Gita and Reincarnation
(bhagvad gita reincarnation karma)
Bhagavad Gita and Reincarnation:
In Bhagavad Gita the concept of reincarnation has been made explicitly clear.
In the doctrine
of Bhagavad Gita by Lord Krishna... reincarnation is not a myth. It
is as valuable and clear as the water we drink and the air we breathe.
of the soul in another body is a fundamental of life around which
rotates the central concept of the cosmos itself. Bhagavad Gita
states that every soul (atman) reincarnates again and again to facilitate
the removal of dross within. This process of reincarnation stops
when the human form gains enlightenment (Kaivalya Jnana) and finally
the concept of reincarnation in Bhagavad Gita it is imperative to
understand the logic behind such a concept. It is the rebirth
concept of soul that makes it manifest a body again and again and
vice versa does not hold good. Meaning thereby that no human body
(no living being that has life in it) does ever inherit a soul (atman)!
the concept of reincarnation in Bhagavad Gita... the reincarnation rebirth of
the soul is necessary for every soul to progress and gain purity (remove the dross
from within)... reach the end of its cosmic life. This end of the cosmic life
for the soul as per Bhagavad Gita culminates in every human form gaining enlightenment
(Kaivalya Jnana) and finally the stage of salvation (moksha).
whole crux of cosmic system is dependent upon the reincarnation theory explained
in Bhagavad Gita. In the absence of the reincarnation concept... no soul can ever
manifest a body and that spells the end of cosmos itself. Such an event cannot
be... life goes on and on! Whether it is the form of an insect, plant, animal
or a human being... this process of reincarnation as detailed in Bhagavad Gita
is an unending process until the soul reaches the final stage of liberation from
the chain of manifestations forever.
and rebirth theory are truly the essence of life of a living being. As we perform...
so shall our future be! It is the concept of karma in Bhagavad Gita that clarifies
this point. The migration of the soul from one life to another (the concept of
reincarnation) is possible with balance of karma of the present life getting transferred
to the next life.
transfer of karma from the previous life to the present life results in one getting
born in the house of a King or a laborer. All is dependent upon the karma of our
lives until now. As we sow so shall we get... nothing less or more! As per Bhagavad
Gita, in the cosmic system... if properly understood the doctrine of reincarnation
absolutely clarifies that every human being has the potential of taking control
of one's destiny.
and the doctrine of karma are absolutely interrelated. The one cannot perform
without the other. We perform the karma and the balance of our karma in present
life would decide what manifestation by our soul atman in the next life would
be. Whether the soul would reincarnate the body of a laborers son or a prince
is purely dependent upon the residual balance of karma of all the lives we have
lived until now.
of karma is a complex one. Once understood... the concept of reincarnation
as explained in Bhagavad Gita becomes absolutely clear. In a nutshell...
every human being desirous of manifesting the form of a prince in
next life must perform their karma accordingly. Only then our soul
atman residing in our heart would be able to manifest
destiny and reincarnate accordingly in the life.
Essay by: Vijay
Kumar "Atma Jnani"
Kumar... The Man who Realized God in 1993 on Bhagavad Gita and Reincarnation.
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