KARMA AND INCARNATION PRINCIPLE IN HINDU RELIGION
The Hindu Religion is a big treasure of Golden principles settled by the Great saints who sacrificed their life in research for the benefit of the mankind. The twin beliefs of deeds (karma) and reincarnation (re-birth) are among one of the Hinduism's many jewels of great knowledge. The principles are not mere assumptions but are the laws of the cosmos.
Our great saints (rishis) researches that the God's force of gravity shapes cosmic order, karma shapes the order of our life journey. Our sequence of various lives are the basic reason behind creating and resolving positive and negative deeds and their combination, because in every life we create some positive or negative deeds or Karmas. During the succession of a soul's lives-through the mysteries of our higher chakras and God's and Guru's Grace-no karmic situation will arise that exceeds an individual's ability to resolve it in love and understanding.
Literal meaning of Karma is "deed or act," but in broad, it describes the principle of cause and effect or action and reaction.
These days people talks too much about "Past Life" and are very keen about their past lives and are spending time, money and efforts to explore their past life, which is in actual is unnecessary. Indeed it is a natural protection not to know about your past life which relives us from past trauma or becoming obsessed more with our past lives that our present life that the inner recesses of the muladhara memory chakra are not easily accessed. For, as we exist now is a sum total of all our past lives. In our present moment, our body and mind state is the cumulative result of the entire spectrum of our past lives. So, this is not significant that the intellectual know these two key principles of Karma and Incarnation, but significant this is how we live currently to positively shapes our karma and opens up spiritually. Knowing the law, that we are responsible for the fruits of karmas from past lives and creating karma that will project into future, will definitely advance us spiritually as we can try to neutralize our act or Karma.
In simple, the law of Karma is the law of action and reaction which affect, manage and governs our consciousness. Most of the people know the principle of physics postulated by Sir Isaac Newton that for every action there is an equal opposite reaction. In spiritual science i.e. science beyond science, the law of karma stats that for every physical, mental and even emotional act, whether significant or insignificant, big or small, is manifested out in psychic mind substance and finally returns to the individual with equal reaction or impact in various forms / events.
Actually our higher Chakras or energy centers can store and record in their memory and such cosmic memory at our higher chakras level records the impressions of our souls during its series of lives on earth, and in the astral/mental worlds in-between earth existences. Our ancient Yogi, while psychically studying the time line of cause/effect, divided the karmas or deeds in three categories.
Ã˜ The first is sanchita karma or collected deed, the sum total of our past created karma which are yet to be experience or resolved by us.
Ã˜ The second is prarabdha Karma, this is that portion of sanchita karma, the effect of which is being experienced in the present life.
Ã˜ The Third one is Kriyamana Karma, this is type of Karma or deeds which we are creating presently by our mental, physical or emotional acts.
However, our yogis / saints also postulated the key to this karmic law, that the negative sanchita karma or negative collective deeds can be transformed into positive or easier state though our loving nature, development of heart chakra, performing pious & religious dharma, mediation and spiritual practice. So, live simply, religiously, positively with love and you will create positive deeds or karma for future and ease the negativity of your past negative deeds. Karma operates not only individually, but also in ever-enlarging circles of group karma where we participate in the sum karma of multiple souls. This includes family, community, nation, race and religion, even planetary group karma. So if we, individually or collectively, unconditionally love and give, we will be loved and given to. The individuals or groups who act soulfully or maliciously toward us are the vehicle of our own karmic creation. The people who manifest your karma are also living through past karma and simultaneously creating future karma. For example, if their karmic pattern did not include miserliness, they would not be involved in your karma of selfishness. Another person may express some generosity toward you, fulfilling the gifting karma of your past experience. Imagine how intricately interconnected all the cycles of karma are for our planet's life forms.
Many people believe in the principle of karma, but don't apply its laws to their daily life or even to life's peak experiences. There is a tendency to cry during times of personal crisis, "Oh God, why you did this to me?" or "I always did good deeds in my life so didn't deserve this?" The believer of Karmic law must know that while the God creator and sustaining the cosmic law of karma, He does not manage or distribute the individual karma. Look at Wrestler or a T. B. Patient, God does not produce T. B. ailment in one's body and fitness / strength of the wrestler in another's, but by exercising our soul's powers of creation, we himself create our own experiences. This principle of Karma, then, is our best spiritual teacher. Spiritually we learn and grow as our actions return to us to be resolved and dissolved. In this highest sense, there is no good and bad karma; there is self-created experience that presents opportunities for spiritual advancement of us. If we can't learn the karma lessons, then only we refuses to accept and/or hurt by it, pouring us with physical, mental or emotional. The original substance of our deeds or karmic event is already passed and no longer exists, but this is our current reaction that creates a new condition of Karma or experience. So, we need to neutralize our own reaction to stop this cycle of Karma creation or alternatively practice to surrender our Karmas to God spiritually by not expecting the fruit of it.
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