- Why did everyone start to hate the Russians if the U.S. did the same thing in Afghanistan, Iraq?
- What needs to be corrected in the management of Russia first?
- Why did Blaise Pascal become a religious man at the end of his life?
- How do I know if a guy likes you?
- When they say "one generation", how many do they mean?
The next life, according to Buddhists, is affected by the same thing as the present one. There is a Balapandita sutta: Fools and sages MN 129. It lists the actions performed by a wise person in this way:
That is, life is affected by a person's actions, words, and thoughts. For ordinary people, their words, deeds, and thoughts are determined by hatred, addiction, and ignorance. And wise people give up hatred, addiction, and ignorance. Thus, a wise person is already creating benefits both for himself and for other people. A wise person tries to stick to the middle path. This is wisdom, morality and concentration. Wisdom is the right worldview and the right motivation. Morality is the right speech, the right actions, and the right means of living. Concentration is the right effort, the right awareness, and the ability to direct the mind. As a result of such actions, one discovers ultimate knowledge and ultimate release from anxiety. This state of mind is called nirvana. This is freedom, peace, reality, happiness.
According to Buddhists, nothing can influence the next life of each individual life of a wandering person (soul), it is not in the competence of anyone other than “0”,”Nothing”, “Diamond Void”, God…
The quality of experiences in the embodied form of protein life (a person) is influenced by the quality of what was previously experienced in the previous life of this person, which was either qualitatively active or qualitatively passive.
These experiences can be compared to passing on karma from one's self to another, with the prospect of increasing or decreasing the suffering of aimlessly lived years in a previous incarnation.
In the embodied form of “life”, everyone suffers in one way or another, without exception, except those who understood life, Gautama Buddha said.
Those who have understood life (bodhisattvas) can selectively choose the path of the end and for eternity up to its completion (?) to be brought to life as teachers, thereby contributing to humanity by sowing the seeds of salvation to gain enlightenment or partially reduce suffering in the circle of samsaric rebirths.
At the same time, they are not exempt from negative influence from the outside, they simply do not react to them.
This can be compared to an elixir that prevents dust (experiences) from sticking to the enlightened wandering personality (soul) and taking shape in samsaric objectivity and karmic consequences.
A banal classic example:
Before starting work related to fuel oil, it is recommended to thoroughly wash your hands in detergent (gel) and allow your hands to dry, which will allow you to wash off the fuel oil from soiled hands after completing the work of the lung without negative emotions.
the righteous man is a criminal,
according to the belief of Buddhism, duality from which the wandering personality (soul) in its incarnate form (man) must be freed.
This is something that needs to be realized, i.e. the absence of qualities as such.
More superficially understood, the philosophical thought of Buddhism is comprehension:
love, kindness, and self-righteousness and how to understand it;
love, goodness, and righteousness for the world, all that is in the world, and for our own kind, and how to understand it;
other and how to understand it;
For a more detailed introduction to this knowledge (posthumous states, new birth, etc.), read the Bardo-Thedol Tibetan Book of the Dead.
I liked how this question was answered by a well-known singer of his own songs, V.Vysotsky.He sang about it like this :If you live like a pig in this life ,you will be born a pig in that one. And if you're as dumb as a tree, you'll be born a baobab tree,and you'll be a baobab tree for a thousand years before you die.He was probably right.As a person lives this life, the same thing awaits him in that life.
The next life is affected by how a person lives his earthly life at the present time. In the earthly life, a person must improve. The perfecting person recognizes the body, soul, and spirit equally, and pays tribute to each of them. Neglecting something is a mistake that should be corrected in due course.Saying of the wise: “When we harm others, we harm ourselves. When we do good to others, we do good to ourselves.” With respect.