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Class 107: A study of the 700 holy verses by the Saint Gnyaneshwar about the 20 qualities of gnyan (wisdom) and the teachings of the Saint Eknath about how to have constant equal mindedness towards desirable and undesirable happenings (chapter 13 verses 8 to 10) 
  • A study of 700 verses from the Gnyāneshwari Gita by the Saint Gnyāneshwar about the 20 qualities of gnyān (wisdom).
  • A study of the works of Shrimad Adi Shankracharya and Shrimad Ramanunjacharya about how to become indifferent to the objects of the senses.
  • The meaning of ahamkār (egotism).  How Bhisma removed Arjuna's egotism in the Mahabharata.
  • A study of the concepts of ādhi (suffering due to the absence of something), vyādhi (bodily sickness) and upādhi (suffering due to the presence of something) that are there in each and every person's life.
  • A study of the word anudarshan (retrospection) and why one should keep retrospecting about death.
  • A study of the concepts of āsaktihi (non-attachment) and anabhishvanga (absence of clinging to).  An example from the life of Swami Ramtirth about how to become non-attached.
  • The story of Dvārikādheesh (ShreeKrushna) and Sudama in the Shrimad Bhagavad.
  • A study of the life of the Saint Eknath about how to have constant equal mindedness to all desirable and undesirable happenings.
  • Shrimad Adi Shankracharya's explanation of how to have unswerving devotion to God with wholehearted discipline.
  • Why in the Pushti Marg there is service of Bāl Krushna (Shree Krushna in the child form).
  • Why there is no more a wasteful exercise then going out to improve the world and there is no more a useful exercise then making efforts to improve oneself.
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