Bhagavad Gita classes


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Class 113: Practical techniques to achieve deep and effective sleep and the difference between necessary and unnecessary sleep: lessons from great historical figures including Bhagavan Mahavir, Bhagavan Buddha and Arjuna (chapter 14 verses 6 to 8) 
  • How the mode of goodness (sattva) is pure, causes illumination and is free from faults.  How it binds by attachment to happiness and by attachment to knowledge.
  • How people who are Dharmic and who are of the mode of sattviktā (goodness) see each and every event in life as a love letter from the Supreme Soul.
  • A study of Gurdjeff's "Fourth Way" about the importance of delaying anger by 24 hours.
  • How the mode of passion (rajas) is of the nature of attraction; springing from craving and attachment.  How it binds fast the embodied one by attachment to action.
  • How dullness (tamas) is born of ignorance and deludes all embodied beings.  How it binds by (developing the qualities of) procrastination, indolence and sleep.
  • A study of Bhartruhari's poems about how people fall under delusion.
  • The four visions as a result of which Siddarth Gautama performed the Māhābhinishkramana (the great renunciation) as a result of which He became Buddha (meaning "the enlightened one").
  • Why Duryodhana from the Mahabhrata and Kamsa from the Shirmad Bhagavad performed adharmic actions even though they knew they were wrong.
  • How you can tell whether the quality of sleep you got was good. A study of how Mahavir Swami used to sleep.
  • Out of all the population of all the creatures in the world, only the human being is fully stood up. The vertebral column is bent in all creatures.
  • The difference between necessary and unnecessary sleep.
  • How Napoleon used to sleep effectively and deeply on his horse.
  • An experiment on how to achieve good and effective sleep.
Chapter 14 verse 6: 

Chapter 14 verse 7: 

Chapter 14 verse 8: 

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