Karma means as you sow so you reap or anybody does something with intention, whether it is good or bad then the karmic effect could reach tenfold but the person who is on the spiritual path the karmic effect could reach a hundredfold. Actually, this is no exaggeration and is to be taken literally. So if we deliberately misuse one’s power then it will bring severe karmic repercussions. “God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows.” (Galatians 6:7). Therefore, it is wiser and better to do good rather than evil deeds because karma is exact and anyhow it will going to find you.
You don’t have to blindly accept my words rather you can experiment by doing something not too negative and observe what happens. You can also try doing something positive like decreeing, tithing or daan as we say in Hindu tradition and observe what happens.
The law of karma is not fatalistic but is self-determining or self-directing. It simply means that you and only you are responsible and accountable for your deeds, words, thoughts, and feelings. Now let me tell you a very interesting fact that apart from speaking and acting, thinking and feeling also generates karma. So now you are a wiser judge for yourself for your own karmic account. Always be happy also in adverse condition. It is by learning your lessons, by doing good deeds and by working hard and intelligently that you can reverse an adverse condition. It is by working out or overcoming negative karmas that one is purified and gains inner strength and wisdom.