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Samsara (Reincarnation)

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Chang Yang

on 19 September 2012

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Transcript of Samsara (Reincarnation)

The Cycle of Life, Death, and Rebirth Samsara What is Samsara? How karma is involved... The Books... Moksha A person who dies, carries its karma with them into the next life when they are reborn with a chance to balance out their karma. Known as reincarnation, the soul gets reborn over and over again after death and "wears" a new form when reborn. It is said that an individual may experience effects from past lives, and a person's worldly statuses depends on actions in their past life. Meaning "liberation", Moksha is considered the "Ultimate Goal of Life" in Hindu belief. It releases one from the endless cycle of samsara. Achieving Moksha In the Hindu belief, self realization is considered the best way to attain Moksha. When one is reborn, their next form is determined by their karma. One could be born into an animal, a human being, and even plants and rocks in some religious beliefs. Samsara means "continuous flow." The Buddha taught that there was no end or beginning to this cycle, and the goal of Indian religions was to end this cycle. Some of the Vedas and Upanishads contained the oldest information on Reincarnation. A Hindu should practice one or more forms of Yoga, because God exists in many different forms.
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