It is quite evident that the Hinduism community is not a united belief religion. This is because; the religious community is comprised of numerous religious approaches; all marked with different views of animist, antiquity, and devotion to divine worship as well as marriage practices. However, Hinduism has many commonalities making it the Hindu. Such include and not limited to having common faith in yogic practices (Knott, 1998).
According to available information, yoga is defined as a combination of both physical and mental practices aimed at meditation or simply soul searching.
This involves numerous practices such as restraining of life forces, abstraction from external forces that affect our sense organ, living a non violent life, engaging in maximized concentration on a given objective, and devoted meditation on a given subject (Knott, 1998).
Another common practice that makes the Hinduism community is the notion of Karma. Based on available literature, Karma simply means the cycle of cause and effects of things in our deeds. By this, Hinduisms engage to ensure that they act with consideration of morality in their day to day activities.
In addition, they do belief that human beings are free to choice good or evil but should be ready to suffer the associated consequences. The third binding belief in the Hinduism community is the Hindus marriage concept. According to the Hindu school, marriage is a sacrament rather than a contract between couples. For all Hindus, marriage entails a life commitment between a man and a woman whose aim is to search God’s will, meet their physical desires, and expand their personal possessions.
Hindu’s belief in respecting all living creatures is due to many reasons, including the presence of Brahman, the close connection between humans and animals and the most basic principles of satya and ahimsa. Firstly, Hindus believe that God created the whole universe and that all creation whether it be oceans, mountains, human beings, animals or plants it is all part of the Universal Spirit ( ...
Hinduism is predominant in the south Asian countries particularly in India. The reason why the religion is cultural and societal influence in its region of influence in India is that its origin is in the Indus River. Hinduism has evidently influenced the lives of members in its origin. This can be quite evident marriage, wealth, and yoga practices in the region. True from the letter, Indians are quite industrious in the process of acquiring wealth. Due to this reason, citizens of this nation have emerged as among the best investors in the world.
As an emphasis to this assertion is the claim by available reports that Indians dominate the IT industries. This cultural value is no doubt a consequence of the common belief by Hinduism that marriage entails searching for creation of wealth. On yoga practices, the Indian community has been quite pivotal in the process of influencing sole searching practices across the globe. Just to be appreciated is the fact that meditation does not only influence our living behavior but above all serves the ultimate purpose of shaping our lives (Narayanan, 2010).
This is because; it encompasses physical and mental practices in the process of seeking comfort of life. In the societal level, Hinduism has been encouraged social responsibility among members of the Indian community. Owing to their strong believe in this religion, divorce and domestic violence is quite low in India compared to other communities in the world (Narayanan, 2010).
In addition, Indians like helping relatives to promote their sustainable social and economic well-being.
This can be best explained by the fact that the religion states that people are free to choice good or evil but should be ready to suffer the associated consequences. It is worth noting that doing good will is one practice that one is assured of not consequential repercussions. The process of realizing liberation from earthly existence by the Hindus is based on the concept of samsara. This religious community belief in heaven and hell; with heaven being a place where great and noble people go after performing good things on earth.
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According to the dictates of samsara, commitment to good or evil while on earth determines where we go after life. The concept has it that a human being is continuously born and reborn on earth. Such can be in form of human being, god or any other being. For Hinduism, living a life of ego-consciousness and desire is instrumental in determining your life after death. Through the process of searching for having a conscious living, one attains liberation. To achieve this, this religion believes in both yoga and karma.
In yoga (commonly called soul searching process), an individual has the opportunity to realize their true self through a process of meditation. On the other hand, karma entails doing good deeds as the only way one can attain liberation from earthly life (Narayanan, 2010).
According to the religion, engaging in karma yoga gives the individual a guarantee to selfless actions, an element that brings understanding of the need of unity to all. Therefore, the desire for liberation from earthly existence by Hindus is encompassed in the yoga and karma provisions.