Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Georgina Cannon, author of the new Your Guide to Self-Discovery.
It's sometimes very difficult to take responsibility for where we are in life. It's so much easier to blame. Blame your parents, your boss, the weather, your sibling, the bus for being late, your partner, the government, the traffic during rush hour. Or, when all else fails, we blame Karma.
When we do this, we don't really understand the role and relationship of Karma. Karma literally means "action." Karma is the law of action, and this law governs man's consciousness. Karma may differ on the basis of the time factor—past, present, and future. Consequence is the part of the