Karma's Cause and Effects
In this 6-session course, you'll learn:
- How your actions affect your life.
- To feel empowered to direct your life in a more positive way.
- Practices to become more mindful and aware of your actions.
- That karma is a natural law relating to cause and effect.
About this course
What is the meaning of karma, and how do you create yours? Contrary to what you might have heard, karma isn't related to judgment — in Buddhism, the literal meaning of karma is action. In this course, the venerable Lhundup Jamyang teaches that when you understand your true intention, your mind will become awakened to the ways in which karma is the cause of every experience.
About the teacher
1. What Is Karma?Learn about karma's workings and characteristics.18 mins
2. Following Your Feelings Is a TrapAccording to the universal law of cause and effect, feelings are a result of our actions.13 mins
3. We Harvest What We SowWhen life feels unfair, you can use karma's principles to influence your karma through action.15 mins
4. Coincidence Doesn’t ExistIn Buddhism, nothing in life is by chance: When we understand karma, we learn to take responsibility for our experiences.12 mins
5. Avoid Creating Karmic Causes for SufferingLearn about the actions that cause suffering, so you can avoid future pain.13 mins
6. How Do You Know That You're Creating Good Karma?Rejoice in the happiness of others, and invite good karma and fortune into your own life.10 mins