They say, what you throw out to the world, will come back to you eventually. Although I am not very deeply convinced about this fact, I believe in it because I have experienced this myself about 75% of the time. So what happens to the remaining 25% or so of the things we give to this universe? Do they disappear in vain or are they waiting for the right time to come back and hit on us, or do we just fail to recognise them?
The universe has no written rules and all things are written or heard and passed along generations and beliefs still continue. We continue to believe in the unseen, we believe in tales because there must be some truth to it. Even when there is no proof to the enormous amount of spiritual, psychological and imaginative speculations, we believe that things will happen, and we live in such a way at least trying avoiding offending this so called Karma. Is it all about being a good human? or is there something else going on?
I have faced a serious Karma in my life once and many small karma, but I feel sometimes Karma is biased towards extremes, or perhaps we receive extremes in exchange for extremes? If that is the case, it must be fair. I can only presume and relate things to the past and connect it to the present. This whole circle of life, and stages of life are practically a conspiracy, we are bound by this circle no matter how hard we try to go array. Everything in our lives are pointing to one direction, I can feel the flow and exactly know on the back of my consciousness where it is going. We fail to see things because they are not a recorded movie, and we only get hints of intuition and helping hands from our beliefs that tell us to move in that particular direction where we are exactly supposed to be.
I wonder if Yogis and people with higher spiritual enlightenment can see and tell exactly what it is all about this whole mind, body and soul thing? Nothing is clear to us really. If it was, there wouldn’t be so much disparity between people. Why most people are so much into materialism and only few seek spiritual contentment. Both groups have their own arguments towards their choice of living and neither is unquestionably incorrect. We absolutely cannot judge these things and need not, because this is how it is and this is how it has always been. There are no set rules of what is wrong and what is right. The only declared conclusion to this is unless you harm no one in whatever you do, it should not matter to anybody else. So is this the base of the theory of all things in our world? Does Karma revolve around this theory? and does this Universe hit on us only according to the algorithm of this basic human instinct? Is this it? If not then what is it? I am very curious to know.
Love, Judecy x