Karma is a Sanskrit word meaning action. The Law of Karma states that every action has a good or bad character that circulates out into the world and returns to us. In this talk, the renowned Hindu teacher Swamiji delves into the Law of Karma, looking more deeply into its meaning and its implications for our life and spiritual evolution. What is right action and wrong action, and how can right action become a non-action? How does good and bad Karma bind us to the physical plane, whilst non-action will free us from that plane? How does the Law of Karma relate to our childhood traumas, hurt feelings and wounds? How does individual Karma, family Karma, social Karma, and world Karma impact our lives? How are the Law of Karma and the Law of Reincarnation connected? Come to this inspiring presentation and see how a deeper understanding of Karma can bring peace, harmony, and freedom into your life.
Yogacharya Dharmananda, fondly known as Swamiji, is a preeminent scholar and teacher of the Science of Yoga, Hindu Philosophy, and Comparative Religion. As the former Director of the International Vishwaguru Yoga and Meditation Institute (Rishikesh, India), he has given these teachings to students from all over the world for more than 25 years. He is a direct disciple of the late Guru, Shri Vishwaguruji Maharaj. Swamiji’s early education in English and Science, his training in the army, and his openness and respect for all cultures and traditions makes him an ideal teacher for the Western world. Swamiji’s lectures – especially his mode of presentation with humor, stories and anecdotes – has earned him wide acclaim. He currently resides in Loveland, Colorado, and teaches yoga and spirituality at the Aruyveda Mandala Training Center and gives talks and lectures throughout the front range of Colorado. More information: http://www.pyamandala.com/swamijidharmananda.html
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