Sree Aswath is well educated with 4 degrees in Physics, Mathematics, Law and Computer Science. He has received specialized training in Vedic Studies at the Sanskrit College in Bangalore, India. Sree is a past editor of Columbus Hindu Temple publications and a past member of the Interfaith Association of Columbus and the Board of Trustees of the Hindu Temple of Columbus. He has lectured for years at many colleges, universities and major religious organizations in the United States. He also received the title of Samskruta Sri from the World Institute of Vedic Studies in India.Do you really know what karma is? In this presentation, Sree Aswath gives a simple explanation, in layman's terms, what karma is and that there are three types of karma. He explains that our present condition is determined by the total effect of our actions, thoughts and conduct. While we cannot change the past, we can determine our future (in the present life and in future lives) by pursuing a meaningful life style. You can achieve this by avoiding evil and destructive acts, limiting selfish acts and increase selfless endeavors. To get a good understanding of karma, this is absolutely the first presentation you should watch.
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