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Moksha - Wikipedia

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Moksha (Sanskrit: मोक्ष, mokṣa), also called vimoksha, vimukti and mukti, is a term in ... Moksha is also a concept that means liberation from rebirth or saṃ...

Moksha or Liberation in Hinduism - Hinduwebsite.com

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Heavenly life is as desirable or undesirable as earthly life because in the ... The concept of liberation is difficult to explain in Hinduism, unless one is very ... attachment and egoism to subject the souls to their physical existence and ... the doer and stay away from any notion of expectation or desire for the fruit of ones action...

The Buddhist Wheel of Life - Dharmapala Thangka Centre

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... of the Buddhist teachings, the Four Truths: the existence of earthly suffering, ... the ending or prevention of misery and the practice path to liberation from suffering. ... The eighth picture, of a woman offering a drink to a man, illustrates desire, ...

Hinduism - Karma, samsara, and moksha | religion | Britannica.com

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Jun 20, 2016 ... Actions generated by desire and appetite bind one's spirit (jiva) to an endless ... escape from the impermanence that is an inherent feature of mundane existence. ... form of a conflict between the aspiration for liberation and the heartfelt desire to have descendants and continue earthly life, manifests itself in ...

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Hindus call this liberation moksha. ... the primary ways in which followers of Hinduism seek to achieve this salvation--liberation from earthly existence. ... The first is the goal of pleasure or enjoyment, particularly through love and sexual desire.

Hinduism :: Hindu Religion Religious India - 123HelpMe.com

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The ultimate salvation for a Hindu is based on the desire for liberation from earthly existence. This has arisen from the Hindu belief in reincarnation, a cycle of ...

Hinduism dictionary definition | Hinduism defined - YourDictionary

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... aspects of one eternal truth, and by a desire for liberation from earthly evils. ... and the Archipelago is still obscure, in spite of the existence of gigantic ruins, but  ...

God, Soul and the World - Magazine Web Edition > July/August ...

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INSIGHT God, Soul and the World Hindu Views on the Nature of Existence. ... Next we explore the views of these four denominations on liberation from the cycle of ... ¦We are immortal souls living and growing in the great school of earthly experience in .... Extolling God's first Perfection, the Vedas explain, "Self- resplendent...

liberation, do not desire it - Prabhupada Books

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The impersonalists desire to merge into the existence of the Supreme, but without ... gave up his lordship over the earthly planet and his affection for his children, society, ... And what is the use for you of spiritual emancipation or liberation from  ...

What Is Hinduism? — Introduction - Himalayan Academy

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Dharma is God's divine law prevailing on every level of existence, from the ..... not knowing that these objects of our desire are already within us as attributes of ... During each earthly manifestation, an individual's karma (literally “work” or ... The ultimate goal of life, in the Hindu view, is called moksha, liberation fro...