Param Atman: Supreme Being



Karma Yoga


the purpose of creating good karma;
which leads to the goal of being a saint or charya.
The goal to proceed to better lives.
The next incarnations which leads to moksha.

Karma means a good deed.
And karma yoga is the act of doing good.
The act of charity, compassion, filantropy.

Karma Yoga;
for people who are rich it is the source of their happiness.
for people who are poor it may be the source of lifeimprovement.
For all beings it is a step on the road to a good life.

Karma Yoga;
If it is believed that human souls are life after life creating the fruits of karma,
it is the sole purpose to reach that ultimate goal where no karma is created,
and the soul is on the last step on the road.
After which the incarnating stops. After which the soul gets liberated.

Karma Yoga; There is no trick to know where on this path you stand.
There is no trick to pretend good deeds; for the Creator sees your intentions.

Addition


Additional to Karma is the act of
doing good deeds, being for karma.

Pitri loka is the place of the ancestors,
where after dying they rest in the peace
of that sphere, a loka.

In christian methodology,
this is the sphere of the holy saints,
able to guide and influence
the living while they are sometimes
even unaware of their support.

Pitri loka is less guiding
to the ultimate goal or purpose
because the pitris or ancestors
have no physical body.

As the ancestors,
have an invisible body,
attached to their soul,
they in india or hindustan,
mostly guide and support
their offspring, and their
beloved relationships.

As ancestors support
they choose uncommon
ways, and above human
willpower they can
like give vans of
siddhu food the reason
to drive past one in
the favor of the saddhu's

As pitri loka,
is without hands,
and without being visibile,
its on the earth plane,
that growth in spiritual sense
can hardly deviate from the growth
during their own lives.

Pitri loka,
the sphere of invisible
guidance of offspring.

Because of this reason,
they in traditional sense
respect theire forefathers,
and their bonds.

May we speak in reverence
about our ancestors