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Bhagavad Gita Online Class 75

The verse we should all have written in our hearts: know you for certain that My devotee perishes never. The story of Buddha's famous pupil Pattachara and the removal of the human guilt complex.  How each and every human being has made at least one mistake in their lives and why the doors of God are not closed to anyone (chapter 9 verses 28 to 31)   


• The definition of the word Samyas (renunciation).Why none is hateful nor dear to the Supreme Soul. Why the type, form, nature or knowledge of a person does not make a difference in whether God takes the person closer to Him.

•Why it does not matter whether devotees are born nor the way in which they come to the Supreme Soul but because they have a great love for the Supreme Soul they reside in the Supreme Soul and the Supreme Soul resides in them.  A study of the Narad Bhakti Sutra.

•Why even if the man of the most vile conduct worships the Supreme Soul with devotion, he must be reckoned as Sādhu (righteous) because he has rightly resolved.

•How karma Yoga is purifying the ego.

•A study of the ShreeRamCharitmanas of Tulasidas about how each and every person has good thoughts and bad thoughts in them.

•The five reasons for which a person who is not cultured goes on the path of God.

•The gift of a Saint in showering His grace on a person and turning them towards the path of the Supreme Soul.  The story of Buddha's pupil Pattachara.

•The definition of the word Sadhu (righteous person).

•Why we should keep verse 31 of chapter 9 written in our hearts.  Why ShreeKrushna's devotee never perishes and why we should autosuggest this to ourselves.

•The root difference between ethics and religion. Ethics only looks that outer conduct whereas religion looks at inner transformation. Ethics looks at the social perspective whereas religion looks at the perspective of the Supreme Soul. Ethics will only say that one should not downgrade another person whereas religion says that one should not downgrade oneself. Why it is impossible to downgrade others without downgrading oneself.

•A study of the Ramayan about how ShreeRamchandraji gives fearlessness to those who seeks refuge in Him.

•The difference between a pāpātmā (soul of unrighteousness) and a Dharmātmā (soul of righteousness).  Why when one becomes a Dharmātmā (soul of righteousness) then one obtains shashwat shāntim (lasting peace).   


Chapter 9 verse 28:


Chapter 9 verse 29:


Chapter 9 verse 30:


Chapter 9 verse 31:



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