Many of us, if not all, come into this life with Karma and we have one job to do and that is to heal that Karma so that we can Love unconditionally.
I find it quite fascinating that people think that Karma is somehow going to do their dirty work for them. It grates on me when I see posts or hear people say “Karma is going to get so and so.” It is a fact that there is a Law of Return in the Universe. Even in the Bible we have “You reap what you sow” but Karma is not our personal judge and jury.
So why do we feel compelled to speak of Karma in this way? I believe it is because of our own self-importance. We are placing all the blame on the other rather than looking at our role in the situation. Should we look into ourselves first we may discover that we allowed the perceived wrong to happen. Does that make us partly to blame, absolutely and therefore it is important for us to take responsibility for our part.
Karma is our teacher. One could argue that wishing ill on a person that has done you wrong in some way is in effect doing intentional harm and therefore will incur your own Karma. Would it not be better to understand how we allowed it to happen and then carry that lesson forward in order to not make the same mistake twice?
Every action has a reaction. We can have good Karma as well when we act selflessly. Paying it forward will solicit a positive return, it is the Law of the Universe – that is why the greatest rule I endeavour to live by is: “First Do No Harm”