We often think of Karma in our day-to-day lives as a moral causation law. While you may have heard someone say “well, that’s Karma..” It's an entirely different thing when you try to understand the base root of Karma or the theory of causation.
Shaman Angels, Energy Healers & Truth Warriors - The Lightworkers Journey To be of light. What does that mean to you? You bring the light to the darkness, especially unto your own stuff, unto your own doings. When your feathers are ruffled this is when you show your greatest truth or your greatest weakness. It does not matter what the other person does or says to you, you and only you control your reaction. "How people treat you is their karma. How you react is yours." Own your truth.
What is ‘kamma,’ and what does it have to do with Awakening? Well, as a word, ‘kamma’ is the Pali language version of the Sanskrit term ‘karma,’ which has slipped into colloquial English as meaning something like a person’s fate or destiny. Taken in this way, the notion can support a passive acceptance of circumstances: if something goes wrong, one can say ‘it was my karma,’ meaning that it had to happen.