"Beyond Maya- Righteousness, Karma & Rebirth"
"Beyond Maya- Righteousness, Karma & Rebirth" : Punar Janam or Reincarnation, also called transmigration of the soul. The concept is that the soul, or some aspect of the soul, is reborn into new lives. The soul can appear incarnate in humans, animals or plants as it works its way toward an eventual escape from the cycle of birth, death and rebirth. In Hinduism reincarnation is considered the path to achieve Moksha or Salvation.
Reincarnation is widely accepted by Hinduism and Buddhism.The Laws of Karma is an integral part of the process of rebirth. Karma is a central concept in Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism.The word "karma" has its roots in the Sanskrit word "karman," which means "act." In general, it is believed that our actions affect the quality of life and the quality of future lives. Good deeds create good Karma and evil deeds create negative Karma. Karma's effect can manifest immediately or later in life or after multiple lifetimes. Karma also explains the unexplained and random hardships we endure in our life time.
The law of karma controls samsara or the cycle of birth,death and rebirth. Hinduism beleaves good karma is usually produced by correctly performing the duties or Dharma. If a person lives by Dharmic laws or the law of Righteousness, the soul or Atma can be reborn into higher levels of conciseness. Karma is its own law and requires no divine interference.
The program will now explore how a noble life will help us in the quest for Moksha ............