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Bhagavad Gita Online Class 69

The six principles that govern the universe and a study of prakruti (nature) and its two parts: maya (illusion) and svabhav (own-being) (chapter 9 verses 7 to 10) 


• A study of the Chandogya Upanishad about the cycle of existence and what happens to our karmas at the end of the cycle.


•How destiny is controlled entirely by karmas and the three modes of nature.


•The two meanings of prakruti (nature) and where it comes from.


•The five factors that affect our svabhav (own-being). How the people we keep around ourselves affect our nature.


•How the cycle of existence comes to an end.


•How God created the world and how it is a perfect system and not coincidence or chaos. How trees grow from seeds and what is inside the seeds. A study of the human anatomy. 


•How can one control prakruti (nature)?


•A study of the works of Nimbākāchārya, Madvāchārya and Vallabhacharya about whether the Supreme Soul created the world using prakruti (nature).


•Shrimad Adi Shankracharya's explanation of how human beings with a sense of mineness are helpless under the control of prakruti (nature).


Six principles about how the universe is regulated.


•How the universe is a conscious evolution and how it is slowly and slowly evolving.

•How the universe is a strong intention. How there has never been a person in the universe who has had a strong intention for something and has not got that thing.

•How life is central to existence and that if you want to do anything in the world then you must be lively.


•The meaning of the name Dhananjaya (winner of wealth) for Arjuna.


•Two reasons why works do not bind the Supreme Soul and how the Supreme Soul is utasina (seated as if indifferent).


•The example of how silkworms tie themselves and nobody comes to tie them.


•A study of the Shwetasharo Upanishad about how everything can happen in the world only with God's presence.

•Why women are more religious than men and why there are far fewer female atheists than male atheists: women are closer to the process of creation through giving birth.


•Purushupta's definition of Bhut Maheshwaram (the Lord of all existences)


•When the Supreme Soul comes in front of us in the form of friends then we should welcome them and when the Supreme Soul comes in front of us in the form of our enemies then we must resist them and only if we do so when we get the blessings of the Supreme Soul. The story of when Shivji came to test Arjuna in the Mahabharata. Why you should oppose the attitude and not the person.

•The definition of Bhagavan (God) according to the Vishnu Purana.  


Chapter 9 verse 7:


Chapter 9 verse 8:


Chapter 9 verse 9:


Chapter 9 verse 10:



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