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TSM16/38 Good Karma = A Great Life

Their Story Matters with Sara Troy and her guests Darlene Lieblich Tipton aired from September 20th on. 

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Los Angeles Senior couple creates uniqustart-upup social website based on the concept of Karma to acknowledge good behavior, expose bad behavior, and make the world a better place

Sometimes it seems like the world is caught in an endless cycle of acrimony and retribution. From wars and terrorist attacks to petty slights and insults that explode into full-blown disputes and destroy relationships, bad behavior seems to reign. Yet you don’t have to look far to find people who practice kindness and intentionally work to sow peace, friendship and goodwill.

That’s the intention of Darlene and Ken Tipton, aka “Karma Dar” and “Karma Ken”. The California couple created around the simple non-religious concept of “What goes around, comes around.”

Marketing surveys show that over 180 million Americans believe in this Karma concept. 67% of women, 46% of men, and 73% of the LGBT community are true believers. courtesy, and honesty, through the giving of Green Karma Cards. exposes acts of unkindness, discourtesy, and dishonesty, through the giving of Red Karma Cards.

Even though the two types of Karma Cards are given for different reasons, BOTH types of Karma Cards are treated the same way when they are registered in your free account. When a Karma Card is registered, it generates a positive Karma Point for that person and ALSO for EVERY person who registered the same Karma Card in the past.

When someone receives and registers a Red Karma Card, it is assumed the person has “owned their actions” and taken personal responsibility for their bad behavior. If they haven’t, then Karma WILL pay them a visit.

As long as the Green or Red Karma Cards you registered keep being passed on, you earn UNLIMITED Karma Points. Your Karma Points are redeemable as Karma Cash toward donations to registered charities or for any consumer Gift Card.

Your registered Karma Cards are tracked and mapped in your personal account along with Karma Points and your Karma Cash. The tracking and mapping system charts how far and how fast your Karma Cards travel around the world as you build your own personal Karma Connections.

You’ll be able to monitor your personal Karma Quotient as your Karma Cards are passed on. Your personal Karma Quotient affects your quality of life and happiness, which only you control.

There are three ways to get Karma Cards. They can be awarded to you from others, you may find them scattered around the world, or you may buy them online.



For mobile/tablets you can download free apps here:  http;//


Karma Ambassador Darlene Tipton, aka. “Karma Dar,” is co-creator with her husband of AmazingKarma, a website and mobile app designed to help people reward acts of kindness, courtesy, and honesty, and expose acts of unkindness, discourtesy, and dishonesty. A child abuse survivor, breast cancer victor and five-time Jeopardy Champion, Darlene has a long career in radio,

television and film that includes working as a Hollywood studio executive and now as award-winning independent producer.

More here. karma-dar


Karma Ambassador Ken Tipton, aka. “Karma Ken,” is co-creator with his wife Darlene Tipton of AmazingKarma., a website and mobile app designed to help people reward acts of kindness, courtesy, and honesty, and expose acts of unkindness, discourtesy, and dishonesty. A serial entrepreneur, Ken is a writer/actor/producer/director and subject of the award-winning film “HEART of the BEHOLDER,” which was based on his family’s true story.

Darlene and Ken met in 2001 when Darlene produced a movie based on Ken’s family’s true story. HEART of the BEHOLDER was based on his family’s true story. It won five Best Feature Film awards and was the movie debut of Chloe Grace Moretz.

Ken and Darlene were married in 2005. They now live in Los Angeles where he is a writer/actor/producer/director. They have continued developing independent movie, TV, and Internet projects. They have expanded their entrepreneurial ventures by owning and remotely operating from Los Angeles the #1 pet waste removal company in St. Louis, Doody Calls.

In February 2016, Ken and Darlene launched based on their personal philosophy of Karma, defined as the non-religious concept of “What goes around, comes around.” They believe that good Karma comes from simply doing the right thing, and that owning one’s actions, making amends, then moving ahead is the key to a higher quality of life.

When you sign up say you heard from it here and she will add 50% more cards free. 

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