Theory of Karma - Content
1. Gahana Karmano Gatihi
2. The Law of Karma (Action)
3. Distinct Features of the Law of Karma
4. Paradox in Law
5. Ignorance of law is no Excuse
6. What is Karma?
7. Kriyamana Karma
8. Sanchit Karma
9. Prarabdha Karma
10. Once caught in Karma, never try to escape
11. Let Rascals rejoice now
12. Prarabdha (destiny) is irrevocable and unavoidable
13. Method of performing Kriyaman Karma
14. You get only that much which is destined for you
15. Then why make any Purushartha (present new efforts) at all
16. Prarabdha and purushartha are not against each other
17. Where to apply Purushartha and where to rely on Prarabhda only
18. Freedom of Action - No freedom to escape reaction
19. No subtraction of sinful deeds from pious deeds
20. Body is necessary instrument for enjoying or suffering the fruits (effects) of Karma
21. Then when shall we get Moksha?
22. How to control kriyaman Karmas? Can we stop performing them at all?
23. Which Kriyamana karmas do not accumulate as Sanchit?
24. Actions performed in childhood, immatured minor age
25. Actions performed under unconscious,insane and intoxicated state of mind
26. Actions performed in other than human life
27. Actions performed without any bias in mind due to attachment (RAGA) or aversion (DWESHA) likes or dislikes etc.
28. Actions performed without any ego of dong-doer
29. Actions performed with unselfish, benevolent motive for the good and welfare of the society at large
30. Actions performed selflessly with devotion unto God (NISHKAM KARMA)
31. The intellect follows one's past actions
32. You must face your Prarabdha
33. How far Purushartha helps in facing Prarabdha
34. How far the stars, palnets and demigods can help in facing Prarabdha
35. How far Astrology can help in facing Prarabdha
36. How far chanting the name of God (Ramnamjap) helps in facing Prarabdha
37. How far God himself helps in facing Prarabdha
38. If you must sin - publicize it all over. When you act selflessly - do it unannounced and stealingly
39. Sanchit Karma
40. What is Jnan (Knowledge) and Jnanagni (fire of knowledge)
41. Only to know (knowledge) is enough; No action necessary