Breaking the Cycle: 7 Best Ways to Reverse Bad Karma

I like to define karma as “The force created by a person's actions held in Hinduism and Buddhism to perpetuate transmigration and in its ethical consequences to determine the nature of the person's next existence.”


What goes around comes around

The concept of karma is said to have originated in India and is often linked to various religious traditions, including Jainism, Buddhism, and Hinduism.

The Hindu concept of karma refers to an individual's sum total of his actions, including those carried out in previous lives, which determine his or her future destiny.

This belief states that doing good deeds in this life will lead to a better life while doing bad deeds can lead to a more challenging.

Although Buddhism takes a unique stance on the concept, karma can be understood as a form of the law of cause and effect.

The Buddha taught that an individual's actions, words, and thoughts create karmic impressions that determine the circumstances of future life.

Enlightenment and breaking free from the karmic chain are the goals of each Buddhist in order to achieve enlightenment.

Karma is also mentioned in Jainism, another religious tradition that originated in India and is still practiced there today. It is a material substance attached to our soul and created by our actions, words, and thoughts.

The concept of karma is deeply rooted in Indian religious traditions and is seen as a law of cause and effect that determines an individual's future destiny based on past actions.

It's a term that's been popular in modern culture for many years now, from the hit song “Karma Chameleon” by the Culture Club in 1983 to Justin Timberlake's single “What Goes Around… Comes Around” from 2006.

Karmic law applies to every human being, but that does not mean that we have to be imprisoned by it. A big misconception is that individuals are helpless targets of negative karma and are powerless to change it.

You have the power to change the karma you brought into this life, shape it, and use it to your advantage no matter what.

The word karma, which means “action” in its literal sense, implies potential for change. And all thoughts are just energy waiting to bounce in your direction.

What is the best way to improve your karma so that it works in your favor?



1. Do a good deed

1. Do a good deed

This is the simplest way to change your karma. If you put positive energy into something, you'll receive that same positive energy in return.

Therefore, please help that elderly woman crossing the street, put your money in the box, or buy a sandwich from a homeless person.

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2. Listen to the universe

2. Listen to the universe

Do you find yourself getting delayed, stuck in traffic jams,  or in long lines? Instead of tapping your foot and honking your horn, think about what the cosmos may be trying to tell you.

You just need to learn how to see and decipher the messages in order to learn your lessons.



3. Do a Tarot or I-Ching reading

3. Do a Tarot or I-Ching reading

These readings are an excellent method for getting a feel for the karmic currents of the day.

The daily readings from the I Ching are a wonderful tool that can serve as an “early warning system” and help you determine which actions and attitudes will open up a smoother path for you.

You can easily find specialized readings of the tarot that will help you with your own karma.



4. Change your routine

4. Change your routine

If you find that you spend every day in the same places, with the same people, and engaging in the same activities, and you notice that you are not coming across any new opportunities.

This could be a sign from the universe telling you that there is something that you should stop doing or something new that you should try.



5. Find out about your past lives

5. Find out about your past lives

Learning about the decisions you've made in this life or in past lives can provide you with valuable insight into the patterns you see in the current one.

Once you've identified the lessons you still need to learn, you can modify your behavior accordingly.



6. Practice Feng Shui

6. Practice Feng Shui

Karma and Feng Shiu have a great relationship. Good karma leads to better energy, and Feng Shui releases negativity in your spaces, opening up space for positive energy to flow through your home, and also within yourself, helping your karma to improve.

Feng shui is an ancient Chinese art that can be applied to your life if you take the time to learn how.

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7. Learn to forgive

7. Learn to forgive

If you can forgive someone, you are not only improving your own karma, but you are also helping the other person free themselves of their past karma. So it's a double benefit for both of us.

You'll be ready to change your karma once you understand what your karmic energies are. Your thoughts and feelings, regardless of whether you are conscious of them or not, are reflected in the world around you.

Every thought is a form of energy, and every thought causes a vibration that spreads out into the surrounding environment.

This vibration can affect everything, from your own physical body to every aspect of the outside world, including all people, animals, plants, and even the cosmos itself.


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Is on a mission to make the world a better place, one happy soul at a time. She is a qualified yoga teacher, Reiki Master, spiritual coach, and author of many spiritual articles in famous online journals.

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