Hari Om WE HAVE used the new term Gītā-Yoga here because it sums up the titles of all the eighteen chapters of the Bhagavad Gītā, each of which is called a yoga, such as "The Yoga of Knowledge," "The Yoga of Action," etc. Gītā means song, and the whole title means the song of Shrī … Continue reading LORD KRISHNA’S GITA-YOGA
Hari Om From the Bhagavad-Gita, it can be understood that although God is equal to all and shows no particular preference or favor to anyone, He responds to the love of his true devotees who fills their minds exclusively with him, remain ever absorbed in him and worship him with supreme devotion. They are the … Continue reading Who are Dearer to God?
Hari Om According to APA (American Psychological Association) dictionary, in the modern context, Virtue is defined as a quality or characteristic that has a positive connotation in a particular society and that is considered beneficial to psychological health. Let us examine the virtues to be gained for Moksha as enumerated by Lord Krishna in the … Continue reading Values (Virtues) for Moksha (Enlightenment) – from the Bhagavad Gita
Hari Om Mind being a conscious matter can only receive or attain the qualities or attributes of objects to what it is attached to or associated with. Therefore you are what your mind is. (image courtesy: pinterest.com) Intents and motives of the mind behind actions become severe cause Karmas for future lives to be good … Continue reading Nature of MIND
Hari Om Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu came to South India and visited many holy places to propagate Bhakthi and disseminate the values of devotional practice. During his visit to Sri Ranganatha temple, Srirangam, He saw near the temple one brahmana reading Bhagavad-gita. And he also saw some people joking with the Brahmana saying, “Oh, Mr. Brahmana, … Continue reading Exclusive Devotion to the Almighty is The Essence of Bhagavad Gita