forget about how it affects literally everything we do and our negligence indirectly causes our own problems and failures.
Now how can we use the law of karma to become more successful? Keep reading to learn more.