Turning Wheel of Karma on Your side

The law of karma is that powerful that it even takes into account things that are spoken, spiteful things, nice things, rude things, etc. If a person says something hateful towards another, then they will get something similar said back to them at a later date.

It is said that every word we utter is a spiritual strength and that it resonates in the dimensional atmosphere. There is no need to worry about karma, it is an ally as well as an enemy, it is not partial or biased. There is a way to get karma on our side and to get it to work for us, the methodology is simple. Do unto others as you would do unto yourself, treat others as you desire to be treated yourself. If you want to be treated with distain, then act with distain, if you want to be treated with kindness, then act with kindness. Continue reading

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Ending the Yin Yang of our Karmic Life

Yin and Yang: in nutshell

  • Are opposite qualities
  • Never exist in isolation:
  • Never exist in a static 50-50 balance:
  • Are always spoken of in relative terms:
  • Are interdependent: One cannot exist without the other, they can be distinguished but not separated
  • Are mutually consumptive:
  • Are mutually transformative: Extreme Yin ultimately transforms into Yang and vice versa

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KARMA – The Yin and Yang of it

The Chinese philosophical symbol of Yin and Yang illustrates the one great Truth of the Universe that all things are held in balance, even this great globe upon which we minutely sit rests in space in a majestic circular state of finely balanced tension. Upset that tension and it will either readjust, or fall apart ! The same applies to such abstracts as good and evil, sound and silence, health and sickness, life and death they are all relative to each other, all depend upon each other, all the finely balanced the one with the other. Continue reading

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Yin and Yang – Balance in Relationships

Yin and Yang - Balance in Relationships

Yin and Yang – Balance in Relationships

People say you should be with somebody who is similar to yours. People also say opposites attract. While both can be good to certain people I have found that a relationship that has the yin yang components is beautiful. Two people cannot think alike. Life affects each person a different way. You could have ten people in the same room all who have had identical life experiences and each of them feels a different way. Sure, they can relate, but all do not think alike. The way I see, if you have someone who is almost completely like you at some point in time there is no balance. When you have what I call a yin yang relationship, you can have harmony. I have discovered that the only reason one relationship can work is because they are able to complement each other. Continue reading

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Yin and Yang – Balance in Daily Life

The Yin and Yang - Balance in Daily Life

The Yin and Yang of Good and Evil

The whole concept of yin yang focuses on duality and how two parts must come together to form a whole, therefore, good and bad must exist in unity in the formation of one’s soul. If you ask there is none who is hundred percent moral, those who have never made any wrongs or mistakes. One simply cannot exist without straddling between good and evil. Continue reading

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Understanding Yin And Yang III– Balancing the Duality

In Chinese the literal meaning of the word yin is shadow and the literal meaning of the word yang is light. The yin and yang symbol is often illustrated in black and white showing the greatest extremes co-joined in a balanced duality. The symbol is perfectly contained yet implies movement. It is supposed to represent the elements of nature, opposing yet not in opposition, rather interconnected. Human beings are animals and evolved from nature and have literal and figurative elements of shadow and light in their make-up as does everything in our world. This experience of contrasts is how we sense, and make sense of, ourselves and our environment. We see the difference between sunlight and shadows or we feel the difference between the warmth from the sun and the coolness of the shadows. These contrasts, and all the subtle ties between them, make for the profound richness of our lives. Continue reading

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Understanding Yin and Yang II – Opposite yet Complementary Energies

Though Yin and Yang can be understood individually, they cannot exist separately. They might seem like opposites and do typically represent two different sides of one coin but their properties are actually complementary and dependent on one another.

This indivisibility is a central aspect of Yin and Yang. Without Yin, Yang cannot exist. Without Yang, Yin is not present. Yin and Yang are inseparable; just as we cannot have only sunny days throughout the year, we will not only have cloudy either. Continue reading

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Understanding Yin and yang I – The Theory

When we hear the phrase ‘Yin and Yang’ many of us may first think of the Yin Yang symbol so ubiquitous on key chains or a symbol which represents Chinese/ Tibetan culture. The theory of Yin and Yang is much more profound than an image carved on key chains. This ever-present symbol is called the Taijitu. It’s the universal symbol for the theory of Yin and Yang and of Taoism.

Ancient Chinese people were greatly interested in the relationships and patterns that occurred in nature. Instead of studying isolated things, they viewed the world as a harmonious and holistic entity. In their eyes, no single being or form could exist unless it was seen in relation to its surrounding environment. Yin Yang is perhaps the most known and documented concept used within Taoism. Continue reading

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Letting Go – A path to happiness

Acceptance is letting go, but it is difficult to accept and let go.  There are stages to go through before you get to it.  Your starting point is always a love/passion/hatred/greed, but something happens, some kind of a conflict or hard life circumstance, and you move into shock.  The change causes you to feel a deep insecurity, which in turn leads to self-protective defensiveness, even anger.  There’s a period of denial and some self-pity.  You wonder how this could have happened to you.  You don’t accept responsibility for the part you played; you run away for a time.  But you find yourself missing the goodness and the love that you started out with, but seemed to have lost.  This leads to sadness and regret. Continue reading

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Finding true – Success and Happiness

We all want to live happy and fulfilling lives and we want the people we love to be happy too. So happiness matters to all of us. But many believe that happiness comes with “success”, in terms of a glittering career, big salary, beautiful house, expensive car and so on. Now, although these external things certainly don’t guarantee happiness (and often bring the opposite); there’s definitely some truth that we get satisfaction from our successful accomplishments but does it assure long-lasting happiness

Death bed regrets – Two most popular ones

  • I wish I hadn’t worked so hard.
  • I wish I had stayed in touch with my family and friends.

Too often we are caught in the “busy” trap, running, running, and running—but never getting much of anywhere. It’s easy to let personal relationships slide (especially if we’re working too much), but personal connections give life a meaning—not reports and promotions and pay raises. Continue reading

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