About Reincarnations and Karma
The concepts of karma and reincarnation. One part of the people believe in their existence, the other does not understand the meaning of these words do or understand how something in his own way.
To understand this topic completely, human, I must go to the source of knowledge, which he tells about the nature of karma and reincarnation. In this case will help the scriptures Bhagavad - gita, which describes the law of karma. Bhagavad-Gita, It is part of the ancient Aryan epic Mahabharata.

One of the main heroes of the epic, Arjuna, preparing for battle aware, that in the ranks of his opponents are members of his family, his teachers and mentors. Fell in smyatenye, Arjuna decides not to take part in the battle. Krishna (Vseprivlikayushtiy), because in those days it was called God, playing the role of a charioteer his chariot, among other things explains to Arjuna the concept of "debt" and convinces him that, that it is a duty to fight in the upcoming battle. All the "Bhagavad Gita" is the conversation between Krishna and Arjuna on the different aspects of life and philosophical topics.
Karma means "action" or "activity" in a broader sense, it embodies the universal principles of cause and effect, activity and its consequences, action and retribution, which are ubiquitous in life. Karma is not fate - people act in accordance with the free will, creating their own destiny.
according to knowledge, if my seem good - we know each other well, if we sow, we will reap evil abuse. Karma is the aggregate of all of our actions and their consequences both in this, as in the previous embodiments, which determine our future. Effect of karma can be overcome by reasonable activity without attachment to the fruits of it, carried out in accordance with the regulations of the scriptures and by loving service to God (Bhag yoga)
The law of karma has a spiritual origin. Not many people see the direct intervention of God in the karmic processes, while others are considering the natural laws of action and their consequences as a sufficient explanation of the effects of karma. Karma is not a punishment or reward, but it is a natural consequence of the activities of the living being.
Karmic effects can be neutralized with the appropriate action, and are not necessarily part of the destiny of the soul, inalterable. That is, a specific action, practiced in the present, does not bind the soul to some certain future experience or reaction - karma is not so simple relation between reward and punishment.
Karma is divided into three types: Sanchini (accumulated), prarabdha (bearing fruits) and kriyamana (accumulated at the moment). All kriyamana chi eventually turns into Sanchita-Karma. From stock Sanchita karma for each incarnation of the soul taken a handful - and this handful of actions, which is already beginning to bear fruit, and which only the exhausted after, how her fetus will vkushёn, It called prarabdha stern.
Таким образом, while the stock of Sanchita karma is not yet exhausted, part of it is taken as a prarabdha karma, giving a living being karmic results in this life, and holding it in the cycle of life and death. Jiva – a living being can not attain moksha (liberation from the cycle of birth and death) until, until the accumulated stock of Sanchita karma is not fully exhausted.
All living beings are endowed by God desired and unwanted fruits of their former deeds (pious and impious). Do not be so, it would not be among the living creatures no accident. Mahabharata
KARMA (act)
Karma is a Sanskrit word and means - act, a business, act. It is the universal law of cause and effect, according to which the righteous or sinful actions of man determine his fate, they experienced pain or pleasure.
The law of karma is implementing the consequences of human actions, both positive, and a negative character, and, in this way, It makes man responsible for his life, for all the suffering and pleasure, she brings him. results, or "fruits of karma", called karma-phala. The action of the law of karma includes both past, and the future of human life.
The concept of karma goes back to the early Upanishads, by which all living beings are responsible for their karma - their actions and their consequences - and for their liberation from the cycle of birth and death, samsara. God, as a distributor of fruits of karma can change the karma of living beings.
Reincarnation (transmigration of the soul)
Reincarnation - the Latin word translated as - re-incarnation, immortal essence of a living being is reincarnated again and again from one body to another. This immortal essence in different traditions called spirit or soul, "Divine spark", "Higher" or "true self".

In each life a person develops a new soul in the physical world, but also a certain part of the "I" of the living entity remains unchanged, moving from body to body in a series of reincarnations. There are presented in a number of traditions that, that the chain of reincarnations has some purpose and soul in it undergoes evolution. The idea of ​​the transmigration of souls of not only a number of religious systems, but also it occurs more often in science.

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