The Wisdom of the Bhagavadgita, Series
The Bhagavadgita portrays in many ways the core beliefs and practices of Hinduism. It reflects its universality and the ideal vision of God as the center and circumference of all creation. If Hinduism is a way of life, the Bhagavadgita suggests how to live it. Its principles and doctrines are not easy to practice. They challenge to the core your resolve and commitment to follow a disciplined and virtuous life that guarantees freedom and bliss. Its message simple, sacrifice your desires; but it is very difficult to practice because desires manifest numerously in our consciousness and we are not always aware of them. It exhorts those who are thirsty of knowledge to live selflessly and virtuously with faith, knowledge, wisdom, devotion, surrender, and detachment, and perform their duties dispassionately as an offering to God. This is in contrast to the egocentric worldly life, with which we are familiar and in which we pursue our desires rather selfishly as part of our conditioning and self-promotion. From the Book, Essayas on the Bhagavadgita, by Jayaram V
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The Wisdom of the Bhagavadgita
The True Meaning of Samkhya Yoga in the Bhagavadgita
What is Naishkarmya Siddhi? How It is Attained?
Who Should or Should Not be Taught the Bhagavadgita?
God as the Punishing Rod of the Punishers
How Evil Nature Manifests in Humans
Evil Nature According to the Bhagavadgita
Difference Between Good and Evil
Can God be Partial to His Devotees?
The Place and Purpose of Bhakti in the Bhagavadgita
Karma Yoga and Karma Sannyasa Yoga
Karma, Akarma and Vikarma According to the Bhagavadgita
The Social Aspect of Dealing With Liberated Beings
The Bright and the Dark Paths of the Bhagavadgita
The Body as a True Bhagavata and Karma Yogi
Action and Inaction in Spiritual Life
What is the purpose of your life?
Manifesting God in the Mortal Body
Forgiveness According to Bhagavadgita
The Seven Qualities of a True Sanyasi and Yogi
Does God Possess a Specific Name and Form?
An Important Lesson From the Bhagavadgita
Why to Worship An Indifferent God?
Does Bhagavadgita Teach Violence?
Two Types of Divine Worship in Hinduism
The Purpose of Avatar, the Incarnation of God
Aspects of God, the Supreme Being, in the Bhagavadgita
The Holistic Philosophy of the Bhagavadgita
Jnani, Jnana and Jneyam According to the Bhagavadgita
Ethical Behavior and the Bhagavadgita
What Is the Highest Siddhi or Perfection in Yoga?
Devotion in the Age of Kali or Kaliyuga
The Importance of Peace of Mind
Three Types of People and Two Solutions for Liberation
Why The World Cannot Be Free From Violence?
Going Beyond Your Religious Identity And Attachment
How To Practice Karma Yoga Without Conflict
Karma and Akarma - Action and Inaction
From Self-Awareness to Self-Realization
Bhagavatas, The True Servants of God
The Importance of Sorrow in Human Life
The Importance of the 10th Chapter in Bhagavadgita
How Can You Combine the Power of Five Yogas To Wash Away Your Sins?
Does the Bhagavadgita Teach Violence?
The Importance Of Discretion And How To Cultivate It
Is God The Only Creator Or Is There Only One Creator?
The Universe As An Information System
Who Are The Decisions Makers Of Your Life?
What Is The Secret Of Peace And Happiness?
Why Do People Turn To God And Religion?
The Utmost Secret and Supreme Knowledge of the Bhagavadgita
Lord Krishna Was A Social And Religious Reformer
A Practical Approach to Renunciation or Sanyasa
Was Arjuna a Coward Who Was Afraid to Fight?
Why Is The Bhagavadgita Called A Song?
The Importance of Sacrificial Offerings
The Five Daily Sacrifices (Mahayajnas) In Hinduism
The Best Way To Get Rid Of Fear And Anxiety
7 Reasons Why Desire-Ridden Actions Are Not Good
A Lesson In Humility From the Bhagavadgita
Should You Indulge in Religious Hatred?
Why Are Our Scriptures Difficult To Understand?
Are You Making The Right Moves In Your Life?
Why Should You Practice Karma Yoga?
The Status Of The Bhagavadgita In Hindu Literature
What is the Meaning of Bhagavadgita?
What Is The Meaning Of Vishada Or Sorrow In Vedic Tradition?
Why Was Arjuna was Chosen For Bhagavadgita Discourse?
Why The Bhagavadgita Was Originally Addressed To A Warrior?
Your Teachers And Gurus Come In Many Forms
The Difference Between Good and Evil People
Your Are a Warrior in the Battlefield of Life
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