NO! Bad Karma is not responsible for the yellowing of your plant. Be aware that the frequency and quantity of watering do not follow any defined rule. All this will depend on the variety of the plant, the humidity of its environment, its drainage, the heat...
So when and how watering ? Nothing could be simpler, you just dip your finger into the second phalanx: it's dry: you water, it's wet: do nothing!
TOO MUCH WATER IS...TOO MUCH!
Water gently with temperate water not to displace the soil nor damage the roots. Watering is sufficient when the water flows from the underside of the pot.
Leaves and / or stems are drooping or turning yellow and dropping and the soil is waterlogged and spongy:
Then: You probably have watered it too much. Let your plant rest and stop watering it for a while.
Leaves and / or stems are dry, turning yellow or brown and falling off and the soil is crumbly and dry:
Then: You haven't watered it enough, go grab your best watering can and hydrate your plant.