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Buy this book. Zeebra Books. Show other formats. Discover what to read next. Particular goals for life are generally subsumed under broader yogas practices or dharma correct living which are intended to create more favorable reincarnations, though they are generally positive acts in this life as well. Traditional schools of Hinduism often worship Devas which are manifestations of Ishvara a personal or chosen God ; these Devas are taken as ideal forms to be identified with, as a form of spiritual improvement. In short, the goal is to realize the fundamental truth about oneself. Later schools reinterpreted the vedas to focus on Brahman , "The One Without a Second",  as a central God-like figure.
Dvaita Vedanta and other bhakti schools have a dualist interpretation.
Brahman is seen as a supreme being with a personality and manifest qualities. Vaishnavism is a branch of Hinduism in which the principal belief is the identification of Vishnu or Narayana as the one supreme God. This belief contrasts with the Krishna-centered traditions, such as Vallabha , Nimbaraka and Gaudiya , in which Krishna is considered to be the One and only Supreme God and the source of all avataras.
Vaishnava theology includes the central beliefs of Hinduism such as monotheism , reincarnation , samsara , karma , and the various Yoga systems, but with a particular emphasis on devotion bhakti to Vishnu through the process of Bhakti yoga , often including singing Vishnu's name's bhajan , meditating upon his form dharana and performing deity worship puja. In this, Krishna is worshipped as the single true God, and all living entities are eternal parts and the Supreme Personality of the Godhead Krishna.
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Thus the constitutional position of a living entity is to serve the Lord with love and devotion. The purpose of human life especially is to think beyond the animalistic way of eating, sleeping, mating and defending and engage the higher intelligence to revive the lost relationship with Krishna. Jainism is a religion originating in ancient India , its ethical system promotes self-discipline above all else.
Through following the ascetic teachings of Jina , a human achieves enlightenment perfect knowledge. Jainism divides the universe into living and non-living beings. Only when the living become attached to the non-living does suffering result. Therefore, happiness is the result of self-conquest and freedom from external objects.
The meaning of life may then be said to be to use the physical body to achieve self-realization and bliss. Jains believe that every human is responsible for his or her actions and all living beings have an eternal soul , jiva. Jains believe all souls are equal because they all possess the potential of being liberated and attaining Moksha.
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The Jain view of karma is that every action, every word, every thought produces, besides its visible, an invisible, transcendental effect on the soul. Jains refuse food obtained with unnecessary cruelty. Many practice a lifestyle similar to veganism due to the violence of modern dairy farms, and others exclude root vegetables from their diets in order to preserve the lives of the plants from which they eat.
Buddhists practice to embrace with mindfulness the ill-being suffering and well-being that is present in life. Buddhists practice to see the causes of ill-being and well-being in life. For example, one of the causes of suffering is unhealthy attachment to objects material or non-material. Attaining and perfecting dispassion is a process of many levels that ultimately results in the state of Nirvana. Nirvana means freedom from both suffering and rebirth.
Theravada Buddhism is generally considered to be close to the early Buddhist practice. It promotes the concept of Vibhajjavada Pali , literally "Teaching of Analysis", which says that insight must come from the aspirant's experience, critical investigation, and reasoning instead of by blind faith.
However, the Theravadin tradition also emphasizes heeding the advice of the wise, considering such advice and evaluation of one's own experiences to be the two tests by which practices should be judged. The Theravadin goal is liberation or freedom from suffering, according to the Four Noble Truths. This is attained in the achievement of Nirvana , or Unbinding which also ends the repeated cycle of birth, old age, sickness and death. The way to attain Nirvana is by following and practicing the Noble Eightfold Path. Mahayana Buddhist schools de-emphasize the traditional view still practiced in Theravada of the release from individual Suffering Dukkha and attainment of Awakening Nirvana.
In Mahayana, the Buddha is seen as an eternal, immutable, inconceivable, omnipresent being.
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The fundamental principles of Mahayana doctrine are based on the possibility of universal liberation from suffering for all beings, and the existence of the transcendent Buddha-nature , which is the eternal Buddha essence present, but hidden and unrecognised, in all living beings. Devotional schools such as Pure Land Buddhism seek the aid of celestial buddhas—individuals who have spent lifetimes [ citation needed ] accumulating positive karma, and use that accumulation to aid all.
The monotheistic Sikh religion was founded by Guru Nanak Dev , the term "Sikh" means student, which denotes that followers will lead their lives forever learning. This system of religious philosophy and expression has been traditionally known as the Gurmat literally "the counsel of the gurus" or the Sikh Dharma.
The Sikh Gurus say that salvation can be obtained by following various spiritual paths, so Sikhs do not have a monopoly on salvation: "The Lord dwells in every heart, and every heart has its own way to reach Him. A key distinctive feature of Sikhism is a non- anthropomorphic concept of God, to the extent that one can interpret God as the Universe itself pantheism. Sikhism thus sees life as an opportunity to understand this God as well as to discover the divinity which lies in each individual.
While a full understanding of God is beyond human beings,  Nanak described God as not wholly unknowable, and stressed that God must be seen from "the inward eye", or the "heart", of a human being: devotees must meditate to progress towards enlightenment and the ultimate destination of a Sikh is to lose the ego completely in the love of the lord and finally merge into the almighty creator. Nanak emphasized the revelation through meditation, as its rigorous application permits the existence of communication between God and human beings.
Taoist cosmogony emphasizes the need for all sentient beings and all man to return to the primordial or to rejoin with the Oneness of the Universe by way of self-cultivation and self-realization. All adherents should understand and be in tune with the ultimate truth. Taoists believe all things were originally from Taiji and Tao , and the meaning in life for the adherents is to realize the temporal nature of the existence.
Shinto is the native religion of Japan. Shinto means "the path of the kami ", but more specifically, it can be taken to mean "the divine crossroad where the kami chooses his way". The "divine" crossroad signifies that all the universe is divine spirit. This foundation of free will , choosing one's way, means that life is a creative process.
Shinto wants life to live, not to die. Shinto sees death as pollution and regards life as the realm where the divine spirit seeks to purify itself by rightful self-development. Shinto wants individual human life to be prolonged forever on earth as a victory of the divine spirit in preserving its objective personality in its highest forms. The presence of evil in the world, as conceived by Shinto, does not stultify the divine nature by imposing on divinity responsibility for being able to relieve human suffering while refusing to do so.
The sufferings of life are the sufferings of the divine spirit in search of progress in the objective world. New religions typically have unique explanations for the meaning of life. For example, in Tenrikyo, one is expected to live a Joyous Life by participating in practices that create happiness for oneself and others.
Zoroastrianism is the religion and philosophy named after its prophet Zoroaster , which is believed to have influenced the beliefs of Judaism and its descendant religions. Zoroastrians believe in a universe created by a transcendental God, Ahura Mazda , to whom all worship is ultimately directed.