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  • Nor can the term 'work' denote the enumerated persons, since the latter are mentioned separately -- in the clause, 'He who is the maker of those persons' -- and as inferential marks (viz. the neuter gender and the singular number of the word karman, work) contradict that assumption.

    The Vedanta-Sutras with the Commentary by Sankaracarya Sacred Books of the East, Volume 1

  • Now as the different personal souls abiding in the sun, &c., and connected with karman in the form of good and evil actions, are known already by Bâlâki, the term 'karman' -- met with in the next clause -- is clearly meant to throw light on some Person so far not known to Bâlâki, and therefore must be taken to mean not good and evil deeds or action in general, but rather the entire Universe in so far as being the outcome of activity.

    The Vedanta-Sutras with the Commentary by Ramanuja — Sacred Books of the East, Volume 48

  • -- That Nescience is called karman (work) is stated in the same chapter of the Purâna (st.

    The Vedanta-Sutras with the Commentary by Ramanuja — Sacred Books of the East, Volume 48

  • The word karma comes from karman, which means -- and only means -- "action."

    Derek Beres: Is Tipping Good for Your Karma?

  • The word karma comes from karman, which means -- and only means -- "action."

    Derek Beres: Is Tipping Good For Your Karma?

  • First is sattvika-karman, actions performed without attachment after the fruit, or phala, the "moral reward" or "karmic payoff" of the action; second, rajasa-karman, action performed from ego specifically for pleasure; third, tamasa-karman, performed by a confused or deluded individual with no concern for moral or spiritual consequences of the action (see Goldman Sachs).

    Derek Beres: Is Tipping Good for Your Karma?

  • First is sattvika-karman, actions performed without attachment after the fruit, or phala, the "moral reward" or "karmic payoff" of the action; second, rajasa-karman, action performed from ego specifically for pleasure; third, tamasa-karman, performed by a confused or deluded individual with no concern for moral or spiritual consequences of the action (see Goldman Sachs).

    Derek Beres: Is Tipping Good For Your Karma?

  • First is sattvika-karman, actions performed without attachment after the fruit, or phala, the "moral reward" or "karmic payoff" of the action; second, rajasa-karman, action performed from ego specifically for pleasure; third, tamasa-karman, performed by a confused or deluded individual with no concern for moral or spiritual consequences of the action (see Goldman Sachs).

    Derek Beres: Is Tipping Good For Your Karma?

  • The word karma comes from karman, which means -- and only means -- "action."

    Derek Beres: Is Tipping Good For Your Karma?

  • Whatever happened to Slade and karman ghia flared jeans.

    Laying Yoga Bare

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