POSITIVE AFFIRMATIONS FOR SELF DISCIPLINE
Karma that literally means action. Whether it is Hinduism or Buddhism karma refers to action determined by intention which leads to future consequences. Those intentions are considered to be the deciding factor in the cycle of rebirth. Good moral actions leads to healthy rebirths (human) while bad moral actions leads to rebirths as animals, insects and plants. The main factor is how they considered to the well-being of others in a positive or negative manner. Bhagwad Gita reiterates not to expect the fruits of your actions but to continue your action without any self-interests. By Positive Affirmations for Self Discipline, we may become self-conscious.
What you sow so shall you reap:
Many of us appreciate ourselves for the wrong doing in concealed manner. We are happy because our bad intentions or self-interests are not noticed. But the universal consciousness witnesses every actions and intentions of the lives produced by its command. Though one can evade punishments for abasing other’s wealth or aiding others to do so from the law, but, he may not be able hide it from his own consciousness. The eternal law will restore its judgement sooner or later.
The Golden Chain of Karma:
Noble moral actions leads to accumulate good karma and evil moral actions leads to accumulate bad karma. Whether it is good or bad karma, one ought to enjoy the fruits of his action that means both of the actions leads to rebirth. That is why even noble moral actions are described as golden chin of karma. When one liberates himself from likes and dislikes his actions will also become selfless thus one can evade from rebirth.
Positive Affirmations for Self-discipline
I acknowledge my resistance and move forward anyway. All my choices are in agreement with my desires. Every day I improve my willpower through persistent practice. I am above all temptations. All my habits are under my complete control. I am in complete control of my thoughts, my actions, and my life. Every day my willpower becomes stronger. I always put forth my best efforts into everything I do. Exercising self-control gives me an immense feeling of accomplishment. I always do what I say I will do. My word is law. Every moment of every day I am becoming more and more disciplined. I always follow through. I am fully in control of all that I do.
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