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Karma has many definitions and translations depending on what you read or who you ask. But at it’s base is a pure simple definition. From there all other interpretations and meanings modify the base meaning. But they do not change it’s pure meaning.

The base meaning of karma is simple. For every thought, desire, and action a person has either good or bad. The same will be returned to them either immediately or in the future. That is all there is to the base meaning of karma. Everything else you know or hear about karma is an expansion of it’s base meaning.

In Christianity karma can be summarized by this passage in the bible.  Every person shall reap what one sows (Galatians 6:7). Here again this passage is a good definition of karma.

A common theme to theories of karma is its principle of causality. One of the earliest association of karma to causality occurs in the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad of Hinduism. For example it states:

“Now as a man is like this or like that,
according as he acts and according as he behaves, so will he be;
a man of good acts will become good, a man of bad acts, bad;
he becomes pure by pure deeds, bad by bad deeds;

And here they say that a person consists of desires,
and as is his desire, so is his will;
and as is his will, so is his deed;
and whatever deed he does, that he will reap”.

Brihadaranyaka Upanishad, 7th Century BCE

Okay so what, you might be saying. Why is this so important for me to learn. What will knowing more about karma do for my life. Karma is important in your life because it will centralize your focus on yourself and assist you in getting in tune with how you perceive yourself. How your thoughts are effecting your feelings. Then in turn how both of these are effecting your actions. Once you have a better understanding of how you perceive yourself and how you are feeling and acting towards others is effecting your life. You then can focus on areas of yourself that if changed would bring positive impact to your life. As you heal yourself and bring your life into a new positive direction. How you are perceived by and treat others will naturally improve and this in turn will have a positive effect on their life.

The ripple effect. As a pebble dropped in water that rolls out in all directions. As more people effect positive change to themselves more ripples will be created and at some point a tsunami will be created that will draw more and more people into this new positive way of life.

The ultimate goal of affecting the lives of people into a more positive existence together will bring about a calming effect to all the hatred and perceived differences among the people and nations of the world. That is when a shift to becoming a more peaceful world will start to be the new norm.

World peace will never be achieved by putting out a in your face loud movement. But will only reach a lasting effect when the personal attitude of each person in the world has changed.

Our message we are sharing with you is one that says using karma as your personal focus to improve your life through the realization that your own thoughts, desires and actions are the base problem in your life. Use karma to fix you. And then share the new you with all who you come in contact with.

The karma on our logo represents you. The dove and olive branch represents you willing to be open minded and look past differences in other people and live a peaceful existence with them.

Put a touch of karma in the palm of your hand and experience what happens next.

John And Melissa

The Founders

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Small acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world.
Howard Zinn
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Tribute To John Lennon (press release)

Press Release   For Immediate Release
December 2, 2016

John Lennon His passion lives on



 Achieving Unity and more peace in the world can only be accomplished by changing the
attitude of each and every person on a personal level.

Wichita, Kansas: The Founders Of touch of karma wish to honor the memory and passion of
John with this tribute.

John had a passion to see unity and peace between the people of the world. The lyrics to
his great song “Imagine” gave us a road map to follow on how we could achieve more unity
and peace between us.

John was telling us to put aside all the things that we as people perceive as differences
between us. Our race, our gender, our religion and Geographical differences. So we could
open our minds and see each other as equals. Each deserving to live a peaceful rewarding life.
People of the world are losing their compassion and respect for each other.

We are getting an attitude of me-ism. We are literally attacking each other on an ever increasing scale. It is time to put an end to all this and just follow the message John Lennon wrote in the lyrics of his song .

The world can honor the memory and passion of John Lennon. By coming together and
putting aside all our differences. Making this world a nicer place for each of us.

May the memory and passion of John Lennon stay fresh in our minds and an inspiration to us
all forever.

The founders™

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When You Meet…

Whenever I meet even a ‘foreigner’,
I have always the same feeling:
‘I am meeting another member of the human family.,
This attitude has deepened
My affection and respect for all beings.
May this natural wish be
My small contribution to world peace.
I pray for a more friendly,
More caring, and more understanding
Human family on this planet.
To all who dislike suffering,
Who cherish lasting happiness –
This is my heartfelt appeal.

Written by the Dalai Lama

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Put a touch of karma in the palm of your hand..


Karma-Logo-My-Design-1-300x244The dove and olive branch is one of the most ancient symbols of peace.
The story of the dove and the olive first appeared in the Biblical story of Noah’s Ark as mentioned in Genesis 8 :11-

The olive branch also is a symbol of a new beginnings. When the dove returned with the olive branch, Noah and the others knew that the waters had subsided and now it was about time to start a new beginning with Our Heavenly Father,

Today, “extending an olive branch” is a phrase often used for when people make efforts to resolve fights or disputes, big and small.

For-Logo-1-300x60The Simpliest definition for karma is found in the bible. For whatever a person shall soweth that they shall also reap. All of our positive words, thoughts and commands lead to beneficial effects for a person.  Bad deeds, words, thoughts, and commands lead to harmful effects. These effects are not necessarily immediate.  But their effects will come back to you.

logo-200The Putting together of Dove and olive branch and the principles of karma in their basic forms creates a foundation for bringing peace and harmony to your life. Bringing calmness and inner peace to yourself. Will influence all your thoughts, feelings and actions with those around you. Karma is about you. You create your own karma through all your thoughts, feelings and actions. The dove and olive branch is a symbol of you sharing your inner peace to be at peace with the rest of the world.

To bring positive change to your life you must first bring positive change to all your thoughts, feelings and how you perceive you. Next you must have a greater respect and compassion for those around you. And these two are made possible by you taking full responsibility for all your thoughts, feelings and actions towards your self and all others.

Ying YangDo these three things and you will be in balance with yourself and those around you. You will experience a inner peace and harmony that will bring contentment and happiness into your life.

The ying yang here represents balance of the inner and outter you. When each is equal you will be at peace and in harmony with yourself  and the rest of the world



This medallion will change all aspects of your life. Put one in the palm of your hand and use it as a constant reminder that you are in control of your life.

If every person on earth followed this simplest of concepts then we would be a world at peace.

The Founder


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