Only when we try to do good deeds without expectation of remuneration – without the action being motivated by hope for some future payback – only then does karma work.
Karma isn’t necessarily a spiritual phenomena either, results that some people call karma have been replicated through brain scans identifying that when we do noble tasks such as caring for others, the mind activates the reward systems and activates dopamine and oxytocin releases, so we biologically feel joy and pleasure from doing good actions.
So let’s take this to the next level by playing The Karma Game today! It may seem counter-intuitive at first, but just see what happens if you challenge yourself to perform ANONYMOUS acts of kindness!
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