Happiness and The Law of Karma

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This morning I read a paragraph from two different books.  The first was from Super Rich by Russell Simmons.  It was from a chapter titled The Happy Hustler.  He was saying when we approach our work with a smile and treat success and failure the same way, we will have our choice of blessings.  Then I read from Exkankar The Key to Secret Worlds by Paul Twitchell.  This paragraph was from a chapter titled Solving Life’s Problems with the Law of Karma.  He was saying that the law is so universal that it is a wonder that we don’t all apply it in all areas.  He went on to say that Jesus said we reap what we sow.  Buddha called it the law of balance.  Paul Twitchell also reminded the readers that Emmerson called karma the law of compensation.  My thought is you get what you give.

In other words if you want to be happy.  Be happy.  Your happiness will multiply.  So if you have a problem.  Find things to be thankful for, excited and happy about.  I know it sounds crazy, but it works.  What you put out multiplies in the world and in your life.

Just recently I had to apply this to my world.  It was a last resort.  I was up against the wall so to speak.  I had an epiphany.  I started thanking God, in my mind, for everything good in my life.  Within 48 hours everything changed.  My problem left, and I began to see life from a new perspective.  With all that I have learned over the years I could not believe how much I was still missing in certain areas in my life.  The truth is I was not willing to apply the law in certain areas.  But man did it make a difference when i finally did.  Be happy and experience more happiness.


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