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EVIL KARMA
KARMAPA KARMA
KARMAS
ACTION
KARMA YOGA
KARMA KAGYU
ATTAIN
SUPREME
REPRODUCTIVE
ARJUNA
BHAKTI YOGA
TH KARMAPA
KAGYU LINEAGE
KARMA PAKSHI
SAMSARA
HINDUISM
REINCARNATION
RSQUO
JAINISM
DUSUM KHYENPA
KARMA LITERALLY
CONDITIONS
REBIRTH
PRARABDHA KARMA
KAGYU TRADITION
PAST
LAW
BAD
LAMA OLE
JNANA YOGA
TRINLEY
NEGATIVE
CONCEPT
JIVA
WISE
RESULT
WHEEL
VOLITIONAL
LIKENED
PREVIOUS
THEOSOPHICAL
CREATE KARMA
KARMA
RANGJUNG DORJE
CAUSE
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Definitions

  1. Karma is the accumulated impression of past activity, either of thought, emotion or physical action. (Web site)
  2. Karma is the -The Power of Thinking,- either positive or negative.
  3. Karma is the cause-and-effect mechanism by virtue of which all actions have inescapable consequences.
  4. Karma is the law that every cause has an effect, i.e., our actions have results. (Web site)
  5. Karma is the eternal justice, and the eternal law. (Web site)
  6. Karma is the cause of rebirth, and each birth is in turn followed by death. (Web site)
  7. Karma is the law of moral causation. (Web site)
  8. Karma: The good and bad deeds that we do adds and subtracts from our accumulated record, our karma. (Web site)
  9. Karma is like potential seed: Vipaka could be likened to the fruit arising from the tree – the effect or result. (Web site)
  10. Karma is like a computer in determining what our rebirth will be. (Web site)

Evil Karma

  1. Since power tends to corrupt, he is likely to create evil karma, resulting in retribution in the third lifetime.
  2. His subsequent birth would be conditioned by the evil Karma in spite of his having gained the jhana earlier. (Web site)

Karmapa Karma

  1. Before he died, the 1st Karmapa predicted his own reincarnation as the 2nd Karmapa Karma Pakshi (1206-1283).
  2. This title of a Vidyadhara was bestowed on H. H. the Karmapa by H. H. the Künzig Shamarpa, second to the Karmapa in the Karma Kagyu tradition.

Karmas

  1. After they exhaust some of their samskara (karma), they are reborn, but only after a very long time.
  2. In Karma Chakra, it represents the method aspect of the wisdom. (Web site)
  3. It is crucial to understand the role emotional of afflictions in creating karma.
  4. Shankaracharya says by practicing Karma, one's mind gets purified. (Web site)
  5. John lived with Rinpoche for a year and a half, during which time he co-founded and ran the Karma Dzong Buddhist Center.

Action

  1. In short, Buddhist social action is justified ultimately and above all by the existence of social as well as individual karma. (Web site)
  2. The Pali term Karma literally means action or doing. (Web site)
  3. There is a hidden power in Karma or action termed 'Adrishta' which brings in fruits of Karmas for the individual. (Web site)
  4. The Karma Yogi should have non-attachment to the fruits of actions. (Web site)

Karma Yoga

  1. One of the four pillars of yoga, Karma yoga focuses on the adherence to duty ( dharma) while remaining detached from the reward.
  2. Karma Yoga is performance of actions dwelling in union with the Divine, removing attachment and remaining balanced ever in success and failure. (Web site)
  3. By performing one's work without attachment or desire for the results of one's actions, karma yoga purifies the mind. (Web site)

Karma Kagyu

  1. The Karmapa (officially His Holiness the Gyalwa Karmapa) is the head of the Karma Kagyu, the largest sub-school of the Kagyupa ( Tib.
  2. He also asked his first Western students, Ole and Hannah Nydahl, to begin starting Karma Kagyu buddhist centers. (Web site)
  3. At the age of 23 Karmapa received his final ordination, along with the initiations and explanations of the highest Karma Kagyu teachings.

Attain

  1. May you all attain Kaivalya Moksha through the practice of Karma Yoga in this very birth. (Web site)
  2. This process continues until the individual attains a zero balance, (no karma remains) wherein one achieves liberation. (Web site)

Supreme

  1. The Supreme Lord said: I taught this imperishable (science of right action, or) Karma-yoga to (King) Vivasvaan.
  2. Karma yoga is simply any work done with Divine ideation and with real love for the Supreme Being and Its Creation.

Reproductive

  1. Karma that conditions the future birth is called Reproductive Karma. (Web site)
  2. His good Reproductive Karma brought him birth in a royal family. (Web site)
  3. The initial consciousness, which is termed the patisandhi rebirth consciousness, is conditioned by this Reproductive (janaka) Karma. (Web site)
  4. According to the Commentary, Reproductive Karma is that which produces mental aggregates and material aggregates at the moment of conception. (Web site)

Arjuna

  1. O Arjuna, know that to be the Karma-yoga which they call Samnyasa.
  2. Questioner: The Gita seems to emphasize Karma Yoga, for Arjuna is persuaded to fight. (Web site)

Bhakti Yoga

  1. You will reap the fruits of Karma Yoga, viz. (Web site)
  2. A synthesis of karma yoga, bhakti yoga, jnana yoga and raja yoga. (Web site)
  3. All Yogas have one technique - self-surrender, whether it is Jnana Yoga or Karma Yoga or Bhakti Yoga or any other Yoga. (Web site)
  4. See: karma, anava, fate, maya, moksha, papa, pasha, punya, sin, soul, karma yoga.
  5. Thus, Bhakti is the fulfilment of Karma, Raja Yoga of Bhakti Yoga, and Jnana of all the preceding three. (Web site)

Th Karmapa

  1. In other words, the predictions of Karma Pakshi and the 5th Karmapa are not ambiguous but actually correct. (Web site)
  2. Urgyen Trinley Dorje's mother's name is Loga; his father's name is Karma D--ndrub Tashi, a name given to him by the 16th Karmapa. (Web site)

Kagyu Lineage

  1. The Gyalwa Karmapa is the head of the Karma Kagyu lineage, and is often called the Black Hat Lama of Tibet.
  2. He is a central figure in the current controversy within the Karma Kagyu lineage and has recognised Thaye Dorje as the current (17th) Karmapa. (Web site)
  3. KTC Dallas — Karma Thegsum Choling Dallas is a center for meditation and study in the Karma Kagyu lineage of Tibetan Buddhism.

Karma Pakshi

  1. Karma Pakshi was persuaded to stay, and received the Kagyu transmission.
  2. As the finished statue was tilted, Karma Pakshi sat at the same angle, and then straightened himself up.
  3. He was especially beloved to the ruling Munga Khan, the brother of Kublai, and Karma Pakshi recognised him as being one of his former disciples.
  4. Pomdrakpa conferred on the young Karma Pakshi all the teachings through traditional empowerments and formally passed on the lineage in full. (Web site)

Samsara

  1. All living creatures are responsible for their karma and for their salvation (or release from samsara).
  2. The cycle of death and rebirth, governed by karma, is referred to as samsara.

Hinduism

  1. In Hinduism, God does play a role and is seen as a dispenser of karma; see Karma in Hinduism for more details.
  2. Karma: (from the Sanskrit root Kri = action, deed) a key notion in Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism, but one whose meaning has not always been the same. (Web site)
  3. Karma in Hinduism differs from karma in Buddhism and Jainism, and involves the role of God.

Reincarnation

  1. Siddhartha then wandered through northeastern India, sought out holy men, and learned about Samsara (reincarnation), Karma, and Moksha. (Web site)
  2. Samsara is cycle of reincarnations determined by karma.
  3. In religions that incorporate reincarnation, karma extends through one's present life and all past and future lives as well.
  4. Sant Mat shares a lineage with Sikhism and contains elements of thought found in Hinduism, such as karma and reincarnation.
  5. Reincarnation and Karma - Past life regression, group or old souls rebirth and the new soul, karmic or spiritual debt and the transmigration of souls.

Rsquo

  1. If you don’t get sick, your karma won’t be eliminated.
  2. It’s impossible for you not to generate karma, because as soon as you open your mouth you might hurt others.

Jainism

  1. But then Jainism believes in strong efforts to break the chains of Karma which is the cause of bondage. (Web site)
  2. And the last, but certainly not the least, in the series of the root causes is Jainism's Law of Karma. (Web site)
  3. Karma in Jainism operates as a self-sustaining mechanism as natural universal law, without any need of an external entity to manage them. (Web site)

Dusum Khyenpa

  1. Thus, Dusum Khyenpa began the lineage system of incarnate lamas or tulkus in Tibet, with Karma Pakshi becoming the first reincarnate tulku.
  2. Also his teacher Pomdragpa had a vision of Dusum Khyenpa declaring that he was in fact reborn as Karma Pakshi. (Web site)

Karma Literally

  1. Karma refers to the totality of our actions and their concomitant reactions in this and previous lives, all of which determines our future. (Web site)
  2. The conquest of karma lies in intelligent action and dispassionate reaction. (Web site)
  3. Karma (literally: action) is the sum of one's actions, and the force that determines one's next reincarnation.
  4. Karma literally means "deed" or "act" and more broadly names the universal principle of cause and effect, action and reaction which governs all life.
  5. The 'Law of Karma' refers to "cause and effect", but Karma literally means "action" - often indicating intent or cause.

Conditions

  1. The law of Karma, important as it is, is only one of the twenty-four conditions described in Buddhist Philosophy. (Web site)
  2. Ignorance is the first of the 12 causes and conditions, both of our rebirth and of maturing any karma within our dependent existence. (Web site)

Rebirth

  1. For sentient beings, this amounts to a never-ending cycle of rebirth ( sa---s--ra) according to the law of karma (P--li: kamma) and vip--ka.
  2. LIBERATION: State after removing the DEFILEMENTS and KARMA which cause uncontrolled REBIRTH in CYCLIC EXISTENCE.
  3. But Ayyavazhi seems to approve this karma and rebirth but place Dharma Yukam after completing or beyond all these.
  4. Due to the inevitability of consequence, Karma entails the notion of Buddhist Rebirth .

Prarabdha Karma

  1. The Prarabdha Karma is not touched by Saints because this is the cause of the physical body, which would vanish due to the interference with Nature's Laws. (Web site)
  2. In the field of spirituality Prarabdha karma is the only entity that has remained hidden from us by God Almighty.
  3. For establishing absolute control over the senses and the mind, the biggest bottleneck one faces is establishing control over the Prarabdha karma.

Kagyu Tradition

  1. Whether my reincarnation is one or many does not affect the Karma Kagyu Tradition very much.
  2. Holder) of the Red Crown"), also known as Shamar Rinpoche, is a lineage holder of the Karma Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism. (Web site)
  3. This is the site of the 17th Karmapa Thaye Dorje, the spiritual head of the Karma Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism.
  4. This morning, at the request of the Venerable Lama and the Karma Kagyu Dharma Center, I will be explaining briefly the principle of bardo.
  5. On November 6th and 7th teachings with Thrangu Rinpoche of the Karma Kagyu lineage took place in Santa Monica, hosted by the Vajra Vidya group.

Past

  1. In this vision, Karma is the accumulation of our past actions. (Web site)
  2. A belief in karma, spirituality, or past lives is not necessary for PLT effectiveness. (Web site)

Law

  1. In Buddhism, the 'Law of karma ' is used as an ethical principle, rather than a cosmological explanation for the world.
  2. Karma (JW XXII): Causality, evolutionary law of cause and effect, action with inevitable results. (Web site)

Bad

  1. Some New Age writers view suffering as self-imposed, or as bad karma, or at least as a failure to harness one's own resources. (Web site)
  2. According to karma, performing positive actions results in a good condition in one's experience, whereas a negative action results in a bad effect. (Web site)
  3. Actions do not create karma (good or bad) when performed by an individual in the state of Moksha or liberation.
  4. Good deeds bring good karma; bad deeds bring bad karma. (Web site)

Lama Ole

  1. Blog with news, info and articles on Diamond Way Buddhism - Karma Kagyu lineage.
  2. In a constant exchange with his students, Lama Ole teaches the goal and methods of Karma Kagyu Diamond Way Buddhism.
  3. Lama Ole Nydahl is one of the few Westerners fully qualified as a lama and meditation teacher in the Karma Kagyu Buddhist tradition.

Jnana Yoga

  1. Karma Yoga is the path of selfless action. (Web site)
  2. Karma yoga can be an effective spiritual discipline for persons who seek knowledge of God or knowledge of the Self. (Web site)
  3. The path of Karma yoga and Jnana yoga leads to Bhakthi yoga.
  4. Also: jnana yoga, karma yoga, laya yoga, mantra yoga, Raja Yoga, sahaja-yoga. (Web site)
  5. Karma Yoga - A simple explanation based on the teachings of Swami Vivekananda and Swami Sivananda.

Trinley

  1. Set in the forested hills of Scotland, Karma Samye Ling monastery is a bastion of support for Urgyen Trinley. (Web site)
  2. Urgyen Drodul Trinley Dorje was now enthroned as the Seventeenth Gyalwa Karmapa, supreme head of the Karma Kamtsang tradition of Buddhism. (Web site)

Negative

  1. Karma, whether positive or negative, is part of the law of cause and effect, and is therefore nothing to do with enlightenment.
  2. PURIFICATION: Preventing negative KARMA to ripen and counteracting self-identification with negative energy.

Concept

  1. For some, karma is a more reasonable concept than eternal damnation for the wicked.
  2. The original Hindu concept of karma was later enhanced by several other movements within the religion, most notably Vedanta, and Tantra. (Web site)
  3. Because Spiritism always accepted the plurality of inhabited worlds, its concept of karma became considerably complex. (Web site)

Jiva

  1. Karma operates to keep the jiva chained in an unending series of lifetimes in which the jiva suffers to a greater or lesser extent.
  2. Then, at death, with no karma to weigh it down, the jiva will float free of all ajiva, free of the human condition, free of all future embodiments.
  3. The consequence of evil actions is a heavy karma, which weighs the jiva down, forcing it to enter its new life at a lower level in the scale of existence.

Wise

  1. The ignorant, not the wise, consider Karma-Samnyasa and Karma-yoga as different from each other.
  2. In case of a spiritual accident it is wise to at least try to reclaim the Karma.

Result

  1. The theory behind Buddhist dietary restrictions is that eating certain foods necessitates actions that result in bad karma.
  2. Karma is action, and Vipaka, fruit or result, is its reaction. (Web site)
  3. This is the causal result of virtuous karma.
  4. He stated that all living beings may undergo multiple life cycles, depending upon their actions and the result of karma.

Wheel

  1. The Wheel of Life - about Karma, "As you sow, so shall you reap". (Web site)
  2. It is karma operating through the law of cause and effect that binds the jiva or the individual soul to the wheel of birth and death.

Volitional

  1. The word karma (Pali: kamma) mean volitional action in deeds, words and thoughts, which may be morally good or bad. (Web site)
  2. This link sets into motion the second link, (2) action, or volitional impulses, where the seeds of karma are planted.

Likened

  1. This life is likened to a field (Khet) in which our Karma is the seed. (Web site)
  2. Sanchita karma, the residue of one's total accumulated actions, is likened to rice that has been harvested and stored in a granary.

Previous

  1. Ambedkar's followers do not believe that a person's unfortunate conditions at birth are the result of previous karma.
  2. Due to the power of karma accumulated in our previous life, we perceive ourselves as having a complete physical body with all organs and functions intact.
  3. Karma refers to the totality of our actions and their concomitant reactions in this and previous lives, all of which determines our future. (Web site)

Theosophical

  1. The idea of karma was popularized in the Western world through the work of the Theosophical Society. (Web site)
  2. One of the most modern understandings of karma comes from the theosophical teachings on reincarnations.

Create Karma

  1. Every moment we create new karma by what we say, do, and think.
  2. So, lacking this wisdom is the first aspect of fundamental ignorance; the second is that being ignorant, we create new karma, and the cycle continues.

Karma

  1. Spirituality or a belief that virtue is rewarded and sin creates suffering eventually leads to a belief in Karma.
  2. The law of Karma sees to it that we are paid an eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth, in the shape of joy or suffering. (Web site)
  3. All kriyamana karmas become sanchita karma upon completion.
  4. The law of Karma occupies a distinct place both in Indian Philosophy and in Indian Theology.It is known as Karma-Marg (marg means path) or Karma-vada. (Web site)
  5. In fact, devas themselves cannot achieve liberation until they reincarnate as humans and undertake the difficult act of removing karma.

Rangjung Dorje

  1. This was the fulfillment of a prediction of the second Karmapa, Karma Pakshi, who said "Future Karmapas will manifest in two forms". (Web site)
  2. It was the 3rd Karmapa Rangjung Dorje himself who stated that he was the reincarnation of Karma Pakshi. (Web site)
  3. This is expressed in the name itself, since karma means "activity." The first Karmapa, Tsum Khyepa (1110-1193) was Gampopa's main disciple. (Web site)

Cause

  1. When you understand karma as cause and effect, you will see that even thoughts indeed accumulate karma.
  2. Karma means cause and effect, not fate.
  3. Ignorance (avijja), or not knowing things as they truly are, is the chief cause of Karma. (Web site)
  4. The moral types of Supramundane Path Consciousness (magga citta) are not regarded as Karma because they tend to eradicate the two root causes. (Web site)

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