Killing creates sin, but the amount of sin varies depending on who is being killed (animal or human), with what intention or under which circumstance
In this article we explain the consequences or punishment faced by those who commit a sin.
Feeling sorry for a mistake committed and making effort to make up for the misdeed is a natural tendency in humans. In this article we explain what one can do to eliminate the effects of sin.
All of us commit various sinful actions during our day-to-day activities. Depending on who has been affected by the sin, there are sins which cause harm to the self and to others.
Merits are the special energy gained or ability developed by devotedly following a righteous lifestyle, while sins are generated by those acts which are responsible for someone else’s decline.
While we may have given and received gifts all our lives, we may not be fully aware of the spiritual implications of giving and receiving gifts.
After we die on Earth, we (i.e. our respective subtle bodies) go to one of the various subtle regions of the Universe depending on our spiritual level and merits and demerits.
Every now and again, we hear the clichéd question, ‘What is the meaning of life?’ or ‘What is the purpose of life?’ or ‘Why are we born?’. From a spiritual perspective, there are two generic reasons why we are born.