Category Archives: Bhagavad Gita

THREE ‘GUNAS’ OR QUALITIES

A human being is always comprised of three basic gunas-Sattva,Rajas & Tamas and it is these qualities which tend to pull the individual in different directions throughout his life.The gunas are sometimes referred to energies,sometimes qualities but it is difficult … Continue reading

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LAW OF KARMA part II

All living beings are alike,insofar as they are subject to the afflictions,yet there are many differences among living beings with which we all are familiar.For eg.Some of us are born in wealthy family while others are born in extremely poor … Continue reading

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LAW OF KARMA part I

Karma is one of the fundamental topics found in Hindu philosophy.Just like the law of attraction,understanding the concept of Karma moves you from a competitive plane to a creative plane.Although Karma & Rebirth go together but let us first focus … Continue reading

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MYSTERY OF BHAGAVAD GITA

When I was in grade 6,I had some friends who took extra classes to learn Guitar.Even though I knew about Guitar since that time,I never considered to learn how to play one.It was only in the later part,when I had … Continue reading

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SUPERIOR & INFERIOR ENERGY

There are two types of energies of Supreme-Superior & Inferior.Let us look at both one by one. Inferior Energy- Krishna says, “Earth,water,fire,ether,air,mind,intelligence,false ego-all together these eight constitute my separated material energies.” We can see,the first five components,namely Earth,water,fire,ether & air … Continue reading

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SOUL & SUPREME SOUL

SOUL-The characteristic of the soul is Consciousness.We can not observe the soul from our senses.But its presence can be felt from Consciousness.Just as on a cloudy day,we are unable to┬ásee the Sun.However,due to the light of the sun,we are sure … Continue reading

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