Many people have problem understanding the entire circle of ’cause and effect.’ It’s very hard for them to decide whether Karma is actually a retribution, luck or fate? There have been so many myths attached to this nature-chosen way of teaching us what we need know.
Kadampa Meditation Center South Carolina (KMC SC), a member of the New Kadampa Tradition-International Kadampa Buddhist Union (NKT) created a user’s guide on Karma, which comprises the following things people probably don’t know about Karma.
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Karma can be Changed.
Karma is neither fate or destiny as you thought. It can be changed through skillful actions, such as the special practices designed to help us purify negative karma.
An Action is never wasted.
No action is ever wasted, it may only take lifetimes for the karmic effects to ripen.