HINDU TERM EXERCISE

HINDU TERM EXERCISE - Hindu Terms Exercise 1. Define karma,...

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Hindu Terms Exercise 1. Define karma , reincarnation , samsara , and moksha . How do these terms relate to one another? Karma has a cause and effect clause. Karma takes place when an action or dead to bring upon oneself, whether good or bad in their life or reincarnation. Reincarnation is to have belief that after death the soul comes back to earth in another form. Samsara is a series of births and deaths that are endless to which all beings are subject. Moksha is the freedom from differentiated, temporal and mortal world of ordinary experience . All of these terms are related because they all deal with Hinduism. 2. Explain what yoga is, and list and explain the basic types. Yoga is the joining or integrating all aspects of the individual body with mind and your mind to your soul. It helps to achieve a balanced spiritual life. Some types of yoga are Ananda yoga, Bikram yoga, Hatha, and Integral yoga. Hatha is one of the main yoga which includes postures, regulated breathing, and meditation that
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This note was uploaded on 08/14/2011 for the course HUM 130 taught by Professor Georgegreaves during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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