I’m pretty sure we’ve all heard of the term ‘Karma.’ In general, karma refers to the cycle of cause and effect, which states that every action a person makes will have an effect on him or her at some point in their lives. This law also applies to a person’s ideas and words, as well as the actions taken on his or her behalf by others.
Today, we’ll look at an excerpt from the wonderful mythical book ‘Dev Se Mahadev,’ which digs into Lord Shiva’s 7 Laws of Karma.
The author of the book studies the complete ‘Shivpuran’ to comprehend Shiva as religion, which is known as ‘Shiva Dharma,’ according to the mind journal. He also did an extensive study on mythology’s contrary, science, in order to connect the two and develop a concept that helps people grasp the many forms of ‘Shiva Karma’ rules that they must follow in their life in order to achieve the ultimate form of existence.
But did you know that the seven Shiva Karma rules can assist you in reaching the ultimate level of enlightenment and existence?
Now let’s delve into Shiva Karma’s 7 law;
The truth is the first law of Shiva Karma. This law instructs its adherents to walk the road of truth, fairness, and honesty toward themselves and others. Remember that while untruthfulness and deceitfulness may win tiny battles, the truth always wins the war.
2. Knowledge is God.
A single individual cannot be knowledgeable about everything, but everyone may be knowledgeable about something. We should seek that seed of wisdom within ourselves and focus our karma on it.
3. Everything is a trick of the light.
If your happiness is dependent on the worldly items you own, no matter what life you’re living or where you are, happiness is an illusion for you, and it will vanish with that object. The third Shiva Karma commandment instructs devotees not to put their pleasure on material possessions.
4. There’s more to life than happiness.
The world we live in is becoming increasingly self-centred. Everyone is concerned with their own pleasure and is unconcerned with the happiness of those around them. True happiness, on the other hand, has no bounds, and it can only be felt when we have discovered the germ of wisdom inside us and are honest with others and ourselves.
Remember that happiness comes from the inside out, not the outside in.
5. Don’t be defined by your shape.
If you’ve ever seen a cheerful person, you’ll see that the illusion has no power over them. Put them in any scenario, anywhere, and they will remain calm and comfortable in their minds. As a result, the fifth and most important law of Shiva Karma is to practise being formless like water.
6. Make use of all of your senses.
All of our senses come together to operate in appropriate coordination when our mind is at peace with our heart and we pursue the road of self-realisation. The pleasure you receive when you attain this stage in your physical shape is unrivalled.
7. The dawn of enlightenment is rising.
You acquire enlightenment by following the Shiva Karma principles. For a person, this is the highest state of being. You get self-realisation as well as a correct comprehension of nature and reality in this state of mind.