How To Use Karma To Your Advantage And Find Samadhi

“Can that be done?” Lucy asks herself as she stares at the blazing fire in the logburner while the March rains stream down the window. “Karma is nothing more than the energy you put into being the best person you can be. As the age-old adagio says, ‘You reap what you sow’ and so it is with karma. But believing there is another chance to make things right in the next life doesn’t mean you can mess things up in this one.” Lucy sighs for she knows she’s made some huge mistakes herself and yet even those, however wrong they might feel at times, were the best thing to do at that point in time. “Things aren’t always as straight forward as humans like to think, sometimes wrong is right and good is bad. Living as a good person doesn’t always mean one is able to prevent others from being hurt, or even make them happy. Sometimes one needs to hurt before one can move on to a better place.” A small, sad smile curls her lips up as she remembers the one she loves most and how much she misses that one. “It is not easy finding Samadhi, or even real Satya when one has to deal with daily life and its difficulties, but one who really wants shall eventually find their Samadhi, at the beginning and the end of the journey to self.”

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3 thoughts on “How To Use Karma To Your Advantage And Find Samadhi

  1. (“…one of your best yet…” went the goblin especially liking the line “sometimes one needs to hurt before one can move on to a better place” knowing how true that was too)

    • “Thank you, Flea. It was the most personal one, truly live writing as it turns out,” Lucy sighs as she still feels that pain. “It hurts to the very core of the soul, but things can only get better and they will for the sun is out and life goes on.”

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