So the typical view of Karma is kind of like a do unto others what you would have them do to you. Do good things, and good things will come back to you. Do bad things and you reap what you sew. Maybe Indian mystics may say thats a Westernized version, a bit watered down, but you know what I mean. Well what do you think of this? Lets say your the victim. Someone does something bad to you. They flake on you, hurt you emotionally, hurt you physically, screw your over, steal from you, etc. Now you may say, that guy has his coming. One day it'll come back around to him. But how does that help you? We only focus on the perpetrator. What if, to balance it out, the victim needs to then do that to someone else. Maybe not that week, or month, but at some point in the future. Let's say someone sells you an item on craigslist like a TV or something. Tells you everything is great. You pay top dollar only to find out when you get home he ripped you off. It doesn't work and the guy who cheated you is nowhere to be found. Maybe to balance out the negative energy, you have to do that to someone else. Reverse Karma.