Karma or actions form the fabric of our daily physical existence. Our actions govern our destiny. The Karmic concept forms the central core of Hinduism. It holds that the consequences of one's deeds follow the soul as it migrates from one place of existence to another. Karma also refers to action in a physical daily sense. Our attitudes and beliefs that govern these actions are vital to well being and harmony. "Karmanyeva Adhikaraste," says the Lord in the Gita. We are responsible for our actions, but hold no rights over the fruits thereof. Listen to Bhagawan as He unravels the mysteries behind karma. Over the next few pages, try listening to His voice as He speaks of how our actions make us what we are, and how we can use them to become what we want to be.
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N. S. Venkatesh (Author)
The compiler of the Bhagawan Uvacha series, Volume 1, 2, and 3, comprising 21 books in total.