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Karma - neither a reward nor a punishment system

Our past actions have consequences.  Loosely, these consequences are called Karma.  So we have good and bad karma that we cannot escape from.  When we encounter good karma - let us share with others, let us put it to good use in helping others and let us not get attached to the good things. When we encounter bad karma, let us not give up, let us persist till it is worked out.  To work it out, we need to use actions that counter the bad karma, with the help of spiritual techniques. 

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Rudraksha - the little spiritual amplifiers - Part 1

In Hindu culture, plants have a special place.  Banana plants are used in special occasions as harbingers of luck and prosperity, mango leaves are hung outside the entrances to ward off evil, Tulsi plants inside the home bring Divine energy. Large trees are seen as protectors and as symbols of spirituality (Buddha got his Enlightenment under a banyan tree),  But a small seed with a special story takes the top place.  Elaeocarpus ganitrus - is a typical tropical tree with broad leaves and buttresses above the soil.  The raw fruit is green and when ripe it is ink blue.  The fruits are collected and dried so that seeds can be removed. And it is the seed that is sought after.  The seeds are unique and convoluted like human brain.  They are nearly spherical with variations in shape.  There are distinct compartments marked by lines.  Each compartment is called a face.  The seeds vary by number of faces 1 up to 21 - some being extremely rare and some quite common. The number of faces signify the specialty of the seed.  The single face is purely for attaining spiritual enlightenment whereas the 15 face is for general well-being.  The seed also commonly referred to as bead is called Rudraksha. 

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