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Ghost is something that some believe and some wont But still most of them get frighten to some extent when they watch terrific horror films Perhaps it is due to the terrific sounds or special effects that imposes ones mind But there is a specific science that has the ability to explain the concepts of the spirits or ghosts called Adhyathma A study centered around the soulin the Ancient Indian scripture According to the teachings of the ancient scripture the Bhagavad Gita the brain and the body in general is only a mechanical device used by the spirit soul the actual self It is described that just as a passenger rides in a chariot in the same way the spirit soul is riding in this vehicle of the body The scriptures state that one who commits suicide will have to remain as a ghost for the period of time that ones body was supposed to exist A ghost is nothing but a person with no physical body According to the sankhya system our body is made up of two coverings the sukshma-sharira subtle body and the sthula-sharira gross body The gross body is made up of the panca-bhutas earth water fire air and ether and the subtle body is made up of the mind manas intelligence buddhi and identification ahankara It is the subtle body which accompanies the soul into the next body at the time of death The gross physical body has a particular duration of existence based on ones prarabdha karmaresults of the deeds of his previous incarnationWhen one commits suicide one brings ones physical body to an end prior to it having completed its allotted time Ones next body is prepared in the akasha ether ready to manifest at the end of ones allotted time the normal death of ones physical body Thus if one was supposed to live for 100 years ones next body will be waiting for you
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