Karma, described as the principle of retributive justice determining a person’s state of life and the state of his reincarnations as the effect of his past deeds or the total effect of a person’s actions and conduct during the successive phases of the person’s existence, regarded as determining the person’s destiny.
Karma is commonly associated with retribution. In my case, it can cause both positive and negative effects.
In my own theory, it’s simply returned effects which began from the actions in the past, creating a single cycle or a loop into an instance. Karma happens in your present existence and does not affect your next carnation(assumed it exists) and is not affected by your previous carnation(if it’s exists).
Loops can be formed within one empty Instance(yourself) or between multiple Instances(chained causes and effects from other living and non-living objects). An Instance can also be in a Loop itself; the same Instance can exist in many other Loops, and vice-versa. Meaning, a Loop can also exist in an Instance.
At any moment of time, multiple Loops are being fulfilled which become Instances to fulfill other Loops to cause Effects over the time.
This goes on infinitely.
A Loop cannot be broken; it can only be redirected, forming another Loop which results in a different Effect. The ideal situation is to redirect all possible negative incomplete loops into positive complete loops to create the positive Effects you want. A positive Effect can be a form of reward or good luck while a negative Effect can be a form of “retribution” or just simply bad luck.
With this theory, good deeds does not leads to good rewards. Bad deeds does not leads to retribution as well.
“Why can he get away with his crimes while I’m suffering even though I did so many good deeds?!”
Because Karma is a bitch, it does not work the way you believed it to be. And you are stupid to allow negative Effects to form. Same goes with all the following craps.
“What goes around, comes around.”
“You reap what you sow!”
“Karma is supposedly to come back to bite you later. Or rewards you for an unconditional kind deed.”
“Karma is you getting what you give. If you produce a lot of positivity, you get it back in return, and the same goes with negativity.”
I do not question the existence of the Karma we believe in, but what decides right and wrong? Not Karma, humanity does. Does Karma then changes accordingly?
Laws are subjected to countries. It may be legal in a place but illegal in another. That doesn’t mean what you are doing legally is right; it’s only right by the law.
So… how should I approach this? In a logical manner of course! One could say the invisible “forces” and “auras” are just abstracts, ideas and imaginations. So how are those logical? As long as it makes sense and seems to be true, they are. It’s a theory after all.
Does laughing at a fat girl makes you fat? No. Your girlfriend eventually becomes fat. Is that Karma from you laughing at the fat girl? No. Maybe because she laughed at a fat girl too. Does grabbing a candy from a kid causes someone else to grab yours? No. But it can cause other negative effects by your actions.
How can this affect you? Using the last example given as the scenario, I will come out with a simple explanation using the theory I have formed.
Loop(Actions by You)
– Grabs Kid’s candy
– Sadden/Angry Kid
New Loop(Actions by Kid)
– Kid wants revenge
– Kid charges at you
– Kid performs ultimate move on your Kids Factory
– Happy Kid
– Destroyed Factory
How can you redirect this negative Loop into a possibly positive Loop? Just run, you idiot…