• promote good in others
  • keep only three small plants in the bedroom to promote health, harmony, and well-being
  • promote safe schools
  • promote uncompromising vision
  • promote the spirit of Christmas all year long
  • avoid rajasic foods (very hot, bitter, sour, dry, salty) which promote agitation and discontentment
  • promote a society where no child is abused
  • walk in silence, promote the integration of muscles, mind, and spirit
  • burn a white candle to promote peace and spirituality
  • promote the creation of a local bike path
  • practice qigong to stimulate the circulation of chi throughout the body and promote self-healing
  • avoid tamasic foods (meat, alcohol, onions, garlic; fermented, stale, overripe foods), which promote lethargy, laziness, and inactivity
  • use red in rooms with lots of activity or to promote passion
  • promote peace, education, and reconciliation within families, communities, nations, and in the world
  • promote non-electronic children's playtime

Instant Karma is a universe of things a reader can do, right now, to cultivate good karma. And, like pennies going into a piggy bank, each is a seemingly little thing - but feed the bank day after day and feel it grow richer and happier.