THEORY OF KARMA

Your soul is an immortal body of light. It’s Absolute and super conscious essence is identical to with God. Yet, this identity needs to be realized and unfolded within the soul. Toward this goal your soul undertakes many, many lifetimes in a physical body. You are now the sum total of all your past lives. You undergo every conceivable human experience as the forces of the body, ego and desire manifest. In the latter lives the forces are transmuted toward spirituality. Finally, your soul realizes God. After resolving all residual karmas, your soul no longer incarnates into human form. As the Agamas and Vedas teach, the soul continues its evolution in the inner worlds. Therefore, you live joyously, strive for spiritual enfoldment and do not fear death.

The Hindus believe that birth and death are the jugglery of Maya. There is birth for the body alone. Five elements - earth, water, fire, air, and ether-combine to form the body, while the Aiman is birth less and deathless. These elements are dissolved after death and go back to their sources. In reality, no one is born and no one dies. Death is only the casting off of the physical body, a deep slumber or sleep. It is like the separation of the soul from the physical body.

Three types of Karmas

There are three different types of karma: Karma that we have accumulated through the centuries from past lives; Karma we are working on now that resulted from the past; Karma we are creating now that will determine your future.


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