During our life we can do good or bad. This saying should be comprehended that we don’t do well or badly but we do it good or bad as it is. That means our action takes part of activating something to go on either good or bad way. But, action is initiated into effect from a thought. This totality of man’s actions and thoughts is determined to create an existence. It is called karma in Sanskrit. In its true nature karma comes from energy as thought and action begins and karma is neither good or bad but it presents what it is to dictate you live. In a nutshell when you shift your unconscious thought to continue adjusting your energetic frequency, you can be manipulating your karma. Karma is a force produced by your own consciousness. Karma does not teach you what is morally right or wrong; but merely says you get what you gave.

Karma is the root of the tree of life and an invisible force influencing an individual or the world. It’s basically the law of cause and effect. No religion can go astray from this cosmic consciousness in the universe. The Bible says a man reaps what he sows. The Quran states you shall receive requittal and reward in just return for whatsovever you do. The Buddhas say so long as the evil does not mature; the fool think his action to be as sweet as honey karmically; but when it matures the fool experiences untold misery.


When you are in deep state of meditation, you can be being accessible to highe levels of consciousness. This is the greatest opportunity for you to change your karma. Unless you get along with the Universe Law, you can’t control your karma. So, you can not only create good karma but also change it by making use of this opportunity to put into reality through being kind, grateful and forgiving. Today scientists have proved it true as the unified field in the universe. All of us are linked through each karma and whatever you do will always come back to you and affect to others. Your karma shapes not only the world within you but also the world around you. Our world will be changing in an instant if karma teaches each of us know it accurately and completely.


  1. 1.      Karma, kismet, fortune, providence, fate, chance, destiny, luck, accident, coincidence, fluke, quirk


  1. a.      Karma refers to the spiritual principle of cause and effect in which intent and action of an individual will affect his own future and other’s.
  2. b.      Kismet implies the power controlling what happens in the future
  3. c.       Fortune means what happens or is to happen in life.
  4. d.      Providence means the care and guidance of nature on all creatures.
  5. e.       Fate means the inevitable outcome.
  6. f.        Chance means the unknown element of a cause.
  7. g.      Destiny means the hidden power in a future happening.
  8. h.      Luck means what comes beyond one’s action.
  9. i.        Accident means what happens without an apparent cause
  10. j.        Coincidence means what happens at the same time without apparent cause.
  11. k.       Fluke means a piece of surprising luck.
  12. l.        Quirk means a piece of amazing luck.


  1. 2.      Possibility, probability, likelihood, opportunity, risk, occasion, prospect


  1. a.      Possibility means what may be the case.
  2. b.      Probability means what may be measured to be the case.
  3. c.       Likelihood means what may be the fact.
  4. d.      Opportunity means what makes it possible.
  5. e.       Risk means what may be harm.
  6. f.        Occasion means what may be the reason.
  7. g.      Prospect means what may be the potential.


  1. 3.      Blessing, wonder, marvel, spectacle, miracle


  1. a.      Blessing means what may be Mothernature’s protection.
  2. b.      Wonder means what comes from inexplicable cause.
  3. c.       Marvel means what causes wonder.
  4. d.      Spectacle means what makes a visual impact
  5. e.       Miracle means what brings welcome consequences


  1. 4.      Sense, sensation, awareness, alertness, wakefulness, attentiveness, responsiveness, watchfulness, vigilance, attention


  1. Sense means what perceives an external stimulus.
  2. b.      Sensation means what causes a physical perception.
  3. c.       Awareness means what perceives a situation.
  4. d.      Alertness means what causes a readiness.
  5. e.       Wakefulness means what states not being sleep.
  6. f.        Attentiveness means what causes others’ care.
  7. g.      Responsiveness means what causes a response.
  8. h.      Watchfulness means what causes observation.
  9. i.        Vigilance means what causes continuous observation.
  10. j.        Attention means what causes notice.


  1. 5.      Observation, surveillance, scrutiny, inspection, examination, analysis


  1. a.      Observation means what causes information collection.
  2. b.      Surveillance means what causes suspicion.
  3. c.       Scrutiny means what causes detailed observation.
  4. d.      Inspection means what causes detailed and close observation upon established standards.
  5. e.       Examination means what causes detailed and accurate observation upon a particular subject.
  6. f.        Analysis means what causes detailed interpretation.


  1. 6.      Inquiry, query, inquest, inquisition, investigation, probe, survey, review, evaluation, assessment


  1. a.      Inquiry means what causes information reply.
  2. b.      Query means what causes accuracy.
  3. c.       Inquest means what causes accuracy to an incident.
  4. d.      Inquisition means what causes prolonged questioning.
  5. e.       Investigation means what causes systematic study.
  6. f.        Probe means what causes physical examination.
  7. g.      Survey means what causes detailed look for appraisal.
  8. h.      Review means what causes a change.
  9. i.        Evaluation means what causes judgment on value.
  10. j.        Assessment means what causes judgment on ability.




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