Committing original sin

Being sinful
Our most eminent God Siva created six approaches to his grace: one for yogic ascetics, one for heroic non-conformists, one for kundalini mystics, one for the philosophically astute, one for immortal renunciates and one for devotional non-dualists. The emphasis of Saivate Hinduism is on mutual toleration. There are no heretics in Hinduism, for God is everywhere and in all things. At the core of our being we already are That -- perfect at this very moment. There is no inherent sin. Neither is their moral sin by which the soul is lost forever. Through sadhana, worship and austerities, sins can be atoned for. The intrinsic and real nature of all beings is their soul, which is goodness.
Constrained by:
Permitting lapse
Innovative change Change
Type Classification:
F: Exceptional strategies