Any act performed by an individual selflessly without objective, selfishness, duty etc. becomes “Akarma ”.
This higher stage is achieved by the individual when one stops differentiating between ‘within oneself’ and ‘outside world’, and attains the state of oneness with nature, & its mystical supreme power GOD
It does not lead to any fruit/result but leads to Mukti (salvation)
Any bad act performed by an individual which is considered as Paap (sinful) i.e. against the family, society or humanity
Generally it results in sufferings of the individual
Classification of Karma… ? Sanchit (Accumulated from previous births) Kriyamaan (Being performed in present life) Prarabdh (Part of Sanchit karma allocated to be executed in present life) Mainly 3 types of Karma
Kriyamaan Karma… Phal-Ansh Samskaar-Ansh Shudh Good deeds Beneficial for all Ashudh Bad deeds arising out of Greed, Lust, Anger, Ego, Jealousy & Attachment Drashta (visible) Adrashta (invisible) Tatkalik (immediate) Kalantarik (Long term) Lokik (within this life span) Parlokik (future births)
Sanchit Karma… Phal-Ansh Samskaar-Ansh Prarabdh (Karma to be fructified in present birth) Sphurna (Force behind the fructification of karma)
Another method recommended by experts is meditation and “Kundalini” awakening i.e. to attain the ultimate state of one’s inner consciousness, and oneness with the supreme mystic power of the universe. Indian yogis have used this technique for over 4000 years to live tranquil, productive and focused lives.