What Kind of Karma Do You Have?
Karma is believed to be the sum total of all of the good and bad deeds you did in your current lifetime as well as previous ones.
Your past and current actions have determined your path, opened and closed certain doors, and given you numerous ways to improve yourself and the world around you.
Every action has a consequence.
Consequences create ripples in the universe and karma is an invisible force that will teach you specific karmic and spiritual lessons.
So, are you wondering where your KARMA really stands?
Wonder no more, press the “Let’s Play!” button below to begin:
So what type of karma did you get?
I got the wild Karma:
Zane, you have Wild Karma!
You came to this earth plane to have different experiences, explore new ideas, break outside the comfort zone, go crazy and live life to the fullest.
You’ve suffered enough in past lives, and now it’s your turn to have a wild fun ride!
Your karma has given you plenty of opportunities to live it up and we say: keep it up!
You have an adventurous soul!
And you’re always ready to give something completely new and different a try!
That’s so o true for me, here I am jumping outside of a plane:
Explore more as your karma wants you to experience more.
The more you explore, the happier you’ll get!
I explore often to continue my growth process as I evolve as a human being and transcend my mind’s limitations.
Are you ready?
Make sure to let me know in the comment section at the end of this article.
With luv, light, and gratitude,
Ps. sharing is caring, so pass this one fun quiz to your circle of family & friends and see what’s their results might be 🙂
P.P.S. Enjoyed this quiz? Then you’re in for quite a sweet treat as I have more for you, go check out my QUIZZES section.
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