Karma stands with her hands extended in the
form of giving and receiving - both aspects of the
same universal energy. Her head tilts slightly upward
and is crowned with a braided wreath suggestive of
a Greek Goddess. Her heart is strong, fused glass.
Glass beads adorn her ears. She holds in her hands
a red heart with the symbol of peace fused on one
side. ( Her hands could also hold a wishing
rock or a candle.) The vines that grow up her body
The ancient idea of Karma has been stated in
many ways: It has been referred to as the Sacred
Hoop. You've heard the saying, "What goes around,
comes around." Deepak Chopra says it best in his
third chapter of The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success; "The
law of Karma or cause and effect - Every action generates
a force of energy that returns to us in like kind.
What we sow is what we reap. And when we choose action
that brings happiness and success to others, the
fruit of our karma is happiness and success."
Bronze sculpture 3 feet tall mounted on 30" base = 5 ½' high
Sculpture designed by Cheryl Collins