The base of the Hindu and Buddhist philosophy is the law of cause and effect. This Law termed as 'karma' or ‘action’ formed as the integral part of the life of the Human Being.
Why karma Karma are the good or bad deeds one performs in his life, according to which he/she receivesis important in your life?
You are responsible for your thoughts. What you think, you act accordingly, and if you act in the same way it becomes your habit and your habits become your personality.
You can easily understand what you do is you are creating the cause, and surely you will have the same effect on your life. For example, if hurt anybody physically and mentally then you have accumulated bad fortune similarly if you help anyone you will accumulate good fortune.
Your karma can be classified into three categories:
The Satvik Karma, when you perform any action without any attachment to feeling of helping others with the motto of selflessness.
The Rajasik Karma, when you perform any actions with selfish motto where the focus is on gains for you or your family.
The Tamsik Karma, when you perform any action with the motive of supreme selfishness or harm or kill anyone.
Your karma can also be classified into three categories:
Sanchita (Accumulated Fortune)
Prarabdha (The portion of the Sanchita Karma which influences human life in the present life).
Agami or Kriyamana (Acts being done in the present life).
It can easily understand by the beautiful example that the granary represents the Sanchita Karma that portion taken from the granary and put in the shop for future daily sale corresponds to Agami and that is sold daily represents Prarabdha.
It is described that there are three aspects of the Supreme that must... gave inspirational messages to his disciple Arjuna to awaken his true objective of human life. These messages were later compiled in the Bhagavad Gita. It is a Hindu scripture of 700 verse, teaching the concept of Dharma (righteousness)
The message can be summarized as any karma done with the attachment towards it causes anger and frustration, later parish the life of the doer/ actor.
From the above discussion, it is advisable to do good, selfless karmas and accumulate good fortune rather than selfish karma and accumulate bad fortune. The benefit of good fortune is not only for this birth, but continues for your next birth also.