The Song Celestial: A Poetic Version of the Bhagavad Gita

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Any person whose mind is at peace, certainly works effectively. samatvam yoga ucyate" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Two verse 48) "Lord Sri Krishna said: Perform your duty equi-poised, O Arjuna, abandoning all attachment to success or failure. It would appear from the specific statement above quoted that the indications mentioned do not apply to those whose thoughts are based upon material existence, and that in such cases other indications apply.

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Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 3: Karma Yoga

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Dharma is the moral law that Hindus follow throughout life. I have no special preference for anyone name; all names are Mine. He who is disciplined in yoga, having abandoned the fruit of action, attains steady peace..." (B. Lord Sri Krsna has recommended to Arjuna the practice of sat-cakra-yoga, in which one places the air of life between the eyebrows. It also goes far beyond mere artificial syncretism. By the time of the second century BCE, the Jewish Scribes obliterated the Divine name in the replace of LORD which means Master.

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Inner War and Peace: Timeless Solutions to Conflict from the

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The entire body of Vedic knowledge has a systematic structure and a clearly-defined goal, being compiled by Vedic rishis (sages) headed by Vyasadeva- the literary incarnation of Lord Krishna. People may be more open to inter-faith and inter-religious dialogue—a lived reality—than is sometimes realized. But he who on this earth, before his departure, can endure the storms of desire and wrath, this man is a Yogi, this man has joy.

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The Bhagavad Gita's Teachings On Renunciation - Pamphlet

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The literal translation is usually unable to give much depth; as a consequence, vast arguments can arise. In a similar manner Krishna is made to say, “I am Beginning, Middle, End, Eternal Time, the Birth and the Death of all. Then from the heart that Power shall rise into the sixth, the middle region, the place between thine eyes, when it becomes the breath of the ONE SOUL, the voice which filleth all, thy Master's Voice." l In her note on the words 1 The Voice of the Silence, op. cit., p. 10 "power" and the "world mother" in the above passage she says, "these are names given to Kundalini one of the mystic 'Yogi powers'.

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Bhagavad Gita: Srimadbhagavadgita

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It is this varna who monopolized the Vedas and used them as the basis for education, requiring students to memorize large amounts of them. Out-of-control consumption is leading the Earth to her final days. When the family is ruined, the timeless laws of family duty perish; and when duty is lost, chaos overwhelms the family. Several times in the manuscript, it seems that the typist, facing an unfamiliar Sanskrit quotation, has filled in the one closest at hand—the Gita verse being commented on.

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The Bhagavad Gita and Inner Transformation

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Under my watchful eye the laws of nature take their course. Mahatma Gandhi derived great moral strength from Bhagavad gita, which is evident in his words: "The Geeta is the universal mother. That I read this at all is owed less to some "spiritual quest" I'm on than an error in shipping out a book of Alice Munro's short stories that found me with this in my hands instead. Having abandoned the fruit of action, he wins eternal peace. But knowledge receives its due: "In the Gita the main theme is the destruction of ignorance and the fruit of it is the attainment of liberation; knowledge is the means that leads to these two"; and "only he who has found spiritual wisdom is able to reach liberation" (XI:675; XV:30).

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Hindu Philosophy: The Bhagavad Gita or the Sacred Lay, a

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No merely naturalistic explanation of the worship of the God as natural powers will do justice to texts or to the sophistication of Vedic culture. It is well known that the ego returning to regeneration is affected by the actions of his previous births, not only circumstantially in the various vicissitudes of a life, but also in the tendency of the nature to any particular sort of religious practice, and this effect operates for a length of time or number of births exactly commensurate with the intensity of the previous practice.

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Studies In The Bhagavad Gita: The Path Of Initiation

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I think that's what we said, both of us. "It worked". Neither for the dead nor those not dead do the wise grieve. nor you nor these lords of men. To this day, it is read and regarded by some Hindus as a record having no real connection with the Kurukshetra battle between the Pândavâs and the Kouravas; and editions accordingly compiled can be had for sale in our bazaars. [The idea of the Gîtâ may after all be one of the ancient books of Initiations - now most of them lost - has never occurred to them.

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The Bhagavad gita;: Or, Song of the blessed one, India's

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The realm of being is the perishable essence, and the divine realm is Spirit. We will in fact be met by the warp-and-weave of the acts others have already set into motion. N., Palo Alto, CA "The Gita workshop is the 'how-to manual' for the soul's liberation. SD I 90 120; II 34, 179 Digambara. "Air-clad mendicant or ascetic." "Clothed with Space." Arjuna, who is also called by the name "Nara" in the Gita, is the real monad in man, while Sri Krishna is the Logos or the spirit that comes to save man; and the discourses in the first part of the book will be found to be in orderly sequence and closely interconnected as pointing out the steps on the path leading the disciple towards the Goal.

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Studies in the Ontology of the Bhagavad Gita: What Is One's

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Indestructible is the presence that pervades all this; no one can destroy this unchanging reality. That living in a physical form is for all, a common pilgrimage. 3. He wants to learn, to understand, to follow, to find his duty and become something better than what he is. In samadhi your intrinsic nature doesn't lose meaning. K�ṭastha is often used derivatively for �k�śa (q.v.) and for M�laprakṛiti (comp. k�ṭa, the highest, the summit; stha, standing.

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