Karma-Sutra III: Karma, God, Destiny, And The Laws Of The Universe

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Lets consider now the common concept, according to which “karma” is “destiny.” In fact, the relations of fate and karma is a question to large extent, not for the scholars of religion, but for the psychologists. Someone of them has formulated it as follows: “sow an act — reap a habit, sow a habit — reap character, saw character – get your destiny” — a good illustration of the law of karma in application to human life.

All the creature’s actions, even the smallest and the simplest, automatic and unconscious (on the levels “of each chakra”, or, simpler, at the level of the body, emotions, and mind) affect its fate, but do not determine (more…)

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Karma Sutra II: Interconnectedness and contingency

Dharmachakra malindawords.blogspot.com  300x300 Karma Sutra II: Interconnectedness and contingencyIn light of previous definition of karma we conclude that randomness does not exist; when we allow ourselves to mark some thing in the perception of the universe as “random”, we just sign the testimony of our minds’ cognitive impotence to grasp the wholeness of cause-effect connections that have led to the result, or the testimony of laziness or lack of resources to continue research.
Practical scientists, recognizing the limitations of our ability to calculate and thus foresee all the interactions, (more…)

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Karma Sutra I: WHAT IS KARMA AND HOW TO LIVE WITH IT

bltc.com  Karma Sutra I: WHAT IS KARMA AND HOW TO LIVE WITH ITAt school, explaining the Indian concept of karma, tutorials used to focus on karma’s work in “next incarnations”, on its role as determinant of “next life” and avoided analysis of the concept of karma in application to this, “present” life. I’m sure, this image was incorporated into the Soviet school program to show how silly hindus with their religion and philosophy are in the light of communist-atheist perception of reality.

Effects of karma, especially of that aspect, which deals with return/bringing back into our lives “unpleasant” things and actions, that some people call “karmic retribution” is of much more interest for us than some hypothetical consequences in hypothetical “next life”.

Many Hindus, whom I boldly questioned about it, told that they do not believe in the “next life” (more…)

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