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Bhagavad Gita Online Class 123

The revelation of the most secret doctrine of the Bhagavad Gita by ShreeKrushna: the wisdom by knowing which a person will have fulfilled all their duties (chapter 15 verses 11 to 20) 


 •Why the wishes to enjoy material objects continue running throughout many births. When the individual soul leaves one body then it takes all of these wishes with it and then when it takes a new body then it uses all of the senses and enjoys the objects of the senses.


•A study of the Katho Upanishad about how the individual soul uses the mind, the intellect, the ego and the senses to enjoy material objects.


•A story from the life of Akhandanand Saraswatiji about how there are no objects in this world; only the Supreme Soul.


•A study of a poem by Dilbar about how one cannot praise others if one does not recognise one's own Self.


•When somebody praises us or criticises us then we become happy or sad but at that time think about whether this praise or criticism is in reality of you? You are the soul.


•The importance of perseverance, working hard and striving hard.


•A study of the Katho Upanishad and the Shvetashvatara Upanishad about how those who attain the Supreme Soul never say that they have attained the Supreme Soul.


•Why feelings are extremely necessary on the spiritual path.


•A study of the five prana (life breaths): prāna, apāna, vyāna, udānya and sāmanya.


•A study of the four types of food: bhakshaya, bhojya, lehiya and choshya.


•How the Supreme Soul is lodged in the hearts of all; from Him are memory, knowledge and the cure for indecisiveness.  He is indeed He who is known by all the Vedas.  He indeed (is) the author of the Vedbnta and He too the knower of the Vedas.


•How the book of Chittragupta (the god assigned with the task of keeping records of actions by beings) is not somewhere above but it is right here in our hearts.


•The importance of learning Sanskrit (at any age) and the effect it will have on our life. The very meaning of the word Sanskrit is "cultured". Therefore Sanskrit is not only a language but Sanskrit is a culture.


•There are two persons in this world, the perishable and the imperishable, the perishable is in all these existences and the unchanging is the imperishable so it is said.


•The explanation of the Uttama Purush (the Highest Spirit) as the Avyayaha Ishvaraha (the Undying Lord) who is called the Paramātme (the Supreme Self).


•Swami Ramsukhdas' beautiful explanation for how the words kshar (perishable), akshar (imperishable) and Purushottama (Supreme Person) are used differently throughout the Gita.


•The revelation of the most secret doctrine from ShreeKrushna by knowing which a person will become wise and will have fulfilled all their duties.


Chapter 15 verse 11:


Chapter 15 verse 12:


Chapter 15 verse 13:


Chapter 15 verse 14:


Chapter 15 verse 15:


Chapter 15 verse 16:


Chapter 15 verse 17:


Chapter 15 verse 18:


Chapter 15 verse 19:


Chapter 15 verse 20:



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