Frequently Asked Questions
So, when a man does prapatti, the second type of karmas, namely, those which have not begun to yield fruits, are destroyed altogether. The first type of karmas, namely, those which have begun to yield fruits, good or bad, will continue, only so long as the person's present life lasts. At the time of death, the balance of karmas, are distributed to his friends and enemies (I have described this earlier). So, one, who has done prapatti, attains moksha, immediately at the end of this life itself. There are two types of karmas:-
For a person, who has done prapatti,
People, who want to live this life, as long as it lasts; and want to attain moksha, only at the end of this life: they do dripta prapatti. People, who do not want to live even till the end of this life, but want to attain salvation immediately, at this very moment: they can resort to artha prapatti.
So, one of these methods has to be adopted, for performing the prapatti.
So, all the worldly things and the five senses of a man, are the hindrances in his realising the truth.