According to linguistic experts, karma It is a word of Sanskrit origin that is translated into Spanish as “action” or “done”. From the perspective of some religions dermic, as occurs in the buddhism and the Hinduism, karma constitutes the Energy that emerges from each of the actions of the individual and that conditions each of its reincarnations to achieve perfection.

KarmaThe laws of karmaTherefore, they are based on the idea that each reincarnation is influenced by acts performed in previous lives. Words and thoughts, for their part, also condition karma.

Theistic religions that rely on the existence of soul they believe that reincarnation is the transfer of a person’s soul into another physical structure. It is, in short, a kind of transmigration of the soul.

Karma, then, is that which manages to establish the conditions under which the individual (or his soul) will return to life. Buddhism and Hinduism, however, believe that there is a state of wisdom and purity inside each human being that is preserved intact and never stops developing.

In this sense, it is established that everything you have done in previous lives will be reflected in one way or another in the following. Thus, for example, if a person now suffers a series of malformations or physical ailments, this is because in the past, when he had another identity, he harmed someone by mistreating him or wounding him with a weapon.

And the same thing happens in the opposite direction. That is, it is considered that if you carried out various positive and beneficial actions before, in your new life you will enjoy, in one way or another, all the good and positive that you did back then.

Some gurus claim that realized beings have the ability to remember their past lives; ordinary people, on the other hand, fail to do so. The memory remains, in any case, stored and hidden inside the being.

Several Buddhist schools consider that, through the meditation, it is possible to achieve a level of superconsciousness that is defined as nirvana. This state represents the end of a life ruled by karma.

In addition to all this, it is important that we know that the process of expansion of karma throughout the world reached its peak in the 19th century when Europe began different colonizing actions that linked its culture with that of the countries and places they made their own.

In this way, the West began to be significantly influenced by religions such as Buddhism or Hinduism, which resulted in the assimilation of ideas like this of karma that we are now addressing.

Among the most important historical figures who are considered to be in agreement and in favor of these principles that we are developing is Mahatma Gandhi. A true national hero in India who always fought to end injustice and did so using peace and dialogue.

Finally, it must be said that, in popular culture, karma is associated with spiritual strength or to destiny. For instance: “I got divorced again, it seems like it’s my karma”.