Tag Archive: Bhagavad-gītā

The secret of fearlessness

By Chaitanya Charan Das Have you seen how peacefully a child sleeps in the lap of his pa­rent, even in a noisy, crowded local train? The hustle­bustle disturbs everyone, but not the child… Continue reading

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Surrender to God is not the suppression of human will, but its perfection

Some people hold that surrender to God is demeaning, for it suppresses human will. Their argument assumes that all surrender happens amidst antagonism, as a defeated warrior might surrender to the victor. But… Continue reading

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Bhagavad Gita is a ‘crisis-oriented therapy’: US-based psychiatrist

Source: Hindustan Times        Dated: Jan 28, 2016 Bhopal: A psychiatrist from the United States who has been researching psychiatric insights in the Bhagavad Gita, has said that the verses give the reader two… Continue reading

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Bhagavad Gita as a Clinical Tool to Treat Psychological Problems

Just before the Great War in the Mahabharata, Arjuna developed anxiety, reluctance to fight and other psychological problems. That is why many scholars suggest Sri Krishna was counselling Arjuna to over the psychological problems.… Continue reading

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Acquiring Perfect Knowledge

Logic and reason are useful in the search for the Absolute Truth. But they’re not enough to obtain perfect knowledge, we must overcome four basic human defects. Ladies and gentlemen. I thank you… Continue reading

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“Your Bhagavad-gītā Reading is Perfect. You have Taken the Essence.”

When Lord Caitanya was traveling in South India…He saw one brāhmaṇa was reading Bhagavad-gītā. And people were joking him, “Oh, Mr. brāhmaṇa, how you are reading Bhagavad-gītā?” Because they were the neighbors, they… Continue reading

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