Karma, as a word, has been used very loosely. If you are reading this page, it’s likely that you are one amongst thousands who is truly seeking the right understanding of this misunderstood word – “Karma”.
You are possibly here to understand how our intentions, motives, desires and the emotional drive with which we conduct our actions have an effect on our lives and how they are related to the term “Karma”.
The karma meaning in Sanskrit is to perform a deed or action. It includes actions that we do, not only through our body, but also through speech and mind.
- Some have referred to karma meaning an echo of the past and also say it creates the future.
- Common acts like going to work, good deeds, charity, etc. also define karma in general.
- However, Revered Dadashri, who has attained the knowledge of Self, gives a deeper insight on what is karma and explains that those acts are actually fruits of karma bound in one’s previous life. Thus, whatever you see externally in the current life are all the fruits of one’s inner intents of one’s past life.
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