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Jai ShreeKrushna!

 

Class 85: A study of Mahashree Vyasa: all the words of wisdom, in whatever branch of learning, art or science, has already been said by Vyasa in some place or the other. A study of the two niti (ethics): the Chanakya niti (the ethics of Chanakya) and the Sukra niti (the ethics of Sukra)  (chapter 10 verses 37 to 42) 
     
  • The beautiful moment when ShreeKrushna tells Arjuna that Arjuna is His vibhuti (divine manifestation).
  • A study of the vibhuti (divine manifestation) described by ShreeKrushna to Udhavji in the Srimad Bhagavad.
  • Why ShreeKrushna addresses Arjuna as Dhananjaya (Winner of wealth).
  • The definition of a Muni as "one who is constantly thinking".
  • A study of Mahashree Vyāsa and how Ganesh wrote the Mahabharata on the divine narrations of Mahashree Vyāsa.
  • All the words of wisdom, in whatever branch of learning, art or science, has already been said by Vyāsa in some place or the other. 
  • If you take any novel, story or drama then if the theme line or basic plot were to be explained in one or two sentences, there can be no more than 23 theme lines. How all 23 of these theme lines have been written by Vyāsji in the Mahabharata.
  • A study of the two niti (ethics): the Chanakya niti (the ethics of Chanakya) and the Sukra niti (the ethics of Sukra).
  • Why if one wishes to win then no matter what path they win on, they need a moral policy. 
  • A study of the power of silence. A study of the three toy monkeys Gandhi always kept with him.
  • How there is no end to God's vibhuti (divine manifestations).
  • A study of the root energy of electricity and how it runs everything. 
  • Conclusion of chapter 10.

Chapter 10 verse 37: http://youtu.be/jejSPzJA95g

Chapter 10 verse 38: http://youtu.be/KWcgOd0Yz44

Chapter 10 verse 39: http://youtu.be/YGYq1NF7Rpc

Chapter 10 verse 40: http://youtu.be/YotRX4KbUXA

Chapter 10 verse 41: http://youtu.be/s7_Ofge-Bcg

Chapter 10 verse 42: http://youtu.be/fENWESmWN4M



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