"The power to promote and reward, as also to demote and punish the individual and his fate in this world, lies within his mind, its thoughts and feelings. No external agency is necessary to bring this infallible fruition. As the growth and development of a seed, an embryo, or a cell designed and preserved by its own inner makeup, here too the causal forces for what one rightly deserves lurk within one’s own invisible bosom."

The Guiding force of Narayanashrama Tapovanam & Center for Inner Resources Development

Swami Bhoomananda Tirtha

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Essential Concepts in Bhagavad Gita III
Essential Concepts in Bhagavad Gita III
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An invaluable compilation of Essential Concepts in Bhagavad-Gita (covering Chapters 5 & 6).

This third volume of Essential Concepts in Bhagavadgītā series, primarily deals with the concepts elaborated in the chapters five and six. Through these discussions, Poojya Swamiji further enlightens how Sri Krishna’s grand synthesis of Karmayoga and Jñāna offers a universal path to supreme Felicity.

Poojya Swamiji points out that Bhagavadgītā discusses true sannyāsa as an inner attainment – a state of freedom of the mind and the intelligence, and explains how the right pursuit of karmayoga enfolds the content and sublimity of sannyāsa as well. How cardinal messages of Bhagavadgītā are verily universal, transcending all religious notions and divisions is repeatedly highlighted.
 

Extract from the Book:

To dedicate one’s actions to the Supreme is to drop attachment to what one does and experiences. If, leaving attachment or identification, one performs his actions, he can, assures Krishna, remain unaffected and unbound. He brings the lotus leaf to illustrate the message. The lotus leaf is lying in water always. Water often enters the leaf, remains for a while, and in another moment slips off. Below and above is water; yet the leaf remains dry. The world as well our interactions with it must be like this. At no time should the seeker feel any conflict with the world. His life and the world around should, instead, be beautiful compliments, nourishing each other

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The potential to change, correct and improve is in-built in the human system. That is how in Kurukshetra, Arjuna confessed his mental and moral crisis before Krishna, and Krishna began to deliver his thoughts and vision to help him. Did Duryodhana care to mend his evil in the same way? Only when one’s mind responds, the change is possible, and necessary

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