The equiliberating law of karma, as expounded in the Hindu scriptures, is that of action and reaction, cause and effect, sowing and reaping. In the course of natural righteousness (rita), each man, by his thoughts and actions, becomes the molder of own destiny. Whatever universal energies he himself, wisely or unwisely, has set in motion must return to him as their starting point. Like a circle inexorably completing itself.
"The world looks like a mathematical equation which, turn it how you will, balance itself. Every secret is told. Every crime is punished. Every virtue rewarded. Every wrong redressed in silence and certainty."
An understanding of karma as the law of justice underlying life's inequalities serves to free the human mind from resentment against God and man.
Man does not posse a soul; man is a soul, and has a body around it. When he properly places his sense of identity, he leaves behind all compulsive patterns. So long as he remains confused in his ordinary state of spiritual amnesia, he will know the subtle fetters of environmental law.
"Such as are the trend of our desires and the nature of our souls, just such each of us becomes."
"Earnestness alone makes life eternity."
"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you" is NOT A "REQUEST." IT IS THE DESCRIPTION OF THE LAW OF KARMA.
Good people will have good luck, sooner or later. Bad people will have bad luck, sooner or later, even if it's in the next lifetime.
The identification with the psychological ego is the establishment of "instant karma."
Karma or "attachment" is what causes reincarnation.
In Taoism, karma is called the "universal law of energy response."
There is good karma and bad karma. Most people only achieve the bad karma.
We are defined and controlled by all that we have not transcended.
KARMA IS ANY PHYSICAL, MENTAL OR EMOTIONAL ATTACHMENT WHICH PREVENTS ONE FROM RETURNING TO ONE'S ORIGINAL AND NATURAL STATE OF SPIRIT.
Karma and future karma is stored in the subconscious part of the mind.