What can we do to Mitigate Past Karma?
Karma is the most natural of laws. What we sow, we reap. The apple seeds that we plant today will become the apple trees that we sit under on a hot summer day in the future. Sometimes, though, Karma isn’t always so cut-and-dry, especially when we talk about people instead of apple trees. Karma is sometimes more subtle. Sometimes the “seeds” – seeds of abuse or harm or violation – grow in the garden of my life, but they don’t always grow into exactly the type of abuse or harm or violation that we created.
In this informative video from the Divine Satsang, Sadhviji explains the subleties of karma – which can be slow and methodical or quick and chaotic – and shares that it can actually be a powerful tool, and not just reward or punishment, that helps us to create and live our lives more fully and gracefully.