What are the Hindu beliefs of reincarnation?

Discussion in 'Research on Hinduism' started by Mishka, Jul 18, 2015.

  1. Mishka

    Mishka New Member

    Hinduism has numerous beliefs, reincarnation is one of them. Reincarnation is something when soul reincarnates again and again. Basically it is the concept of soul or spirit.

    This concept is in very depth to understand. I am really very much interested to this belief of Hinduism. Can somebody help me to know?

    Waiting for some replies.
  2. Mishka

    Mishka New Member

    Is there an unavoidable objective or is it something that happens? Discover some of the concepts behind Hinduism's reincarnation, seo, and the pattern of revival.
    Hinduism Defined
    Hinduism, in its briefest type, is the perception in a superior being that timepieces over an limitless pattern of development, maintenance, and dissolution. This limitless pattern is most connected to what we will be talking about here.

    Reincarnation is when the spirit, which is seen as everlasting and aspect of a religious world, profits to the actual world in a new human body. A spirit will finish this pattern many periods, studying new factors everytime and operating through its seo (which will be mentioned below). This pattern is marked Samsara.

    Reincarnation in Hinduism is not restricted to being created as individual. You may have had before lifestyles as creatures, vegetation, or as heavenly people who concept aspect of characteristics. If it has lifestyle, then it is aspect of the pattern. Keep in mind that so when you grind a bug or phase onto the lawn, which could be your excellent dad or upcoming grandchild.
  3. garry420

    garry420 Well-Known Member

    reincarnation is pure form of modern day science.
    Energy = Soul
    Form = Body
    Now modern days science
    Energy can neither be created nor be destroyed but it can be changed from one form to another.

    Ancient science from Shree Madh Bhagwat Geeta:

    "dehino-asmin yatha dehe
    kaumaram yauvnam jara
    tatha dehantar-praptir-
    adhiras tatra na muhyati" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Two verse 13)

    "Sri Krishna said: Just as boyhood, youth & old age are attributed to the soul & the embodied soul continuously passes through these cycles, similarly the embodied soul passes into another body at death. The wise man does not get deluded & bewildered with such a change."

    "avinasi tu tad viddhi
    yena sarvam idam tatam
    vinasam avyayasyasya
    na kascit kartum arhati" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Two verse 17)

    "Sri Krishna said: Know that to be imperishable & indestructible, by which all this is pervaded; for none can bring about the destruction of this indestructible substance, the imperishable soul."

    According to Bhagwat Gita, the Soul, or Atman, is never born, never dies and after coming into existence never ceases to be. It is nitya (always), shasvatah (permanent) and purana (very ancient) (Chapter 2.20).

    "na jayate mriyate va kadacin
    nayam bhutva bhavita va na bhuyah
    ajo nityah sasvato ’yam purano
    na hanyate hanyamane sarire" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Two verse 20)

    "Sri Krishna said: The soul is never born nor dies at any time. Soul has not come into being, does not come into being, and will not come into being. Soul is unborn, eternal, ever-existing and primeval. Soul is not slain when the body is slain."

    Note: The above quotes say that soul is neither created nor be destroyed but it changes its place from one form(body) to another.
  4. Senthil

    Senthil Active Member Staff Member

    The exact nature of reincarnation does vary from sect to sect. Exactly what life forms we take on, or have taken on is one example. In some sects we more or less go up the chain of refined animals. In others we are always human, or may go to horses, or dogs, etc, but not to insects.

    Some sects feel the soul is truly immortal, and forever separate from God, while others feel there is a final merger with God, and no more separateness at all.

    Most of us believe that we are the soul, and not the body, mind, or ego, and also it's even deeper than that, the Self within the soul, or the essence of the soul.

    So it's complicated, but that's the nature of the diversity of our faith.
  5. rahul malik

    rahul malik New Member

    The soul reincarnates again and again till it overcomes its state of dillusion and realizes its completeness.
    Reincarnation, according to Hinduism, is a series of changes through which an individual passes.

    Hinduism believes in the rebirth and reincarnation of souls. The souls are immortal and imperishable. Each Life experience on earth and each incarnation of soul offers the jiva an opportunity to learn and overcome its inconsistencies and complete its karma.

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