Origin of karma
Examples from the Web for karmic
Let's call it the Karmic Information Trade-Off, or, alternatively, the Best Thai Restaurant in Bozeman Trade-Off.
That felt fair, karmic, a small step toward evening up the score.
Astraea is the starry Lady of the Scales, a sort of karmic, astral Venus who weighs one's deeds.
If Saraswati was a god in the eyes of his followers, then the threat of karmic retribution was his thunderbolt.
To ignore him was to ignore God and risk a knock back down to the bottom of the karmic ladder.
The karmic law has been satisfied through your slight suffering by fire.'Autobiography of a YOGI|Paramhansa Yogananda
He realized his departure from the fifty-seven Paths, but he did not dream that as yet he had come up to his Karmic Destiny.
I am thinking also of you, and of the Karmic consequences of this Act.
In his little room far up under the hunched shoulders of the house, Bunker Bean sat reviewing his Karmic past.Bunker Bean|Harry Leon Wilson
And this is the karmic evil arising out of sin committed in a former life.The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa Bk. 3 Pt. 2|Translated by Kisari Mohan Ganguli
British Dictionary definitions for karmic
Word Origin for karma
Word Origin and History for karmic (1 of 2)
1827, in Buddhism, the sum of a person's actions in one life, which determine his form in the next; from Sanskrit karma "action, work, deed; fate," related to krnoti, Avestan kerenaoiti "makes," Old Persian kunautiy "he makes;" from PIE root *kwer- "to make, form," related to the second element in Sanskrit.