20 Karma Quotes From Sadhguru
Quotes on karma that will dispel myths and bring clarity to a word that has been widely misinterpreted - Karma.
ArticleMay 12, 2021
Karma means you are the maker of your life.
Every moment of your life, you perform action – physically, mentally, emotionally, and energy-wise. Each action creates a certain memory. That is karma.
Devotion demolishes karma and leads to liberation.
Karma means both action and memory. There is no memory without action and no action without memory
Old layers of karma can stick to you only if you keep adding new layers of karmic glue.
Karma is not in your action – it is in your volition. It is not the content of your life but the context that creates karma.
Karma functions through certain tendencies. But with some awareness and focus, you can push it in a different direction.
Of all kinds of karma, using occult forces for one’s own benefit or to the harm of others has the worst consequences for oneself.
Karma is like old recordings that keep replaying. Yoga means to make life not just a replay but a profound possibility and experience.
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Conscious action does not produce karma - reaction does.
Whatever physical activity you do – if you do it with involvement and joy, you are a karma yogi.
Nothing is accidental here. The whole physical existence is happening between cause and consequence.
Karma means your life is your making. Karmic accumulation can either be a Boost or Burden – that is your choice.
No matter what kind of karma you gathered in the past, this moment’s karma is always in your hands.
Whatever you do, just check – is it all about you, or is it for the wellbeing of All. This settles any confusion about good and bad karma.
When your perception is tinted by memory, it is karma. Your memory is the basis of your prejudice.
Karma is your survival and your bondage. And if you handle it right, it can also be your liberation.
Karma Yoga does not mean service. It means transcending the compulsiveness of action.
Karma means ultimate responsibility. You even take responsibility for your genetics.
If you become truly meditative, you will be beyond karma.