Karma: The Ancient Science of Cause and Effect
by Jeffrey Armstrong
Karma, says Jeffrey Armstrong, is not about retribution, vengeance, punishment, or reward. Karma simply deals with what is. The effects of all deeds actively create past, present, and future experiences, thus making one responsible for one's own life, and for the pain and joy one brings to others...
What Is Karma?
by Paul Brunton
This book gathers what the wise of all ages and traditions say on these and related issues, and expresses their wisdom in modern, timely language.
Karma (Dimensions of Asian Spirituality)
by Johannes Bronkhorst
In lucid and accessible prose, this book presents karma in its historical, cultural, and religious context. Initially, karma manifested itself in a number of religious movements-most notably Jainism and Buddhism-and was subsequently absorbed into Brahmanism in spite of opposition until the end of the first millennium C.E...
Karma and Reincarnation
by Ruth White
Ruth White provides a clear and practical guide, free of any religious or doctrinal influence, a useful definition of karma, she delves into the Hindu, Buddhist, and Christian views of karma, offering a straightforward discussion of its meaning in each tradition...