Category: Yogi Bhajan quotes on Dharma and Karma

When you surrender, the karma surrenders too. You rise like a phoenix from the ashes and the karma remains behind.

–Yogi Bhajan, 07-30-96

The purpose of visiting Earth and being human is to unload your karma here, not carry it to the next life.

–Yogi Bhajan, 7/30/96

The moment you are in dharma and dharma is your priority, you will never be subject to karma—you are free, you are liberated, you are fine. You are yourself. And then you enjoy yourself. You say what you feel, you do what you feel, you are an elevated self. It’s very fine; it’s very neat.

–Yogi Bhajan, 7/30/96

What is the reality of life? Incur no more karma. If you incur more karma, the cycle of birth and death will continue. You can’t afford it. You want to be free. You want to go home.

–Yogi Bhajan, 7/30/96

As you sow, so shall you reap, otherwise you will be a creep.

–Yogi Bhajan, 7/25/96

Where there is Dharma there is no karma. So we have to lean on Dharmic values and we have to build a Dharmic family, we have to relate to that family and we have to relate to it deeply.

–Yogi Bhajan, Aquarian Times, 07-10-1994

It is a distinct nature of the soul that it comes on the Earth to be living forever by merging in the Creator. It has a price and that price to pay is taught as a science by whichever dharma it is. The dictates of the dharma are the art of living.

–Yogi Bhajan, 4/24/91

Whatever you reap, so shall you sow. If you sow well, you will reap well. If you sow badly, you will weep.

–Yogi Bhajan, 7/14/87

When you live consciously, karma doesn’t touch you.

–Yogi Bhajan, 7/3/87

The ideal philosophy which can be practiced by a human being who has an absolutely yo-yo life, to become committed, strong, and reach the eternal happiness forever—that is dharma.

–Yogi Bhajan, 7/1/87