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Karma part 2 In many respects what we put in is what we get out in all our words deeds, thoughts and actions is common to most cultures. Karma is a sum of all that an individual has done, is currently doing and will do. The effects of all deeds actively create present and future experiences, thus making one responsible for one's own life, and the pain in others. In religions that incorporate reincarnation, karma extends through one's present life and all past and future lives as well. Not all karma rebounds immediately. Some accumulate and return unexpectedly in this or other births. In Hinduism the Bhagavad Gita describes the original concept of karma in which Arjuna is preparing for a battle, when he then realises that the enemy consists of members of his own family and decides not to fight. This was later enhanced by several other movements within the religion, most notably Vedanta, and Tantra. In Buddhism, karma is strictly distinguished from "fruit" or "result". Karma is one element in a chain of cause and effect. Any action is understood to create "seeds" in the mind that will sprout into the appropriate result when they meet with the right conditions. Certain types of karma, with good or bad result, will keep one within the wheel of others will liberate one.......Next Page
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Karma part 2 In many respects what we put in is what we get out in all our words deeds, thoughts and actions is common to most cultures. Karma is a sum of all that an individual has done, is currently doing and will do. The effects of all deeds actively create present and future experiences, thus making one responsible for one's own life, and the pain in others. In religions that incorporate reincarnation, karma extends through one's present life and all past and future lives as well. Not all karma rebounds immediately. Some accumulate and return unexpectedly in this or other births. In Hinduism the Bhagavad Gita describes the original concept of karma in which Arjuna is preparing for a battle, when he then realises that the enemy consists of members of his own family and decides not to fight. This was later enhanced by several other movements within the religion, most notably Vedanta, and Tantra. In Buddhism, karma is strictly distinguished from "fruit" or "result". Karma is one element in a chain of cause and effect. Any action is understood to create "seeds" in the mind that will sprout into the appropriate result when they meet with the right conditions. Certain types of karma, with good or bad result, will keep one within the wheel of others will liberate one.......Next Page