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Karmic awareness

Even simple choices can have a profound effect on the world, says Paul Rushton

This is the season to explore how goodwill to all brings peace to ourselves. The Vedic concept of karma – literally ‘action’ – is often misunderstood, associated with punishment or reward, fate or destiny. Karma is understanding that an effect begins with a cause. It does not judge or moralise, but reflects energetic reality; the forces set in motion by our actions that create the world we experience and shape our own physical, mental and spiritual health. Actions are often rooted in short-term gain and desire, while consequences are further reaching.

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