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    Reincarnation In Buddhism

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    Hinduism Reincarnation plays a very important role in the Hindu religion. It is through this, so one can reborn after reborn until achieving Moksha or liberation. At the state of Moksha, one is with the universe. However, if one fails to achieve Moksha in one life, then one will continue onto the next life through reincarnation cycle. This cycle is also known as Samsara. One is trapped in this Samara cycle until reaching Moksha. If one is being reborn, then one is reborn into a new random creature or body. The creature can be as small as a bacteria or large as a whale. Simply one can be anything. Now what can determine the next life is one’s past life’s action, karma. Karma is the action of the person, whether one did good deeds or bad deeds.…

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    Reincarnation In Hinduism

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    Study of Religion: Hinduism Hinduism is an extremely dynamic religion with emphasis placed on tolerance and the cosmos (Fisher 68). At the center of this philosophy is a major theme, reincarnation. Reincarnation is a central aspect of the Hindu religion, due to the fact that it can be connected to nearly every ritual or doctrine. It is believed that one can only meet Moksha by being reincarnated into higher castes by creating good karma during each life. Moksha is described as an escape from…

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    Reincarnation I believe reincarnation exists.First,it is not an outlandish idea that there might be life after death or rebirth.Second,although a lot of people don’t believe reincarnation is true,there is evidence and experiences that actually prove it.Finally,i believe that there might be a connection between paranormal activities and reincarnation through my research. Idea of rebirth makes sense. Dr. Ian Stevenson, a well known researcher of reincarnation went all around the world…

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    What happens to us when we die? This has been a question commonly asked and ardently debated by many since the beginning of humanity. Reincarnation, a solution for some to this question, involves the rebirth of a soul into a new body after its death, thus beginning a new life for the same soul. It is one of the most fascinating, yet mysterious concepts that reveals itself in several of today’s major world religions. Literally meaning, “to take on the flesh again”, reincarnation is especially…

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    Reincarnation from Remembrance by Michelle Madow Reincarnation conviction reveals that the spirit, upon the death of the body, returns back to earth in another body or form. This is a concept which is trailed by Buddhism and Hinduism but there are not any strong confirmations which can make it more perceptible. Reincarnation is also referred to as the transmigration of the spirit or Resurrection. 20% of the world’s religious population are either Buddhist or Hindu, both religions believing in…

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    In the teachings of Hinduism reincarnation is widely accepted as the process of a dead body’s soul entering into a newborn body and starting a new life. The Bhagavad Gita proclaims, “Just as the soul acquires a childhood body, a youth body, and an old age body during this life; similarly, the soul acquires another body after death…” (The Bhagavad-Gita, 2.13) and also “Just as a person puts on new garments after discarding the old ones; similarly, the living entity or the individual soul acquires…

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    Buddhism and Hinduism tend to be confused with each other; most often it is their beliefs in reincarnation, gods, and afterlives that are mixed up. Religious afterlives are interesting and touchy subjects. Hindu and Buddhist afterlives are similar but also quite different. The afterlives of Buddhist and Hindus compare and contrast in reincarnation, the cycle of life, death, and rebirth, and gods and the heavens in general. Reincarnation is a large part of both Buddhist and Hindu religions.…

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    Reincarnation is a religious concept of birth, death, and rebirth. It is the belief that the soul after death may be reborn into another body or form depending on the person’s own actions. This notion is the central tenet of all major Indian religions like Buddhism and Hinduism; both share a common belief in reincarnation yet interpret its purpose differently. Hindus believe that there is an everlasting soul that journeys through many lifetimes. Buddhist, on the other hand, believe that the soul…

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    Reincarnation is a belief that has been around for a very long time, the concept itself existing for thousands of years and still persisting to this day. This belief shows up in many cultures around world, everywhere from the Americas to Western Africa to throughout Asia. Every culture has a slightly different take on the specifics of reincarnation, molding it to fit into societies of different religious and historical backgrounds. Many different cultures believe in reincarnation. Ancient Greek…

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    "In Tibet we think of the mind and the body as the content and the container." He holds up a cup of tea, then shatters it, "The cup is no longer the cup, but what is the tea?" He pauses, "Like the mind after death, the tea moves from one container to the next, but it is still tea." Lama Norbu wipes up the liquid from the floor and squeezes it out. "Still tea," he chuckles. (Little Buddha) Lama Norbu comes to Seattle in pursuit of finding the reincarnation of his dead teacher, Lama Dorje. His…

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