SHYAM
Bhagavad Gita classes

 

Jai ShreeKrushna!

 

Class 104: The knower of the field in all fields and why knowledge of the field and its knower are true knowledge. A study of the Adhyātma Upanishad, Bradhānyak Upanishad and Chandogya Upanishad (chapter 13 verse 2) 
  • The greatness of Shree Krushna that whatever Shree Krushna preaches in the Gita, He does with totality. 
  • Why the body can never become kshetragna (the knower of the field). If one wishes to pick up a basket then their feet should be outside the basket.
  • Why the mind can never become kshetragna (the knower of the field) because you are separate from your mind.
  • A study of the word vidhi (to know) from the Shanti Parva of the Mahtmaya and from Sumitra's message to Lakshman before he went to the forest with Ram and Sita.
  • A study of the Adhyātma Upanishad, Bradhānyak Upanishad and Chandogya Upanishad about how all kshetra (the fields) are in the end Brahman.
  • The difference between gnyān (wisdom), vidyā (knowledge) and kalā (skill).
  • The three types of faults in the antakaran (inner being) of all creatures according to Vedanta: mar, vikshep and avaran.
  • A study of the Isho Upanishad about how there cannot be anything apart from God in this world.
  • The two types of gnyān (wisdom): padarth gnyān (material wisdom) and ātmā gnyān (wisdom of the soul).
  • A study of a technique by the Christian saint Layola to experience oneness with others.
  • Why a true king paints society and true leaders do not do what society tells them to do. A King should be so effective and the politician should be so effective that society begins to become like them.


Chapter 13 verse 2: http://youtu.be/RFMa1Q5fgAo



 

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