Ken suggested that since we had been collecting Karma Points for years, why not redeem some points in hope of getting a parking place? We laughed and in unison pledged to redeem 50 personal Karma Points each for any kind of parking close to restaurant. Neither of us really expected anything to happen, but it was fun and exciting to pull all the way around the park and head toward the restaurant hoping to find any place to park.
As we rounded the final turn toward the restaurant, a soft golden ray of sunshine broke through the typical California marine layer of low-lying clouds and pinpointed a vacant parking space – right in front of the restaurant! We laughed harder than we had ever laughed before. All through our chicken dinner we talked about our first-hand karmic experiences and wondered how we could bring our family's Karma game to the Internet. Dozens of napkins were written and drawn upon with suggestions and ideas. Ken took the ideas and started building our website.
During that time many other instances of karmic surprise occurred when we mentally or audibly redeemed Karma Points, from getting First Class upgrades at hotels and on commercial air flights, to Ken winning his first poker tournament using a Karma Coin as a poker card protector.
I am a skeptic by education and life experience, but the things I have seen and experienced by following the simple rules of karmic cause and effect have unquestionably increased my quality of life and happiness.
I don’t have the answers to everything, but I do know this: Good Karma comes by simply doing the right thing. Own your actions, make amends, then move ahead.
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