Law of Karma is NOT Eye-for-Eye | Learn How Karmic Justice is Dispensed


Law of Karma is not Eye-for-an-Eye. It is
a divine law, guided by a divine intelligence. Hello everyone, I am Pulkit Mathur, founder
of the Spiritual Bee, a blog on Vedantic spirituality, and you are watching the second of a series
of videos on the topic of Karma. Now if you recall in our first video we discussed that
each and every action that we perform with our body, mind and senses, constitutes karma
and all these actions set into motion consequences or reactions which are thrown back at us.
When these reactions are good we call them rewards and when they are bad we call them
punishment. This principle of action and reaction, or cause and effect, or reaping what we sow,
is known in Vedanta, as the law of karma. Now in this video we are going to delve a
little deeper and uncover certain profound truths about the law of karma which are not
commonly understood. In particular we are going to understand the workings of the karmic
action and reaction process in detail, and see how the law of karma is not an eye-for-an-eye
type of revengeful justice mechanism, but it is governed and guided by an underlying
divine intelligence, which uses the law to attain a very high spiritual goal. Now what
the identity of this mysterious divine intelligence is, and what is its spiritual goal, all this
we shall uncover in this video. Simultaneously we will also answer 2 extremely critical questions
about the law of karma, namely, who dispenses karmic justice and how is this justice dispensed?
So this video is going to be a fairly detailed one, as there is a lot of ground to cover.
Now before we embark on our journey, I would like to point out that all the concepts that
I am going to outline in this video, actually come from the writings of 4 sages of Advaita
Vedanta, Shriram Sharma Acharya, Sri Aurobindo, Mother Mirra and Swami Vivekananda. Now usually
in my videos I try to weave in exact quotes from the gurus that I am referencing. However
in this video I am going to depart from this convention and I am going to explain the teachings
of these sages, in my own words using my own examples. And the reason I am doing so, is
because karma is a complex topic and so to explain all its nuances, I will need to simplify
and break down the concepts even further, and so weaving in exact quotes will not be
possible. However wherever possible in this video, I shall point to the relevant book
that I used and towards the end of this video, I shall list out all the books that I referenced.
So let us begin our journey towards understanding the precise workings of karmic law and discover
for ourselves how the law of karma is not a blind eye-for-an-eye type of revengeful
justice mechanism, but it is governed and guided by an underlying divine intelligence,
which uses the law to steer our evolution towards a very high spiritual aim. And as
a first step towards attaining this goal we will need to clarify what exactly is meant
by this term blind law. So the phrase blind law denotes a purely mechanical principle,
which has no intelligence and therefore is unable to analyse a situation and adjust its
response accordingly. Now all laws of matter which we study in science are unintelligent
blind laws and we shall explore the workings of one such blind law in just a few moments.
However when it comes to the law of karma, we cannot make the same assumption that it
too is a blind and unintelligently driven process, whose aim is to robotically hand
out punishments and rewards in an eye-for-an-eye, tooth-for-a-tooth, I steal something, so another
of equivalent value shall be stolen from me, I kill in this life, so I too shall get killed
in the next life, I gave 5 Rupees to charity so the Universe will compensate me for this
amount at a future date and so on. The karmic action-reaction process is not this sort of
mechanical tit-for-tat, whose job is merely to enforce a debit-credit style of accounting
of deeds. Instead the workings of the law of karma are deeply complex and differ starkly
from the straightforward workings of the blind and mechanical laws of science. So let us
proceed to understand the profound differences between the intelligently driven karmic justice
process and a purely blind scientific process, such as the action-reaction law of physics.
And we will do this with the help of 2 easy examples. Suppose as I am walking, I accidentally
slam my hand against a table. Then according to the laws of physics the table will react
back upon my hand with an equal amount of force, and my hand will hurt. So my action
has been met with an equal reaction, an eye-for-an-eye. In this case the table does not care whether
I slammed my hand intentionally or by accident, it does not care whether I am a first time
offender or routinely careless, neither does it evaluate whether the guilty party is an
adult or a child. The table reacts back in all instances, with the same amount of force.
So in the realm of unconscious, unintelligent matter, the action and reaction law of physics
is a blind one. It has no capacity to judge or to evaluate the intention or motive behind
my action, or to weigh in other factors and adjust its response accordingly, but it punishes
me just the same. However this is not how the law of karma operates. So let us examine
its vastly different and complex workings with the help of a second example. Now this
example is going to be a fairly detailed one, but by the time we tunnel through it, we would
have gathered significant knowledge about the manner in which the karmic justice process
unfolds, who the divine intelligence is who mets out karmic justice and what is the spiritual
goal that this intelligence is driving towards. So let us dive in. Suppose I am playing cricket
and just as I swing my bat, my neighbour suddenly rounds the bend and the ball mistakenly hits
him in the leg. So here the question arises: what kind of karmic reaction will my action
of carelessness invite? Now in order to understand the true manner in which karmic reaction unfolds
in this situation, we shall break up the entire karmic justice process into 4 key steps. So
first and foremost what shall happen is that my action of carelessness will leave a subtle
impression on my mind. This impression is called as Sanskar in Sanskrit and this word
Sanskar when transliterated into English becomes Samskara. Thus there will be a Samskara or
an impression of carelessness that will get deposited on my mind. It is just like when
we squeeze a lemon and take out the juice. In the same way whatever life situation we
find ourselves in, we subconsciously draw out an essence, a conclusion from it and this
conclusion or Samskara gets stored in our mind. This process of collecting Samskaras
or impressions is a subconscious activity, and our conscious mind is not aware of it.
Thus without our knowing it, Samskaras are continuously being deposited on our mind,
day after day because we are performing actions all the time, as Lord Krishna has explained
in the Gita. Now once this impression or Samskara of carelessness is deposited on my mind, the
second thing that will happen is that it will be presented before a divine intelligence
for evaluation. But what is this divine intelligence? Is it some kind of supernatural power that
resides outside of me, somewhere in the sky, and from there watches over all my deeds?
No it is not anything like that. In fact this divine power resides within each and every
one of us as our Atman, our soul, the constant and uninterrupted witness to all our deeds,
good and bad, which at all times is privy to our innermost thoughts, feelings and intentions.
So it is our own Atman, our soul which judges our deeds and it alone decides the appropriate
karmic reward or punishment to bestow in any given situation. Now once the Samskara is
presented before the soul as a third step the soul evaluates and judges it. Now to carry
out the whole evaluation and judgement process the soul makes use of the instrument of the
inner subconscious mind, also known as the Antahkarana in Sanskrit. Antah means inner
and karana means instrument. As a matter of fact as Shriram Sharma Acharya has explained
in his Hindi book Gahana Karmanogati, the Vedantic Rishis have classified the human
mind into 2 broad categories. One is the outer conscious mind, which receives sensory inputs
from the outside world, which thinks and makes day to day decisions, and this is called Bahyakarana
or outer mind. The other is the Antahkarana or the inner subconscious mind which stores
the Samskaras of all lifetimes past and assists in meting out karmic justice. So as a third
step the soul uses the instrument of the Antahkarana to evaluate whether the Samskara of carelessness
deposited is a good or bad one. But what is the criterion it uses to distinguish whether
a Samskara is a good or bad? Well, good Samskaras are those that reduce our ego or sense of
I’ness, whereas bad Samskaras are those that increase our ego. Now at this point we may
further ask: why is a Samskara which reduces our ego or sense of I’ness classified as a
good one? After all why is it so important to lower our ego? And the answer to this question
is actually, extremely critical to our discussion, so let us take a small detour to address it.
According to the Rishis of Vedanta, the reason why our soul has gotten trapped in the endlessly
turning cycle of birth and death is because it has lost sight of its true nature, its
Svarupa as it is called in Sanskrit. Our soul has lost sight of the fact that it is actually
an infinite ocean of divine consciousness, which has never been born and which will never
die and instead the soul has come to falsely identify with the mind and perishable body.
Now the element which causes the soul to lose sight of its Svarupa is none other than the
ego or sense of I’ness. For this reason the whole struggle of the soul is to clear away
the obstruction of the ego and break its identification with the mind and body and thus realize its
true nature, it’s Svarupa. Now in order to achieve this purpose the soul uses the karmic
justice system as a tool. And the manner in which it does so is best understood by recalling
an analogy of Swami Vivekananda, which we had discussed in an earlier video. In that
analogy Swamiji had compared the mind to a lake, in which the sun-like soul is trying
to see its reflection. In this mental lake the ego can be thought of as a layer of scum
that covers up the waters of the lake. And as a result of this ego-scum the soul cannot
see its reflection clearly and therefore comes to falsely rest it’s identify in the mind
and body. Now the more bad the Samskaras deposited in the mind, the thicker is the scum of the
ego, and the less able is the soul to discern its true Self, it’s Svarupa. On the contrary,
the more good the Samskaras collected in the mind, the thinner is the ego-scum and the
clearer is the reflection of the soul. Therefore the soul uses the karmic justice process as
a tool to clear away the ego, by rewarding the gathering of good Samskaras which reduce
the ego, and punishing the accumulation of bad Samskaras which enhance the ego. Till
eventually there arrives a point when the ego-sense is entirely eliminated, and the
soul is able see its full reflection and can realize its true nature or Svarupa. When this
happens the soul attains to Samadhi or Moksha, freedom from the evolutionary cycle of birth
and death. So realizing its true Self in Samadhi or Moksha is the profound spiritual goal that
the soul is steering towards. However on its own, attaining to Moksha is actually a very
a slow evolutionary process which takes place over many many lifetimes, as the soul uses
the karmic system of reward and punishment to gradually foster the growth of good Samskaras
which reduce the ego. For this reason the whole focus of Vedantic spirituality is on
offering us tools to speed up this process, so that we can attain to Moksha in one or
a few lifetimes itself. All right so now that we know the reason why the soul is trying
to reduce the ego by promoting the accumulation of good samskaras so that it can realize its
true Self, its Svarupa in Samadhi or Moksha we can return back to our cricket example,
where we were discussing how as a third step my soul will evaluate whether the Samskara
of carelessness deposited is a good or bad one? In other words did it reduce my ego or
enhance it? Now in this case it is easy to see how the Samskara of carelessness deposited
is a bad one. This is because the act of carelessness actually enhanced my ego, as in my haste to
play cricket, I only cared about my own enjoyment; I was a little selfish and did not take into
consideration the risk that my game might pose to the safety of others. Therefore as
fourth and final step my soul will determine the amount of punishment to enforce which
will erase the deposited bad Samskara. Now just as a human judge does not pronounce the
same punishment for all crimes, but reserves life in prison only for the harshest crimes,
and lets off minor misdemeanours with only a warning; similarly the soul does not irrationally
pronounce the same punishment in all situations. Instead the soul weighs the severity of the
bad Samskara deposited, by taking into account the circumstances, feelings and intentions
which drove the initial action, and only then decides upon the magnitude and duration of
punishment to enforce. Now depending upon the severity of the deposited bad Samskara
of carelessness, whether it is a weak or a strong one, my soul will set into motion 2
very different karmic punishment paths. So let us examine what these 2 paths are, and
we shall start with the weak Samskara case first. Now weak Samskaras, as Shriram Sharma
Acharya has explained, are those Samskaras which stem from actions performed where our
will and intention are not strongly involved. In other words these are actions done inadvertently
without intending any real harm. For example, it may have been that this was my first time
playing cricket and so in my haste I did not factor in the pedestrian traffic. Thus I did
not set out to willfully and intentionally injure my neighbour but it was a genuine accident.
So in this situation the Samskara of carelessness that will get deposited on my mind will be
a weak one. Now because the Samskara of carelessness is a weak one, therefore in this case, my
soul will pronounce no immediate punishment but will instead adopt a wait-and-watch attitude.
Rather than seek opportunities to erase this weak negative Samskara, my soul will allow
it to lie in the recesses of my subconscious mind. And the reason the soul does so is because
the divine process of karmic justice always allows room for self-improvement through correction
of past mistakes. Without providing us this leeway the karmic process would turn into
a veritable dictatorship and we would live under the constant threat of immediate persecution.
In such an environment of perpetual fear all human development would come to a standstill.
No one would venture to do anything or take even the slightest risk, for fear of making
a mistake and inviting karmic punishment. Therefore whenever the Samskara deposited
is a weak and feeble one; the soul does not met out immediate karmic punishment, but gives
the person room for self-reformation and self-correction of mistakes. And if this self-correction undertaken
by a person is genuine then he or she can succeed in completely wiping out the original
negative Samskara. So for example, in our cricket case, if after injuring my neighbour,
I felt genuine remorse and vowed to be more careful next time, and actually stayed true
to this vow by being more cautious in all my future actions, then I will over time succeed
in not only diminishing the initial weak Samskara of carelessness, but even in wiping it out
completely, and thus no karmic punishment would ever be necessary for me. So in the
case of weak negative Samskaras the soul adopts a wait-and-watch attitude and pronounces no
immediate karmic retribution. But what happens if the Samskara of carelessness deposited
is a strong one? Strong Samskaras as Shriram Sharma Acharya has pointed out result from
intentional, deliberate and repeated actions where our will-power is deeply involved. So
in our cricket example, suppose this was not my first time playing the game. As a matter
of fact I had played cricket several times before, but each time I purposely choose to
play at a time when my neighbours were taking their evening walk. Thus I knowingly and maliciously
injured people but was always oblivious to their pain. Now with my each act of willful
negligence, the Samskara of carelessness gets repeatedly reinforced in my mind. And because
I never rectify my actions, this Samskara does not diminish, but keeps gathering strength,
so much so that eventually it becomes a deeply ingrained habit. The same attitude of carelessness
now permeates other aspects of my life as well. For example, I routinely end up misplacing
things, I am never punctual and my work quality is always poor, riddled with mistakes. Now
this Samskara of carelessness will continue gathering strength in my mind, till there
arises a point when my soul determines that this Samskara has become too strong. In other
words it has ripened, because there is no longer any hope of change through voluntary
self-reformation. The moment my soul makes this determination it will set into motion
a process to counter and erase this negative Samskara. However, this does not mean that
I will be punished immediately. Rather my soul will wait patiently for the right opportunity
to arise. The law of karma we must keep in mind, does not work on a human time-scale
which is preoccupied with only the present lifetime. Karmic justice can and often does
take many life-times to get worked out. Therefore either in this lifetime, or in some other,
whenever the conditions are suitable, my soul will draw me into one or several situations
where I shall be forced to experience some form of personal suffering such as an illness,
a disability, an accident or periods of grief etc. so that through these experiences I will
be able to cultivate in my mind, the opposite qualities of carefulness, responsibility,
sympathy and empathy, and thus wipe out the deposited strong Samskara of carelessness
and self-centeredness. So in the case of strong negative Samskaras, the soul beings to look
for punishment opportunities to counter and erase the deposited bad Samskara. However,
it is not necessary that this punishment is meted out in the present life-time itself.
The right circumstances for it may develop only in another life-time. All right so since
this has been a rather long video let us just summarize some key takeaways: The first point
to note is that the workings of the law of karma are complex, and the entire process
of karmic justice which we outlined in steps one through four, takes place subconsciously
and our conscious mind is not aware of it. The second thing we discovered is that the
law of karma is not some kind of unthinking, tit-for-tat, robotic blind law, such as the
ones found in science. Instead it is governed and guided by an underlying divine intelligence
which accurately analyzes the circumstances, feelings and intentions which drove a person’s
actions, and only then charts out an appropriate karmic response. The third point to remember
is that the divine intelligence which governs the law of karma is our own Atman, our soul,
the constant and uninterrupted witness to all our actions good and bad. It is our own
Atman which judges our deeds and it alone decides the appropriate karmic reward or punishment
to bestow in any given situation. In order to analyse and judge our deeds the soul utilizes
the instrument of the Antahkarana or the inner subconscious mind. And this leads us to our
fourth takeaway which is that the profound spiritual goal that the soul is steering our
evolution towards is the realization of our true Self, our Svarupa in Samadhi or Moksha.
To attain this grand purpose the soul uses the law of karma as a tool to retard the growth
of bad Samskaras which enhance our ego, and to foster the growth of good Samskaras which
reduce the ego. Just as a boatman uses 2 oars to propel his boat forward, similarly the
soul uses the oars of karmic reward and punishment to guide our boat across the ocean of life,
in order to arrive at the destination of Moksha. Now the fifth point to note is that since
the divine soul guides the law of karma, therefore the karmic response is never a revengeful
eye-for-an-eye type of petty justice. As we saw in this video, in many instances, especially
in the case of actions which leave behind weak negative Samskaras, the soul actually
chooses to enforce no karmic punishment at all, in order to give a person room for correction
of mistakes. Only when our actions deposit strong negative Samskaras, does the soul initiate
karmic punishment but this too is not of a tit-for-tat nature. For example, suppose I
kill someone out of intense hate. Then it does not imply that I too shall be murdered
in my next life and thus be taught a just karmic lesson. The divine soul does not met
out karmic justice in this kind of thoughtless manner. Because if I too get murdered, then
the Samskara of hate that I am carrying within my mind from my past life, will only be fueled
further, as I will be filled with rage against my murderer. Adding more fuel to an already
burning fire is not the aim of the law of karma. Instead its goal is to douse the burning
Samskara of hate, by developing within me new and higher divine qualities of tolerance,
empathy, love and forgiveness. And to achieve this purpose, my soul will pull me into situations
where a sustained pressure is put upon me to develop these qualities, such as during
times of intense personal suffering, when one is faced with life-threatening illnesses,
physical disabilities, etc. and one is left with no choice but to endure and evolve higher.
And finally we arrive at our last point about the law of karma, which has been heavily emphasized
by both Sri Aurobindo and Mother Mirra; which is that in the most correct Vedantic sense,
there is actually no such thing as karmic reward or punishment. These terms do not accurately
describe the workings of the law of karma. This is because the aim of the soul is not
to force us to behave properly by giving us prizes for good behaviour and punishment for
bad behaviour, like some kind of strict school teacher. Its aim is not to subdue us into
obedience by making us fearful of punishment and greedy for reward. Instead the goal of
the soul is profoundly different and higher, which is to help us realize our true Self,
our infinite divine Svarupa in Samadhi or Moksha. And to attain this goal, the soul
uses various life experiences, both positive and negative as educational tools to clear
away the deposited scum of the ego and unveil the divinity that lies hidden within each
and every one of us. The soul uses the law of karma to lift us from the ordinary state
of limited human consciousness, to the highest state of infinite divine super-consciousness,
where we can each experience for ourselves the Supreme Truth – that we are not a body
and neither are we the mind. Instead we are the Atman, the soul, pure, infinite and immortal,
which is eternally merged with God and is in fact identical with God. Now before we
end I would like to list out all the books that I referenced for this video. These books
are all available for free, and the links to download them can be found in the YouTube
cards as well as in the description box below this video. So the first book which I referenced
widely for making this video is Gahana Karmanogati by Shriram Sharma Acharya. This is a small
Hindi book of about 40 pages and it is absolutely critical to furthering our understanding about
how karmic justice is actually dispensed. In fact to my knowledge it is the only book
which lays out the entire process of karmic justice – which I broke down and expressed
via steps 1 through 4. So if you can read Hindi, then I highly recommend this book.
For those who can’t read Hindi, I shall be adding more videos to our karma series, referencing
this book. The second source of knowledge that I tapped into were the lectures of Swami
Vivekananda. These lectures are essential to developing a deeper understanding of the
inner subconscious mind or the Antahkarana – how it works, what are its components and
in discovering how the ego arises. Additionally Swamiji has also outlined the 4 Yogas – the
Vedantic tools using which we can speed up the process of realizing our true Self, our
Svarupa in Samadhi or Moksha. These 4 Yogas have been wonderfully explained by him, in
his books: Raja Yoga, the path of meditation, Karma Yoga, the path of self-less action,
Jnana Yoga, the path of knowledge and Bhakti Yoga, the path of love and devotion. All these
books and lectures of Swamiji are collectively published by the Ramakrishna Mission under
the Complete Works of Swami Vivekananda Volumes 1-9. The third source of knowledge I referred
to, are the answers Mother Mirra gave to questions posed by disciples. Her answers on karma are
scattered across the many Question & Answer books published by the Aurobindo Ashram and
they are absolutely crucial in dispelling many of the commonly held myths and misconceptions
about the law of karma. In fact for any given guru, Question & Answer books are always the
easiest, best and the most interesting spiritual books to read, because the disciples tend
to ask questions that commonly arise in all our minds. And finally the fourth and last
source that I utilized, are the writings of Sri Aurobindo on Karma. These are found in
his books The Life Divine and Essays in Philosophy and Yoga. Now if you are a beginner to Vedanta,
and have never read Sri Aurobindo’s books before, then I would suggest diving into his
works only after reading the books of other God-realized gurus such as Swami Sivananda,
Swami Abhedananda and Swami Vivekananda. This is because Sri Aurobindo’s writings are extremely
philosophical and intense. Therefore they are best understood slowly, after one has
gathered some preliminary understanding of Advaita Vedanta. Then one can move on to the
superb depths Sri Aurobindo dives into, to explain the workings of the law of karma as
well as other topics. Apart from this there are many more wonderful books to read on the
law of karma, such as those by Swami Sivananda and Swami Abhedananda, but here I have focused
only on the ones that contributed to the making of this particular video. So happy reading,
and I shall see you in the next video on karma.

52 comments

  1. Very detailed yet simplified educational videos. Thanks for creating such educational videos. I appreciate it. Wish you all the success and let this education reach as many people as possible. 🙂

  2. thank you Pulkit for sharing your knowledge with us.
    I do have some questions regarding how karma works in case of non-humans for example: trees / minute organisms. Do they also have a subconscious "mind" where samskaras are deposited? Would be interesting to know what constitutes morality for them i.e. how does atma decide guided by karma that it's ready for evolution into a next body or directly moksha?
    Do they also possess ego/ahamkaar and experience separateness? Is it possible that they have their own yoga techniques? Thank you.

  3. Such deep and insightful explanation. As if I am listening to a guru himself or herself.
    I am immensely benefited. I pray for your mukti.

  4. As a Buddhist, you lost me at "atman (soul)" part, as in Buddhism there is anatman or anatta (no self). Is it possible that what you're calling atman is really something else?

  5. I love how you outline and explain your videos. Thanks for them and keep it up! Please talk about how raising the kundalini is not about "getting superpowers" and impressing people, like a lot of westerners tend to think. Talk about how to manage our energy, especially for people who have committed to celibacy and need to transmute sexual energy into something holier. Thanks again!

  6. If your soul/subcounscious is what determines your karma, does the same law of karma work the same way for psykopats? Given that they may not even subconsciously perceive their bad actions the same way

  7. ok now here's the toughest question why do you need to attain moksha
    and if god created you then why does he want you back and what is the necessity to let you experience all this we are experiencing in this world?

  8. Millions of thanks and best wishes for your great job.
    One doubt – As the law, Atman can pull or draw oneself in a situation where conditions will be created to remove bad sanskara (Karmic punishment). If Atman can have this ability, why such karma happens which creats bad sanskara. Why is it not possible for Atman to avoid such Karma which creates bad Sanskara?

  9. Karma is an action , which we perform due to ignorance that creates our desire which becomes our fate and destiny

  10. Mam why the scientist Stephen Hawking disagreed to believe in God ??and he confidently told that God doesn't exist

  11. I used to believe till the Nirbhaya case, and listening to news everyday has just make me believe that it does not work. Why was a 8 month old girl was raped last month in Delhi? Why humans keep on torturing their own pets? What about the heinous societies, where wrongs like incest or or sexual exploitation are taught as good things , what happens to the soul impression then? I am not expecting answers I am just saying human mind tries to make up a back story of every event ,Karna is just another concept to finish the story line.

  12. Your videos are highly qualified and exposes the vedantic truths in brief and lucid manner, but they are intelligible only to those who have read the vedantins like swami Vivekananda and others. I would like to request you that videos should also be in Hindi and one thing must be mentioned that your English videos are by not from any teacher but from a reader who reads the written materials too fast for the listeners to cope with the deep meaning of the vedantic truth. pictorial presentations are good but the audio is very fast which needs to slow down.

  13. Mam…thank you so much for this video…this explains a lot of things that happened in my life repeatedly….thank you for showing the importance of being in love with our soul…bcoz.there is no necessary to run to others with our problems….all answers are inside our soul….thank you again…I really appreciate your efforts for this video….
    I really was in misconception about law of karma…but now it has become clear…and …I do love my God more …bcoz he is not a punisher..always forgives us and give chances….this channel should way more subscribers…these kind of teachings should be relevant in our education system especially the current society needs it…
    You are doing a noble job…..love your clear voice and explanation…God bless you and your family ❤❤❤👏👏👏👏😊😊👍❤

  14. Pl amazing vdo. but the speaker when imparting spiritual knowledge,should be soothing to sound .her voice is very high pitch ..irritating.thanks

  15. Excellent video explaining Karma justice, I'm reading Swami Vivekananda's complete works but missed Shriram Sharma and Aurobindo thanks for letting know.
    Also please explain why our souls got the ignorance or ego(and fell into this vicious cycle of life and death).So does this means, god is nothing but the first soul who realised the fact and made this whole creation to help us realise the fact ? If not how come god's soul alone was so knowledgeable and our souls are so ignorant ? I really wanted to know, I'm not getting the answer for this anywhere….

  16. I love your videos because they are simple to understand. Don't bother all the insane comments.Keep doing your good work.

  17. So if you are your own ijudge. You commit murder and had no remorse. Does tht mean there no ego driven scum collecting? So no karmic return? If u do not think you made a mistake then no karma? Tht means karma is nothng?

  18. But why the soul got trapped in the birth and death cycle. What's the use of it? First it gets trapped and forgets who it is then our goal is to remember our true nature and attain moksha. What's all this? Why this whole drama then?

  19. Wow! You did excellent work here. The most important video for me. I am very thankful to you for making this video. Keep it up!

  20. Mam..r u a working woman..i can see u have read lots of books..me being working woman..even if i try i wont be able to read all these books..but still thanks..will try to read as much as i can..

  21. Are having strong ambitions like aiming for IIT or trying to become the Prime Minister of our country wrong then?Then what would be the motive for work then? Also, if person A kills person B for no fault of person B then how would person A be born in the next life?

  22. Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare

    Thank you very much mam indeed.
    Really Appreciate your work. It makes much simpler and understandable. Really an eye opener.
    Hare Krishna

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