Karma literally means “action”. Action always comes with the consequence of the action. The law of karma is the law of action and reaction, illustrated by the well known saying “what we reap is what we sow”, and also the law of retribution, which explains that “what we receive is the result of what we did in the past”. Nothing is by accident, merit, demerit, honor, or dishonor; any happening in our lives is the result of karma.

Teaching of lord Buddha

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Gautama Buddha, also known as Siddhartha Buddha was a sage who started to impact thousands of lives in sixth and fourth BCE (Before Common Era) with his profound spiritual wisdom. The word ‘Buddha’ means the enlightened one or the awakened one. No ma...

Dyan yoga

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Dhyana is a Sanskrit word meaning "meditation." It is derived from the root words, dhi, meaning “receptacle” or “the mind”; and yana, meaning “moving” or “going.” An alternate root word, dhyai, means "to think of." In Hindu traditions that are derive...

Janana yoga

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Yoga began as a mental practice to discover techniques and methods of using the mind to decrease suffering and to discover and create more contentment, joy, and peace. As yoga continued to be refined, developed and studied, it became more diverse in...


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Definition - What does Raja Yoga mean?   Raja yoga is more popularly known as Ashtanga yoga, or the "eightfold path" that leads to spiritual liberation. Ancient Sanskrit texts describe Raja yoga as being the ultimate goal of yoga practice, rather tha...

Types of karma's

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kinds of Karma It is said that there are three kinds of karma: past karma, present karma and future karma. The three are inter-related and can be summed up thus: The present karma is the result of the past karmas, and is our reaction to the...