Karma menyelimuti Jiva dengan badan

Siva Samhita
Bab I

89
pitur annamayatkosa jayate purva karmanah,
tac chariram vidur duhkham svapragbhogaya sundaram

From the Annamiya Kosa (the physical vehicle) of the father, and in accordance with its past karma, the human soul is re-incarnated; therefore, the wise consider this beautiful body as a punishment, for the suffering of the effects of the past karma.

Dari annamaya kosa (badan fisik) sang ayah dan sesuai dengan karmanya terdahulu, roh manusia berinkarnasi, maka para bijak menyatakan bahwa badan yang indah ini merupakan hukuman, sebagai penderitaan akibat karma masa lalu.

90
mamsas visrayum ajadinir mitam bhoga mandiram,
kevalam duhkhabhogaya nadi samtati gulphitam

This temple of suffering and enjoyment (human body), made up of flesh, bones, nerves, marrow, blood, and intersected with blood vessels etc., is only for the sake of suffering of sorrow.

Kuil penderitaan dan kenikmatan (badan manusia), terdiri dari daging, tulang, syaraf, sumsum, darah dan di selang-seling dengan pembuluh darah dsb. hanyalah demi untuk penderitaan dari kesedihan.

91
paramesthyam idam gatram panca bhuta vinirmitam,
brahmanda samjnakam duhkha sukha bhogaya kalpitam

This body, the abode of Brahma, and composed of five elements and known as Brahmanda (the egg of
Brahma or microcosm) has been made for the enjoyment of pleasure or suffering of pain.

Badan ini merupakan tempat tinggal Brahman dan tersusun dari lima unsur serta dikenal sebagai brahmanda (telur Brahma atau buana alit) yang telah dibuat untuk menikmati kesenangan atau menderita kesedihan.

92
binduh sivo rajah saktir ubhayor milanatsvayam,
svapna bhutani jayante svasattya jada rupaya

From the self-combination of the Spirit which is Siva and the Matter which is Sakti, and, through their
inherent interaction on each other, all creatures are born.

Dari penggabungan sendiri sang roh, yaitu Siva dan materi yang merupakan Sakti dan melalui interaksi yang tak dapat dipisahkan satu sama lainnya segala ciptaan ini dilahirkan.

93
tat panci karanat sthulan yasamsyani samasatah,
brahmanda sthani vastuni yatra jivo ‘sti karmabhih
tad bhuta pancakat sarvam bhogaya jiva samjnita

From the fivefold combination of all subtle elements, in this universe, gross innumerable objects are
produced. The intelligence that is confined in them, through karma, is called the jiva. All this world is
derived from the five elements. The jiva is the enjoyer of the fruits of action.

Penggabungan lima bagian dari segala unsur halus di alam semesta ini, benda-benda padat (kasar) yang tak terhitung jumlahnya dihasilkan. Kecerdasarn yang terkurung di dalamnya melalui karma disebut jiva. Seluruh dunia ini di bentuk dari lima unsur dan jiva merupakan penikmat dari buah-buah perbuatan

94
purva karmanu rodhena karomi ghatanam aham,
ajadah sarva bhutasha jadasvistha bhunakti tan

In conformity with the effects of the past karma of the jivas, I regulate all destinies. Jiva is immaterial, and is in all things; but it enters the material body to enjoy the fruits of karma.

Sesuai dengan akibat karma masa lalu dari jiva Aku mengatur segala nasibnya. Jiva bukanlah benda materi dan ada di seluruh benda-benda; tetapi ia memasuki badan material untuk menikmati buah-buah karma.

95
jadat svakarmabhir baddho jivakyo vividho bhavet,
bhogayot padyate karma brahmandadye punah punah

Bound in the chain of matter by their karma, the jivas receive various names. In this world, the come again and again to undergo the consequences of their karma.

Terikat dalam belenggu materi oleh karma-nya, maka jiva menerima bermacam-macam nama. Di dunia ini mereka muncul berkali-kali untuk melanjutkan akibat dari karma mereka.

96
jivas ca liyate bhogavasane ca svakarmanah

When the fruits of karma have been enjoyed, the jiva is absorbed in the Parambrahma.

Bila buah karma telah dinikmati, sang jiva terserap dalam Parambrahma

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