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How does a Hindu reach Moksha?
Moksha is the freedom from the vicious cycle of life, death, and rebirth. In hinduism, people are divided into different varnas, or groups in the caste system. When people are… reincarnated, they either go up a level, or down a level, depending on their karma. When one is reincarnated over and over, they will finally reach moksha, or the state of perfect peace.
Moksha is the acheivement of freedom from the rebirth cycle.
they try to meditate or pray to Supreme God. Also they try to do yoga to get Moksha (liberation).
Dharma is the moral obligation a person has in their life, like a man has certain obligations as a man to fufill like providing for his family. Moksha is liberation. Once moks…ha is acheived, you can therefore break the chain of karmic consequences and your soul can move on.
You are doing a Hindu version of a snakes and ladders game for a school project in the game it has to include Karma Samsara and moksha any suggestions of how you do it?
If you land on a samsara space as its reincarnation you could go back to the beginning. For Karma you could roll again because its a counting up of all the good things and bad… things you have done - related to numbers. And for moksha you could go and join the person who is furthest - as this means joining your soul to the highest god.
Moksha, more commonly referred to as Nirvana in Buddhism, is a liberation from Samsara (a cycle of rebirth and suffering). Nirvana is the end goal of the Buddhist path, as it …is referred to as "the highest happiness." In this way, Moksha could be called a transcendence into another, utopian world. To reach Moksha/Nirvana, a person must free themselves from all desires, anger, and other afflicting states.
A soul that acheves moksha is free from wants, fear, and pain. EVENTS THAT OCCUR AFTER ATTAINING MOKSHA We would realize that, 1. All the activities merge i…nto a single giant activity called life. 2. Under chaotic conditions life is analog (It depends), which after Moksha becomes digital (Do / Don't). Thus, dreams are directly converted into actions. 3. Negative attitude raises to become one with the positive attitude. This also eradicates manual force between the attitudes, that we use to tide over a crisis and is responsible for Karma. 4. Life becomes extremely flexible but perfectly reversible 5. All data that we have merge to form a single pool of knowledge. This knowledge is analog. Therefore, it is not compatible with Modern languages. 6. We would be able to understand all aspects of life including god, science, emotions, consciousness, mental disorders, etc. 7. All sensations merge to form the sixth sense. Use of sense organs individually becomes forbidden. 8. We appear differently to different people. This enables us to appease people of very diverse natures. 9. Interposed between our body and mind is a three dimensional, bi directional user interface, which also acts as a bi directional analyzer, filter and buffer. The three dimensions are, 1. Vertical - In this dimension are the seven basic Hindu gods, viz. Indra, Shakti, Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva, Shani and Yama, 2. Horizontal/ Left to right - the four Varnas, viz. Brahmana, Kshatriya, Vaishya and Shudra, 3. Horizontal / Back to front - the four kinds of time, viz. 1. At any time 2. In between 3. Before 4. henever possible 10. It is the above variable factors that are responsible for Karma and cause transformation of an activity every time we repeat it, which is what we call Reincarnation. 11. Brahman is the Complete Origional User Interface of life, working automatically. 12. Use of gods, Varnas, and time, both manually and automatically, would enable us to understand the how life is autocorrected. This knowlede is what we call Brahmajnana. 13. Under ideal conditions all the seven gods merge to form the supreme Hindu god Brahman, we would have Brahmana Varna and eternal time. This state is called as 'eternal bliss'. This is the ultimate state of life a Hindu can have. Thus, we would feel that after Moksha life would be effortless, efficient, mistake free and we would know how it works.
Do Hindus believe that a moksha is the good and bad deeds that a person engages in over one or more lifetimes?
There are four different paths to achieve Moksha which a Hindu can take. The Hindu can choose one or all four of the paths they are: 1 The path of knowledge - Jnana-Yoga Spiri…tual knowledge -leading to the knowledge of the relationship between the soul (atman) and God (Brahman) 2 The path of meditation - Dhyana-yoga The idea is to concentrate so you can reach the real self within you and become one with Brahman 3 The Path of Devotion - Bhakti-yoga Choosing a particular god or goddess and worshipping them throughout your life in actions, words and deeds. 4 The path of good works - Karma-yoga This involves doing all your duties correctly throughout your life.
so that they can be freed from the cycle of birth, death and rebirth (samsara). Hindus believe that when they are freed from the samara (birth ,death, rebirth) they can be wit…h BRAHMAN (which is their god)
the four paths to moksha are bhakti, karma, jnana and raja
Moksha is important because it ends the soul's or conciousness's suffering and pain.
The two primary forces of Human beings: To know what Moksha is, we must know that we have, 1. A mighty, inexhaustible and uncontrollable Involuntary force 2. A small, tra…nsient and easily controllable Voluntary force. Brahman is Involuntary force in the purest form. All other Hindu gods are a blend of Involuntary and Voluntary forces. Thus, we can attain Moksha easily through a Hindu god by getting rid of the voluntary component of that god. Shiva and Krishna are best suited for this purpose. Voluntary/ Manual force - the double edged sword: The Voluntary force is the shockabsorber of our life, as it enables us to change with great ease. However, its over use makes our life unstable, chaotic and also abolishes thinking. It is at this stage that we must attain Moksha. This involves getting rid of, 1. Differences among the various activities of our life 2. Our ability to change. Advantages of Involuntary/ Automatic force: Leading a life with pure involuntary force would, 1. Make our life effortless and stress free 2. Get rid of our acquired knowledge and enable us to use pure Inborn knowledge called Brahma Jnana. The Hindu paths to Moksha: The transient, manual force is necessary to deal with a change and thus whenever we become helpless we have a tendency to use it and thus make our life stressful and tiring. There are four ways of avoiding use of voluntary force and getting rid of it from our life. 1. Bhakti Marga: In this we develop faith in the involuntary force and keep using it even if it leads to repeated disasters, until the involuntary force, 1. Finds similarities among all the activities of our life 2. Gets rid of activities that are grossly dissimilar 2. Karma Marga: The Karma acts as a band filter, filtering off activities producing both positive and negative emotions and allowing just unemotional activites. Cycles of rebirth doesn't mean that we are born again and again. It is just symbolic of repeated starting of a new ways of life whenever our life is ruined. 3. Jnana Marga: In this we try to find out similarities among all activities of our life and ways to discard or ignore differences among them. 4. Raja Marga: Since the Involuntary force is mightier, in this approach we use it with Kingly authority, with the hope that voluntary activities surrender, thus enabling us to execute all the activities with the Involuntary force only. Original Meditation - the easiest and the most reliable way to attain Moksha: In this, we sit motionless and keep generating involuntary force, by Isometrically contracting (hardening) the lower end of the band like Hyoglossus muscles, that extend from the sides of our tongue downwards to the U-shaped hyoid bone above our Adam's apple. This would filter off all Voluntary activities and thus enable us to attain Moksha. This is the final common pathway to Moksha even when we use any one of the Margas to attain Moksha. Original Meditation was the first choice of all sages, who attained Moksha.
Yoga is not only Aasans to improve health or fitness. Yoga in Sanskrit means 'to add' 'to unite' meaning thereby to unite yourself with God. For that in Hinduism, the yoga is …explained by Rishi Patanjali as having two parts : Yama and Niyyams. By adopting religiously .the Yama and Niyyams one can attain Moksha That is how Hindus believe Yoga as a means for moksha
Moksha is translated as liberation and also nirvana. Liberation here means to be free from suffering and the cycle of existence. Moksha is one kind of nirvana, it is not, how…ever, the full attainment of Buddhahood. Basically, yes.
The mind and the soul become one and you are reintroduced to who and what you really are. We people come into this world with amnesia of our inheritence; we are born into …this world with such wonderous abilities that every man should discover for himself. Every mans path is different.When anyone reaches the state of the nirvana his mind and spirit has been cleansed and the veil of this "reality" has been disolved. He has fulfilled his purpose, he has reached the highest level of conciousness and is eternally welcome in the Kingdom of Heaven. This is a spiritual science passed down from yogi, to saint, to disciple etc. It is the true essence of enlightenment. Before the churches came into power the library of Alexandria/the library of Isis held this information for those who were spiritually and mentally ready to walk the path of enlightenment.As we are entering the Age of Science we will soon discover the science of spirituality. We have already made an awe-some break through at a quantum level; the science of spirituality is just around the corner..This is not specific to Hindi religion, this is bigger than anything any religion has to offer. Any man , no matter religion is able to access this higher level of enlightenment, you just have to be ready. LIFE AFTER ATTAINING NIRVANA / MOKSHA: Moksha is a concept in Sanatana Dharma. Moksha gave the ability to take advantages of loopholes in the laws of Dharma. Therefore, after attaining Moksha the Hindu could violate laws of Hindu Dharma in a way acceptable to the Hindu society. It is for this reason that in the Puranic period Karma, Reincarnation and Moksha were reinterpreted. According to this new interpretation, the Hindu could get rid of his Karma through good deeds and this would liberate his soul from unending cycles of rebirth. Thus, according to Puranic Hinduism, a Hindu can attain Moksha after his death only. This implies that the Hindu should strictly follow Dharma by doing good deeds till his death. Thus, the Hindu who attains Moksha would have absolute freedom in his life, unrestrained by Hindu Dharma.