The Concept of Karma in Hinduism, Sri Sri Ravishankar of Art of Living explaining about the concept of Karma in his own words. Now Karma means what? You have heard so much about Karma. The real meaning of is Karma is Action. Action can be classified into three: The past, present and future. The past […]
Karma in Hinduism
Are all relationships based on previous Karma?
Yes. Do you know, sometimes a soul who wants to come into the world, it picks up one man and one woman and then creates such an attraction between them. So these two people come closer, and the moment they have the first child, suddenly all the love disappears between them. How many of you […]
Which is more important, Karma (Action) or Bhagya (Destiny) ?
“Which is more important, Karma (Action) or Bhagya (Destiny)”? The question asked at the Satsang of Sri Sri Ravishankar, Founder of Art of Living. Guruji answered it like this.. Do you want to watch the television first or hear it first? Both of these go hand in hand. If there are two shops adjacent to […]
How Karma works for young kids that die painfully, or babies who die in the mother’s womb?
How Karma works for young kids that die painfully, or babies who die in the mother’s womb? You know, karma is unfathomable. It is very deep, like measuring the depth of an ocean. Which karma, where, what? It is all simply too big to explain, but it is the cause for any action. No event […]
Which is needed for attainment of Karma – Sattva or Rajas?
It is said that sattva (purity) is needed for the attainment of karma (action). But is rajas not required for karma? In my case if I do a lot of sadhana then I don’t feel like doing anything. There is another meaning of sattva – purity of intellect. Intellect is also called Sattva. But, to […]
Karma Siddhantha says ‘Man reaps the fruits of his deeds’
The gudielines for an ideal life contained in the Divine law are being faithfully followed by many sincere people. But, at times they too are baffled by challenging problems. They get distressed and wonde why they are being punished for no fault of theirs. Scriptures provide explanations for such riddles and prescribe acts of atonements […]