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Bhagavad Gita Online Class 105

What the field is, of what nature it is, what its modifications are, why it has formed, what he (the knower of the field) is, and what his powers are (chapter 13 verses 3 to 5) 


 •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 3: 


 Chapter 13 verse 4: 


 Chapter 13 verse 5: 



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