Hindu Terms week three - opinion it is believed and...

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Axia College Material Appendix E Hindu Terms Map Word What is your personal understanding of each of these terms? After reading the text, how would you redefine each of them? What differences did you find between the popular usage and actual definitions? Karma The aura of if you do something bad it will come back to you at some time. Action which has a cause and effective cycle. Non it all seems to have the same belief whether it is traditional or new age. Reincarnatio n A life prior to your own. Being born as something else once you die, a continuous cycle of life. To be born again. Spirit of a person comes back after death in another physical form. There appeared to be no real noticeable differences in its use other than it is a spiritual for some but for others it’s more physical. Yoga Form of exercise that has a spiritual foundation. Traditional mediation practice that connects the mind and body. There was non in my
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Unformatted text preview: opinion it is believed and practice with the belief that the body HUM 130 and mind connect through the use of meditation. Guru Influential body who may motivate, advise, or be the head of an organization, form of religious following A person held in great regard who is extremely knowledgeable. The difference in what different groups believed to be a Guru; one views it as a divine figure, where as western society view Guru as anyone who acquires followers. Chakras Was not aware of this term until I started this paper, there for can not offer a definition in my own words. Pressure points of the body that create energy centers. Due to not knowing this terminology prior to this exercise I was unable to see any differences in usage. It appears though that it has the same concept as the pressure points of the body only Chakras is points along the spine and in a more towered HUM 130 structure. HUM 130...
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2012 for the course AAIT Ethics125/ taught by Professor Pearlman during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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