Bhagavad Gita Online Class 74
The four things that God accepts from us: patram (a leaf), pushpam (a flower), falam (a fruit) or toyam (water). The deeper meaning behind this (chapter 9 verses 26 to 27)
•Why devotion is easy and the four things that God accepts from us: patram (a leaf), pushpam (a flower), falam (a fruit) or toyam (water). The deeper meaning behind this.
•How the 26th verse of the ninth chapter is one of the few verses of the Bhagavad Gita that are also in the Shrimad Bhagavad.
•The story of ShreeKrushna and Sudama from the Shrimad Bhagavad.
•The definition of a person who is prayatāmāha (pure of heart).
•How to write a letter to the Supreme Soul.
•Why it is an insult to God when one asks for something and it is a disregard for the feelings of God.
•Why when the flower of life is fresh then you should offer it to the Supreme Soul.
•How the fruits of action can be offered to the Supreme Soul.
•The importance of seeing life as a celebration.
•The secret of becoming one with God: whatever one does, whatever one eats, whatever one offers, whatever one gives away and whatever austerities one practices, one should do that as offering to God. These are the five main actions that one should offer to God.
•A study of the Shiv Manas Puja of Shrimad Adi Shankracharya.
•Why the word yat (whatever) is mentioned five times in verse 27.
•The five types of actions: shāririk kriya (bodily actions), shāstriya kriyā (scriptural actions), pārmārthik kirya (noble actions), vyavārik kriya (actions to take care of business) and sāmājik kriyā (societal actions).
•The definition of tap (austerities) as tolerating bad things happening to you for a cause.
•Why all Vedic actions, worldly actions that one performs as well as the doer of these actions, the enjoyer of the consequences of these actions and That to be worshipped should all be offered to God.
Chapter 9 verse 26: http://youtu.be/2aGoKvZL9fo
Chapter 9 verse 27: http://youtu.be/8f0kNw7W9J0
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