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Karma can be divided into four parts called Sanchita Karma, Prarabdha Karma, Kriyamana karma and Agama karma .

1. Sanchita karma "accumulated actions." The sum of all karmas of this life and past lives.
2. Prarabdha karma "Actions begun; set in motion."
That portion of sanchita karma that is bearing fruit and shaping the events and conditions of the current life, including the nature of one's bodies, personal tendencies and associations.
3. Kriyamana karma "Being made."
The karma being created and added to sanchita in this life by one's thoughts, words and actions, or in the inner worlds between lives. What we are currently creating through our choices right now. It is our creativity that is unfolding, it is our "free will".
4. Agama karma "coming,arriving," and vartamana, "living, set in motion."
Is the actions that we are planning for the future. Actions that will or will not be achieved depending on the choices (free will) that ... Read more »
Category: Srimad Bhagavad Gita | Views: 171 | Added by: Redeye | Date: 2011-06-09 | Comments (0)

The Srimad Bhagavad Gita is a dialogue between Lord Krishna and Arjuna, narrated in the Bhishma
Parva of the Mahabharata. It comprises eighteen discourses of a total of 701 Sanskrit verses. A
considerable volume of material has been compressed within these verses. On the battlefield
of Kurukshetra, Sri Krishna, during the course of His most instructive and interesting talk with Arjuna, revealed profound, sublime and soul-stirring spiritual truths, and expounded the rare secrets of Yoga, Vedanta, Bhakti and Karma.

All the teachings of Lord Krishna were subsequently recorded as the Song Celestial or Srimad Bhagavad Gita by Bhagavan Vyasa for the benefit of humanity at large. The world is under a great
debt of gratitude to Bhagavan Vyasa who presented this Song Celestial to humanity for the
guidance of their daily conduct of life, spiritual upliftment and Self-realisation. Those who are self-controlled and who are endowed with faith can reap ... Read more »
Category: Srimad Bhagavad Gita | Views: 171 | Added by: Redeye | Date: 2011-05-28 | Comments (0)

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