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Bhagavad Gita Online Class 79

The perfect love that is without any reasons, without any expectation and without satiation: a study of the relationship of Ram and Sita in the Ramayan (chapter 9 verses 10 to 18)   


• God continues saying such things that He in reality does not need to say and yet He is still saying them. When a person is charged with a lot of love and is speaking then He does not even realise what he is saying; He just keeps speaking and speaking.


•A study of the 11th canto of the Shrimad Bhagavad about devotees who do not wish for anything.


•A study of the Bengali play "Sunno Janmajay" by Badal Sarkar about loving someone without a reason.


•Ramanunjacharyaji's definition of Buddhi Yogam (the concentration of the intellect).


•The beautiful story of Kevat from the ShreeRamCharitManas about how God's heart is filled with compassion for the devotee when the devotee loves God without expectation.


•A study of the work of Guru Gorakhnath about the great state when the Supreme Soul just gives when He feels like giving and without being asked.


•A study of the Chandogya Upanishad about seeing Brahman everywhere.


•A study of the Taittriya Upanishad about enquiring about Brahman.


•A study of the Bhrdanyak Upanishad and the Narayan Upanishad about the Supreme Light of God.


•A study of the word Rutam (Truth) from the Vedas.


•A study of the name Keshava for God and how it represents the Holy Trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh.


•The two types of shāstra (scriptures): asti pradhān shāstra (factual scriptures) and astu pradhān shāstra (scriptures about how it should be).  Why the 10th chapter of the Gita is an asti pradhān shāstra (factual scripture).


•Ramanunjacharya's definition of Bhutabhāvana (the Source of beings).


•The difference between Dharma and science.


•A study of the model relationship in the Ramayan of Ram and Sita and why there was never any satiation in their love.


Chapter 10 verse 10:


Chapter 10 verse 11:


Chapter 10 verses 12 and 13:


Chapter 10 verse 14:


Chapter 10 verse 15:


Chapter 10 verse 16:


Chapter 10 verse 17:


Chapter 10 verse 18:


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