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Five Things You Should Do To Attract Good Karma

Karma, in simple words, defines “you reap what you sow.” 

The energy that we give out to others will eventually get back to us, and all our actions will result in something. While all your actions may not be under your control all the time, you should always consider the intentions behind every step that you take to keep negative karma at bay. Here are five simple things you can do to attract good karma.

Live with a purpose

Regardless of what you pursue in life, aim for it passionately and set vivid intentions for what you desire. Do not be fearful of chasing your goals, and always try to extend a helping hand to others while you are on your journey to accomplishment. Put your best foot forward and be true to yourself and the world – the universe will weave experiences to complement your energy.

Learn to laugh at your mistakes 

Mistakes are an inevitable part of our life, and it sometimes brings us down, but humility creates good karma. Every time you make a mistake that is petty and harmless – learn to embrace it and laugh at yourself instead of being embarrassed or regretting it. We often learn from our mistakes, so view them as lessons.

Help people

Helping others attracts good karma because they will more likely want to help you if you ever seek it. Make good use of your unique traits, talents, and kindness to help others whenever you feel you can. Good deeds are always appreciated by people, and this way you can leave an ever-lasting impression on their life. Also, when you reach out to help others, you are in a way helping yourself by activating your karmic bank. If you are feeling a bit lost or empty lately, simply offer to help someone. Every person should have a purpose in life, and extending help to others can be a part of it.

Practice kindness and compassion 

If you wish to get treated with kindness and compassion by others, you will need to offer the same. Our lives function in cycles of offering and receiving, and you will receive just as much as you offer. Everyone is battling in their respective lives, so always be kind to all and empathize with people’s struggles.

Smile at strangers

You don’t always need a reason to smile at people. Just do it because it is harmless. Instead of walking around with a poker face, consider smiling at that cute little kid who smiled at you while walking by the sidewalk. It will instantly energize you and attract good karma.

Karma is the deed, action, or work of an individual, and also addresses the spiritual concept of cause and effect – meaning our actions and intent can influence our future and well-being.


Satavisha hails from the city of joy, Kolkata. She took up writing as my profession amid the pandemic when the world was at a standstill. Here, she acquired a balance between her passion for writing and sharing various ideas and facts through her stories.
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