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The Absolute Law of Karma
The Absolute Law of Karma
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Shriram Sharma Acharya, a pioneer of spiritual renaissance was born on 20th September 1911, in Anwalkheda, Agra District. He scrupulously carried out the biddings of his Guru, a great Himalayan Yogi, when he was fifteen years of age.

He took part in the struggle for independence as a volunteer, went to jail a number of times and embarked upon the task of social and moral upliftment through spiritual means in 1935 with the blessings of Mahatma Gandhi.

A sage, a visionary and a reformer, the Acharya initiated Yug Nirman Yojna, a mass movement for transformation of Era, lived a disciplined life of devout austerity, visited the Himalayas several times and attained spiritual eminence.

The Gayatri Pariwar fraternity, Shantikunj Ashram - an academy for moral and spiritual awakening, Brahmavarchas Research Institute - which strives to synthesize science with spirituality and over 400 social reform centers (Shakti-peeths) are his greatest contributions to the modem world.

He wrote commentary on entire Vedic Vangmaya and accomplished a feat of writing more than 3200 books on all aspects of life.

The Acharya, Great devotee of Gayatri lived an ideal life for 80 years and voluntarily shed his physical sheath on Gayatri Jayanti, 2nd June 1990. .

Preface

The law of divine justice follows a mysterious course. In the world we come across many instances of virtuous persons undergoing endless suffering and pain; sinners perpetually enjoying pleasurable lives; indolents achieving success; hard- working persons meeting repeated failures; the wise suffering adversity; fools living in prosperity; egoists held in high esteem; and the righteous held in contempt. We find some persons born with silver spoon in their mouths and others facing one misfortune after another throughout life. The well-known human norms for achieving happiness and success do not always appear to hold good in practical terms. Such phenomena raise many questions and doubts about the role of fate in life, the will of God and the relationship of virtuous and evil deeds with happiness and unhappiness in life. The rationale given in the ancient literature in this respect does not adequately satisfy the inquisitiveness of modern minds. Consequently, the new generation is becoming more inclined to accept the atheistic ideologies of the West, which regard God and the religion as phantoms creations of sick and fearful minds; the human body merely a chemical combination of inert elements; and denies the very existence of an immortal soul. The new generation is made to believe that there is no Supreme Being or God; that destiny has no role to play in life; and that only arbitrary man-made state machinery has the powers to dispense punishments and rewards.

In the present book an attempt has been made to give rational and logical explanations of relationship between human deeds and destiny. It explains how events of good fortune and misfortune, happiness and suffering in human life are results of one's own deeds. It is hoped that this booklet will provide satisfactory answers to the queries relating to the role played by the consequences of an individual's deeds in the making of his destiny.

Contents

IWho maintains record of sins and virtues?5
IIHow does Chitragupta maintain the record?8
IIIThe secret of unexpected good fortune and misfortune17
IVThe three types of agonies and their causation20
Mental Sufferings (Daivik Dukhas)21
Physical Sufferings (Daivik Dukhas)23
Sufferings resulting from natural calamities (Bhautik Dukhas)25
VPassive acqufescence before evil acts is also sinful27
VIThe three categories of actions (Karmas) and consequent samskars28
Sanchit karmas (Involuntary Mental Karmas)28
Prarabdha Karmas (Karmas done with strong emotional involvement)30
Kriyaman Karmas (Physical Karmas)35
VIIWelcome the sufferings36
VIIICreate your own world38
IXWho are you?40
XYour world - a reflection of your mind42
XIThe relativity of virtues and sins43
XIIMisfortunes are not always results of past misdeeds53

The Absolute Law of Karma

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Shriram Sharma Acharya, a pioneer of spiritual renaissance was born on 20th September 1911, in Anwalkheda, Agra District. He scrupulously carried out the biddings of his Guru, a great Himalayan Yogi, when he was fifteen years of age.

He took part in the struggle for independence as a volunteer, went to jail a number of times and embarked upon the task of social and moral upliftment through spiritual means in 1935 with the blessings of Mahatma Gandhi.

A sage, a visionary and a reformer, the Acharya initiated Yug Nirman Yojna, a mass movement for transformation of Era, lived a disciplined life of devout austerity, visited the Himalayas several times and attained spiritual eminence.

The Gayatri Pariwar fraternity, Shantikunj Ashram - an academy for moral and spiritual awakening, Brahmavarchas Research Institute - which strives to synthesize science with spirituality and over 400 social reform centers (Shakti-peeths) are his greatest contributions to the modem world.

He wrote commentary on entire Vedic Vangmaya and accomplished a feat of writing more than 3200 books on all aspects of life.

The Acharya, Great devotee of Gayatri lived an ideal life for 80 years and voluntarily shed his physical sheath on Gayatri Jayanti, 2nd June 1990. .

Preface

The law of divine justice follows a mysterious course. In the world we come across many instances of virtuous persons undergoing endless suffering and pain; sinners perpetually enjoying pleasurable lives; indolents achieving success; hard- working persons meeting repeated failures; the wise suffering adversity; fools living in prosperity; egoists held in high esteem; and the righteous held in contempt. We find some persons born with silver spoon in their mouths and others facing one misfortune after another throughout life. The well-known human norms for achieving happiness and success do not always appear to hold good in practical terms. Such phenomena raise many questions and doubts about the role of fate in life, the will of God and the relationship of virtuous and evil deeds with happiness and unhappiness in life. The rationale given in the ancient literature in this respect does not adequately satisfy the inquisitiveness of modern minds. Consequently, the new generation is becoming more inclined to accept the atheistic ideologies of the West, which regard God and the religion as phantoms creations of sick and fearful minds; the human body merely a chemical combination of inert elements; and denies the very existence of an immortal soul. The new generation is made to believe that there is no Supreme Being or God; that destiny has no role to play in life; and that only arbitrary man-made state machinery has the powers to dispense punishments and rewards.

In the present book an attempt has been made to give rational and logical explanations of relationship between human deeds and destiny. It explains how events of good fortune and misfortune, happiness and suffering in human life are results of one's own deeds. It is hoped that this booklet will provide satisfactory answers to the queries relating to the role played by the consequences of an individual's deeds in the making of his destiny.

Contents

IWho maintains record of sins and virtues?5
IIHow does Chitragupta maintain the record?8
IIIThe secret of unexpected good fortune and misfortune17
IVThe three types of agonies and their causation20
Mental Sufferings (Daivik Dukhas)21
Physical Sufferings (Daivik Dukhas)23
Sufferings resulting from natural calamities (Bhautik Dukhas)25
VPassive acqufescence before evil acts is also sinful27
VIThe three categories of actions (Karmas) and consequent samskars28
Sanchit karmas (Involuntary Mental Karmas)28
Prarabdha Karmas (Karmas done with strong emotional involvement)30
Kriyaman Karmas (Physical Karmas)35
VIIWelcome the sufferings36
VIIICreate your own world38
IXWho are you?40
XYour world - a reflection of your mind42
XIThe relativity of virtues and sins43
XIIMisfortunes are not always results of past misdeeds53
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