As a Human Being if we indulged in Negative Bad Deeds Bad Karma then at the time of Death We as Soul Atman went to Hell Naraka Hinduism

As a human being if we indulged in negative, bad deeds… bad karma all the time then at the time of death, if matching parents are not available on mother earth… we as a soul atman would go to hell (naraka in Hinduism). As detailed in Bhagavad Gita and Upanishads, after occurrence of death of human body, our soul atman immediately manifests a new body. The soul atman hibernates in heaven or hell only if matching parents are not available on mother earth.


If we desire going to Heaven (swarga in Hinduism) after death of human body, then our indulgence in positive karma, good karma in present life was an absolute must.


Both heaven and hell existed in sun. Heaven in the core of sun where temperatures exceed millions of degrees centigrade! It was in such high temperatures our soul atman felt comfortable. Hell exists in the periphery of sun where temperatures were considerably less. It was in such low temperatures our soul atman suffered for eternity.


Going to Heaven or hell was never in hands of human beings. Depending on residual balance of karma at the time of death karma… our soul atman either manifests a body or hibernated in heaven or hell. If religious clergy, pundits on mother earth stated otherwise… it was all due to personal vested interests. Scriptures had nothing to do with doings of religious pundits, clergy. Whatever is stated above is explicitly made clear in Upanishads (independent treatises).


Essence of life was… by moulding our karma, we could practically manifest destiny forever!


By: Vijay Kumar “Atma Jnani”… The Man who Realized God in 1993 – (Ref. 161022)

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