Karma - literally in Sanskrit means something that is done. Deed or action.
Law of karma states every act is both a cause and an effect. Every act of karma is the cause of some precious act, or karma. Physical and mental activity as well.
Karma can often be viewed as punitive, or getting your just deserts - which isn't wrong - but can be viewed as a guide or educative force whose purpose is to teach a person how to act in harmony with dharma.
It is also a way to look at how you contribute to life and the welfare of the whole. In this way, Karma is not unlike school, go there, get educated, maybe graduate, but as long as there is something left to be done, or a debt of karma remaining, you have to keep coming back for further education.
Day 22/100 left me with much balance to restore and much karma to repay to the universe....still working to achieve balance in all things. #photobomb #handstand #100handstandsin100days2017 #summer #yoga #yogawithkids #yogachallenge #inversion #invertyourself #yogatransition
Strength and prep work today is a series of inverted toe taps. Try this from a 90 degree angle if you can, or if you are really up for a challenge, try it from crow pose!!! 💪🏼👊🏼😎#dotheworkanyway #justkeepswimming #practicemakesprogress #practicepracticepractice #practiceandalliscoming