Using the Laws of Karma to keep New Year’s Resolutions & 3 Bonus Tips.

It’s a New Year, and with every New Year comes new resolutions.

Unfortunately, many of our resolutions turn to disappointment when we are unable to overcome the inevitable struggles that transform a resolution into a new way of life. How do we turn the corner?

Perhaps the Buddhist teachings on Karma can help.

Karma is a central concept in Buddhism. You might even call it a law. Karma means action. More broadly speaking, karma is the principle of creation. It is the law of cause and effect that states for every action there is a result; that result is similar in nature to its cause; the effect produced will itself become a cause, which will produce effects that are similar in nature. In other words, our deeds shape the world we live in.

The world is our creation.

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