Can one control his Karma?

Meherwan's picture



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It is said that

" Budhhi Karma anusarini" -- Your thought and deeds follow your past Karma (work)

Also Guru's say that " Do Good now to get faster to the ultimate Moksha"...Is Doing Good Karma in hands of human if Karma (Current deeds) follow Budhhi which again follows our past Karma?

How does this cycle break?

It is a paradox ...do good karma to get better life or enlightment... and one can do that only if he has done good karma previously...

What about the person who has done bad always... how can he change what he is doing now if that is following his previous acts( Karma)....

All devine Souls on this web to comment....

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Meher
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dora | Mon, 09/07/2009 - 22:28
Mastercvvyoga's picture

Moksha is not the ultimate

Moksha is not the ultimate goal. There is no use if a person gets what we call moksha. In general Yoga is the universal work. Moksha is an old theory. The new theory is physical immortality. Some of the examples who attained physical immortality are Buddha, Jesus, Master CVV, Jiddu Krishna Murthy, Aurobindo of Pondicherrry, Ramana Maharshi etc.

Yes, you can dissolve your karma by doing meditation. There are certain yoga's are there, try them which can suit you.
In every sun sign a human soul takes around thousand births. To bypass these births we have to do meditation.

Bad and Good are the words what we talk physically. In true, there is no good, no bad. As you say the person who do bad always means it is the reaction of his actions in the past.

khbbind

Mastercvvyoga | Tue, 09/08/2009 - 05:32
mbnarayana's picture

Our holy scriptures spoke

Our holy scriptures spoke that PAROPA KARAYA PUNYAYA PAPAYA PARAPEEDANAM.If you help the needy that is called virtue but if you harm others it is vice
By living a virtuos life in the path shown by our great rishis we may get relief from the bandha(ie birth&death)

mbnarayana | Tue, 09/08/2009 - 06:41
Meherwan's picture

Is it in your control?

Dear All,

Yes! the suggestions and comments does really help.

But, Is anything in one's control?

Everything and anything happens due to our past actions..if u saying do meditation..this is also posible only if he had done some karma in the past which is making him to follow the guru's instructions now....

So! what is in control at all? Anything is in control or nothing is in control is my query?

Love

Meher

Meherwan | Tue, 09/08/2009 - 07:19
Mastercvvyoga's picture

Yes, 100% you can control

Yes, 100% you can control yourself. It depends on your attitude and your commitment. In the beginning once you are in Master's yoga, certain problems will raise. You have to steady and bypass these problems. You have to surrender yourself totally to the master. Desires, attitude of making more and more money shouldn't work in Master's Yoga.

khbbind

Mastercvvyoga | Thu, 09/10/2009 - 07:00
Meherwan's picture

Attitude and Commitment comes from what?

You are not born with attitude or commitment..and these develop ...and they develop with our actions...

Actions are again depended on your past karma....so?

Meherwan | Thu, 09/10/2009 - 07:37
jasdir singh jaura's picture

How does this cycle break?

"MIND" or we are bunch of Karma or deeds, both good & bad,
Relatievly we have Thoughts or budhhi according to that,

That is way different peoples have different Views, thoughts or budhhi,

Good Karmas or Deeds are like "Gold chains" in the hand of prisoner,

Bad Karmas or Deeds are like "Iron chains" in the Hand of Prisoner,

How does this cycle break?

True Spiritual Master always advise the disciples not to do bad Karm or works,

True Spiritual Master always advice the disciples to spend their time in good karm or works and always say that "God" in me is doing all these good works not "I"

Because "EGO" is "EGO" it can also be devolped by doing good karm or works,

Devolping "EGO" means devolping "Karms" or "Deeds" it Dose't matter good or bad,

According to TRUE SPIRITUAL MASTERS Only a Humble of "LOVE" with "GOD" can break this cycle of karmas both bad & good too,

So as a resuls the first thing we need for "SPIRITUALITY" Leaving all the things apart is:

"TRUE SPIRITUAL MASTER"

or

"GURUSFEET"

jasdir singh jaura | Thu, 08/26/2010 - 07:07
Mastercvvyoga's picture

Karma is dissolved through

Karma is dissolved through Meditation.

khbbind

Mastercvvyoga | Fri, 08/27/2010 - 15:11
bonya basu's picture

Meditation is the best way ...................

What i feel human mind is a bundle of thoughts GOOD and BAD.In your life cycle the time comes when you are burden with negative thoughts in this period it is difficult to divert once mind toward meditation or any spiritual activity.After every bad time...good time comes like day and night...it is universal law of GOD....may be the duration of time is different for different persons.
But in that cycle good time also comes when your mind attracts positive vibrations.....in this case mental awareness is very much necessary.....you have to catch the vibration.....rest will come at its own.....spiritual practices depend upon the accumulation of your both type karmas.Strong will power is needed to start with.

No doubt MEDITATION is the best way to burn your negative karma because in meditation you are connecting yourself with higher..CONSCIOUSNESS....
When a person is conscious of improving himself...that means the spark of light is there.....by meditation you brighten that darkness....like gas lighter when you spark it catches fire in contact with gas....it burn the gas and gives the light(be meditative on it of the process get the answer)

Process of meditation is not so simple as some may think just closing your eyes you will sit calmly.....calming or concentration of your restless mind by different techniques....can be learn.Until and unless you calm down your mind....you are not connecting yourself with the source.
The question HOW TO IMPROVE?....the conscious mind is awaken...it is the right time.....to do the needful...
When the bright light comes....darkness goes away.
Thanks for sharing my views.

bonya basu | Wed, 10/27/2010 - 10:40