Originally posted by Cosmic4life
reply to post by schrodingers dog
Easy to say when you have a Karma of 17 trillion.
I give up, i'm going to stay here at basecamp 200.
It'll take me years to get anywhere.
Hindu scriptures divide karma into three kinds  :
Sanchita is the accumulated karma. It would be impossible to experience and endure all Karmas in one life. From this stock of sanchita karma, a handful is taken out to serve one lifetime and this handful of actions, which has begun to bear fruit and which will be exhausted only on their fruit being experienced. Hence, it is the sum of one's past karmas – all actions (good and bad) that follow through from one's past life to the next.
Prarabdha Fruit-bearing karma is the portion of accumulated karma that has "ripened" and appears as a particular problem in the present life.
Kriyamana is everything that we produce in current life. All kriyamana karmas flow in to sanchita karma and consequently shape our future.
Originally posted by OldDragger
I still don't see it in my profile.
Anybody else think "karma" is just a little, er, both silly and pretentious?
It COULD be bad Karma for ATS to use this term so flippantly.
Originally posted by bluemooone2
F = b sqrt(4a2-b2)/(2a) = a sin(B) = b sin(A)
P = sqrt(a2+2b2)/2
M = b sqrt(a[2a+b])/(a+b) = b sin(A)/sin(3A/2) = Karma
Its very simple really . The formula above is used to calculate Karma.