Bhagavad Gita

Love Everybody

When you have aquired this highest knowledge you shall never again fall to illusion.  You will realise that all living beings exist  within you and moreover within me. Bhagavad  Gita  4.35 We are all part of this great body of God. The highest realisation is seeing God in all things and all people.  Love Everybody.

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The Goal of Yoga: Atyantam Sukham (Boundless Happiness)

Recently whilst studying the Bhagavad Gita I came across a description of the state which the Yogi acheives which I wanted to share with you. In verse 6.27-28 of the Bhagavad Gita, Lord Shri Krishna says: For an established Yogi whose mind is at peace, boundless happiness is attained. The one whose passions are controlled, who is without any impurity unites with Brahman (The ultimate reality). Completely pure and absorbed in the state of Yoga, the Yogi through contact with Brahman finds boundless Happiness.

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A Reminder to Relinquish negative characteristics

In the Shrimad Bhagavad Gita, Lord Shri Krishna says, ‘Relinquishing egotism, violence, pride, lust, anger, and selfish desire; free from the notion of “my”, obtaining a peaceful disposition; then one becomes fit for attaining oneness with Brahman. (18.53) Of course this is easier said than done. It has been the subject of study and immense

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How should I act?

Indian philosophy thought is often heavily scrutinized in the modern world for being outdated with regards to social issues. Discriminatory on the basis of gender, caste, economic position and so on but does this the only world view? The Mahabharata and many other texts display another view which has a very different focus, one that is dedicated to the spiritual nature of every living being. In this world view sectarian walls come down in the face of common identity, class, race, and gender are all to be regarded as temporary. This then becomes the base motive for change; there are many

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