What is karma (action)? How does it work? What are its components? How does it impact us? Can we overcome the effects of karma?
Since karma is from Bhārat , it is important to understand how the concept of karma works in the Indian context. This can be understood from the scriptures.
Dharma is the natural state of entity. Eg. a heart pumps blood. Likewise, humans live in peace when they live in a society where all are committed to order.
What is sanatana-dharma? Why is it called universal? How does it integrate the various aspects of life in Bharat (India)? What are it's components?
Bandhana is the principle that whenever we transact with any object, it will result in a bond & relationship between us and the object we are transacting with.
Whenever we are in any situation, our behaviour and outcome is determined by how we view ourselves. This is called Self-Awareness or asmita.
Māya means illusion or farce. The concept gets its drive from the logic that everything that we see or experience in the world is temporary, hence illusionary.
Guṇa, also known as attributes, is the driver of our attitude in any situation. Our guṇa determines how we address and manage change.
What is the relationship between our sense of self-worth, stress and situational awareness? What happens to us when we receive a stimulus?
What is the relationship between our sense of self-worth, stress and situational awareness? How do we respond to stimulus and its relationship with stress?
What is prāṇā? How does it manifest? How does it impact our body? How can we recognise it? How does it impact our health. All this is answered here.
What is situational awareness (prajñā) and how it impacts change? What is the relationship between situational awareness and dharma?