Good Karma vs Bad Karma Hinduism

Spiritually good karma does not create any bondage. Any karma that creates bondage was bad karma. Spiritually good karma is always indulged nishkama karma way of life, always acting like a trustee, a caretaker for whom everything all the time belonged to God Almighty.


For every single action indulged by human beings, the fruits of karma always belonged to soul atman within and as souls’ atmans were miniscule form of God Almighty, the fruits of karma always belonged to God. To reach state of spiritual awakening we need negating karma to zero.


For becoming a self realized soul, both good and bad karma have to be annihilated in totality.


Normal human beings whose goal of life is not spirituality must try eradicating bad karma from their lives. Doing so would lessen their sufferings from time to time.


Spiritual seekers have to practice absolute celibacy for a minimum period of 12 years in continuation to stop flow of thoughts to our brain in totality. Practice of celibacy does not constitute abstention from sexual indulgence alone, above 90% celibacy relates to brain.


It is practice of absolute celibacy that expects kundalini awakening, the coiled Serpentine energy lying dormant in base of spine. JRD Tata, a Magnificent Karma Yogi who never indulged in Bhagavad Gita literally practiced Bhagavad Gita every second of life. JRD Tata conducted his business nishkama karma way of life. JRD Tata always treated himself as a trustee, caretaker of all things that all the time belonged to God. Never for a moment did JRD Tata consider Tata Empire as one’s own. The benefit of his clients, workers and mankind at large was above all.


We can literally say JRD Tata knew nothing about bad karma as not only knowingly but even unknowingly he never indulged in bad karma. Everything JRD Tata indulged did not produce any bondage. JRD Tata always lived like a free bird yet, a trustee of the most respected business house of India.

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