Karma Tattoo – Karma is the universal law that applies to each and every one of us.
It means simply that everything you do will come back to you.
This tattoo is the reminder that Good karma comes from truly good actions. … It doesn’t work so well when you do good things, but for completely selfish reasons.
Karma is a key component of many Eastern religions and philosophies, including Hinduism, Buddhism and even Taoism. Remember that harming none includes harming yourself! This tattoo is the reminder that Good karma comes from truly good actions. It doesn’t work so well when you do good things, but for completely selfish reasons. And it absolutely does not work when you do things only for the purpose of getting a karmic reward.
Karma is in general formed by the combination of a person’s actions and intents. It depends not only on what the person actually does but also by the nature of their inner self.
The traditional, philosophical uses of karma have helped to connect the word. With a sense of “cosmic justice” in the Western vocabulary. In this sense, karma is often to refer to a mystic. The indefinable force that influences one’s immediate future. Western usage includes two distinct types of karma. There’s “good karma,” which one generates by doing good deeds and treating others well, and “bad karma,” which one creates by being inconsiderate and treating others poorly.
Having a net amount of “good karma” will lead to good fortune in the future. While a net sum of “bad karma” will lead to hardship or bad luck.
The belief in rebirth, or samsara, as a potentially endless series of worldly existences in which every being is caught up was already associated with the doctrine of karma in pre-Buddhist India, and it was accepted by virtually all Buddhist traditions. According to the doctrine, good conduct brings a pleasant and happy result and creates a tendency toward similar good acts. While bad conduct brings an evil result and creates a tendency toward similar evil acts.,