MEMBANGKITKAN KEMBALI KARMA PHALA SEBAGAI PILAR KEYAKINAN AGAMA HINDU

Jurnal Purwadita

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Title MEMBANGKITKAN KEMBALI KARMA PHALA SEBAGAI PILAR KEYAKINAN AGAMA HINDU
 
Creator WIGUNADIKA, I WAYAN SAPTA
 
Description Hinduism teaches about the five forms of faith or belief called panca sradha. One of
them is Karma in its narrow meaning is deed, widely is the law of cause or effect of all actions
called karma phala. The law of karma has a universal nature, in the sense that all beings will be
subject to the law of karma, and all deeds will surely get the result. Karma comes from thoughts,
speech and deeds. So good a bad deed which although still limited to the mind will also get the
result. This life inherits our own karma. We are the makers of karma for ourselves, karma befall
anyone and karma is eternal law, because karma is an element of causal law. The doctrine of
nutmeg karma that becomes the pillar of Hindu religion must be raised again. If the teachings of
nutmeg karma are not taught it is most likely that the doctrine will always be a meaningless
utterance. Understanding the karma of nutmeg is the eternal law of old, now and then the peace
will come true. In the upanisads described all deeds will get results, both deeds are good for
society and the act is detrimental to society. Both of these will gain good results both in the
world and in the afterlife.
 
Publisher STAHN Mpu Kuturan Singaraja
 
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Date 2018-06-25
 
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Identifier http://jurnal.stahnmpukuturan.ac.id/index.php/Purwadita/article/view/24
 
Source Jurnal Purwadita; Vol 2, No 1 (2018): Vol 2, No 1 (2018)
2549-7928
 
Language ind
 
Relation http://jurnal.stahnmpukuturan.ac.id/index.php/Purwadita/article/view/24/22
 
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