Karma and Reincarnation: The Vedāntic Perspective
D.K. Printworld, 1994 - Karma - 106 pages
Swami Muni Narayana Prasad Studies The Doctrinal Beliefs Of Karma And Reincarnation From The Viewpoint Of An Advaitin, Developing Insights From His Studies Of The Upanisads, The Bhagavad Gita, The Brahma Sutras And The Works Of Narayana Guru.
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What is Karma and Who Does it?
The Two Paths
In the Bhagavad Gita
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Absolute according actions Advaita ajnanin appears Arjuna Artabhaga atman Atmopadesa Satakam attained avidya becomes belief Bhagavad Gita birth and death body Brahma Sutras brahman Brhadaranyaka called karma Chandogya Upanisad chapter consciousness in essence context continues to exist cosmic creative urge deeds deva-yana entity everything final teaching functions Gautama gold Ibid idea ignorant immortality imperishable Reality Indian individual isvara Katha Upanisad knowledge Krsna Literally living Malayalam maya means merely mind mystery Narayana Guru Narayana Gurukula Nataraja Guru one's ornament passage perishable person philosophy pitr-yana pitrs prakrti prana prarabdha karma purusa question Ramayana reads as follows reference rituals rsis sacrifice says scriptures sense of agency souls after death stanza subsisting reality substance Swami theory of reincarnation total nature transient aspects transmigration ultimate Reality understanding understood unreal Varkala Veda Vedanta Vedanta Sutras Vedic Venerable Sir verily verse visible form vital breath Wisdom words Yajnavalkya Yoga