- Jul 26, 2011 Karma – Meaning and Definition. Category: . karmadosha:Sinful work or vice, blunder; evil consequences.
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- Jul 29, 2008 Karma dosha or ill effects of our doings get erased with HIS name. Highest is HIS name and still reachable by the lowest like me.
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- ALL ARE BOUND BY THE LAW OF KARMA
- ALL ARE BOUND BY THE LAW OF KARMA. Everyone has to face the consequences of one's own karma.
- SATGURU AS COSMIC PRINCIPLE
- Satguru removes all contaminations such as Karma Dosha, Kala Sarpa Dosha,Curses from deities and ancestral souls etc. afflicted in the soul and empowers it by filling cosmic energy in all the Soulistic layers so as to reach the Source ie. Sarveswara.
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- Astounding dialogue with cancer reveals female negative energy
- 3 days ago So when a particular person accumulates more than twelve crores Karma dosha, possibly self acquired or ancestral, he/she will get 'Cancer'.
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- Means: The reason of all type of diseases are due to the Karma dosha of this life or in the pre incarnations.
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