The 3 Types Of Karma Explained

Yogically, there are three types of karma. The word karma refers to results of past actions, present actions, and actions we will perform in the future.

Literally translated, the word Karma means action. It comes from the Sanskrit root ‘kr,’ which means to act. The action of Karma includes movement of our bodies and the movement of our thoughts. “The karmas of the past, present, and future are called Sanchitta, Parabda, and Agami. These can best be defined by David Life and Shannon Gannon, founders of Jivamukti.

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