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Karma – Is It Real?

Welcome Back to Keep Inspiration Alive

Today we will be discussing Karma – Is It Real?

I am Mr. Michael Adams

I am a depression and PTSD survivor

Former Addict of narcotics and alcohol

Borderline Atheist

Found God through a spiritual awakening

Now Entrepreneur

Here to serve humanity

Karma is very real.

Karma = Action

Negative or Positive

It will loop back into our lives. It is wise to pay close attention to patterns within our lives.

Let’s start with negative Karma.

We do sinful deeds (sin = to miss the mark), that becomes our Maya (mask of illusion). How this happens is that every action gets stored in our subconscious mind. This in turn affects our worldviews and plays out in our nervous system and then creates new (repeating) thoughts and actions.

So, this is the loopback of karma. As the conscious mind only has one place to pull from, and that is the subconscious mind. The subconscious mind can only relay what has been programmed into its storage compartments.

A good example of this seen is people who seem to always end up in toxic or abusive relationships, no matter how much they say they do not want that in their lives. Yet, they always seem to attract the same type of person, over and over again, thus creating this toxic loopback of Karma.

Karma and the subconscious mind are two very powerful forces that shape our reality. It is wise to monitor patterns that come up in our lives, bad and good. Bad? Change Good? Keep

Positive Karma

This works exactly the same as negative karma, except for one key factor. Positive karma opens us up to endless possibilities, while negative karma creates a vortex into one’s self hell.

Positive karma, what you think about most is what you become. It is that simple.

Focus on the positive in life, and your reality WILL change.


Because your worldviews will start to change, and when your worldviews start to change, you get bolder in life at what you believe you can achieve.


Everywhere, love will start to present itself. This is what many discover towards the end of their life, or losing someone close to them, or have a traumatic event in their life.


Usually (not always), it drops that person’s ego, and they are able to see all the love that truly surrounds them. This is true on all levels. But because of this Maya (mask of illusion), it is very difficult for us to recognize (But it’s always there).

Don’t wait till the end of your life to recognize this, and want to change. It is very sad to see people on their deathbed and finally coming to this realization. Don’t let that become you. Trust in love. Trust in positive karma on all levels.

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