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यदि कोई भगवद् गीता का सारांश यथार्थ रूप से समझने में सक्षम हो तो वह परम सत्य का अनुभव कर बंधन की भ्रान्ति व संसार के दुखों से मुक्त हो सकता है। अर्जुन ने भी महाभारत का युद्ध लड़ते हुए सांसारिक दुखों से मुक्ति प्राप्त की थी। भगवान श्री कृष्ण के द्वारा दिए गए दिव्यचक्षु के कारण ही यह संभव हो सका और इसी दिव्यचक्षु के कारण अर्जुन कोई भी कर्म बाँधे बिना युद्ध लड़ने में सक्षम बने और उसी जीवन में मोक्ष प्राप्त किया। This Satsang is conducted by Mona Mahajan Sharma. To get in touch: sharmavatsal2705@g ...
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GITA FOR SELF GROWTH

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GITA FOR SELF GROWTH With HG Shyamananda Das (ISKCON, Chowpatty) & HG Madan Sundar Das (ISKCON, Pune) Tune in for a life transforming conversation on Bhagavad Gita every morning (M-F) at 8.00 am IST. A short conversation wherein our speakers will share Soulful Strategies for Success & Sacred Solutions for Everyday Challenges. 📲Have a question? Right to us here - https://evolvepune.com/forums/forum/ask-a-question/ or else write your query in the comments
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These verses from Bhagavad Gita Chapter 3 emphasize that individuals act according to their inherent nature, which is difficult to change even for the wise. Arjuna questions why people engage in sinful acts against their will, indicating the influence of desires and attachments. The teachings suggest the importance of self-awareness, inner discipli…
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The teachings highlight the importance of a respectful and open-hearted approach to divine wisdom for spiritual growth and freedom, contrasting it with the detrimental effects of envy and rejection.-Send a Voice Message-https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/spirituallearningpodcast/messageEmail ID - sharmavatsal2705@gmail.com9225522405…
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From Bhagavad Gita Chapter 3, Verse 30, the key learnings are:1. **Dedicate Actions to the Divine**: Offer all your activities to a higher purpose.2. **Cultivate Detachment**: Perform duties without attachment to results or personal gain.3. **Maintain Equanimity**: Stay calm and free from mental agitation.4. **Avoid Selfishness**: Act without selfi…
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These verses teach the importance of wisdom and spiritual understanding. Verse 26 emphasizes leading by example and encouraging others to fulfill their duties without disturbance. Verse 28 underscores the need to discern between actions driven by material desires and those performed with devotion and detachment. Together, they highlight the path to…
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These verses emphasize the importance of performing one’s duty diligently and selflessly, setting a positive example for others, and guiding society towards righteousness and spiritual growth.-Send a Voice Message-https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/spirituallearningpodcast/messageEmail ID - sharmavatsal2705@gmail.com9225522405…
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These verses highlight the importance of selfless action and dedication to duty as a path to spiritual growth and enlightenment.-Send a Voice Message-https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/spirituallearningpodcast/messageEmail ID - sharmavatsal2705@gmail.com9225522405
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Both verses underscore the Bhagavad Gita’s teachings on the importance of selfless action, adherence to duty, and the spiritual consequences of our choices and actions in life.-Send a Voice Message-https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/spirituallearningpodcast/messageEmail ID - sharmavatsal2705@gmail.com9225522405…
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From the Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 3, Verse 9, we learn that performing actions selflessly as a sacrifice to a higher purpose prevents us from being bound by karma. This promotes spiritual freedom and encourages us to do our duties with devotion and without attachment to results.These insights guide one towards living a life of purpose, detachment, an…
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Overall, these verses underscore the necessity of action in life. Krishna encourages Arjuna to engage in his duties, as it is through action that one can achieve personal growth, societal balance, and spiritual advancement.-Send a Voice Message-https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/spirituallearningpodcast/messageEmail ID - sharmavatsal2705@gmail…
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Chapter 2 sets the foundation for the subsequent teachings of the Gita, providing Arjuna (and the readers) with a comprehensive understanding of the nature of the self, the principles of righteous action, and the path to spiritual liberation. -Send a Voice Message-https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/spirituallearningpodcast/messageEmail ID - sh…
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In verse 72 of Chapter 2 of the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna describes "Brahmi-sthiti," a state of profound spiritual enlightenment where one achieves oneness with Brahman, the ultimate reality. Attaining this state eliminates confusion and delusion, enabling eternal peace and clarity. Krishna emphasizes that those who maintain this state until death wil…
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The verse (2, 70) suggests that those who do not yield to their desires but remain steadfast in their inner calm achieve true tranquility. It emphasizes the importance of controlling desires to attain a state of inner peace and contentment.In essence, the verse (2, 71) encourages letting go of desires, practicing detachment, and engaging in selfles…
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This verse (2, 67) advises mastering your senses to avoid the turbulence of an uncontrolled mind, highlighting the importance of maintaining clarity and wisdom in life.In Bhagavad Gita (2. 69) , it highlights that while others are in a state of spiritual ignorance, a disciplined yogi remains spiritually awake. It symbolizes the importance of self-c…
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In essence, this verse (2, 65) encourages individuals to cultivate a balanced and joyful mindset as a key to unlocking inner peace, overcoming challenges, and progressing on the path of wisdom and spiritual growth.Chapter (2, 66) of the Bhagavad Gita teaches the necessity of a balanced intellect, emotional stability, and spiritual awareness for att…
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In Bhagavad Gita Chapter (2.63) Lord Krishna highlights the detrimental impact of uncontrolled anger and desires. He explains that such emotions lead to confusion, loss of clarity, and ultimately the destruction of one’s well-being. The verse encourages the importance of mastering these emotions & desires for spiritual and mental harmony.Chapter( 2…
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In Bhagavad Gita Chapter (2, 61), the focus is on the discipline of the senses. It advises that by mastering and directing the senses towards a higher goal, one can attain firm and unwavering wisdom.This verse (2, 62) teaches the importance of self-awareness in managing the progression from sensory contemplation to desires and potential anger. It e…
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In Bhagavad Gita Chapter (2, 58), Lord Krishna advises practicing self-control over the senses, like a tortoise withdrawing its limbs. This self-discipline leads to steadfast wisdom and stability amid external influences.(2, 59) Krishna explains that for those who practice self-discipline and moderation, sensory attractions lose their grip. The ana…
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In Bhagavad Gita Chapter( 2, 57), Lord Krishna teaches the value of detachment, urging one to remain unperturbed by success or failure. This mindset leads to enduring wisdom and emotional stability.-Send a Voice Message-https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/spirituallearningpodcast/messageEmail ID - sharmavatsal2705@gmail.com9225522405…
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In this verse (2, 55), Lord Krishna advises Arjuna to attain inner peace by relinquishing the desires of the mind, finding contentment within oneself, and achieving a state of steady wisdom.The verse (2, 56), emphasizes the importance of maintaining mental equilibrium in the face of life’s dualities, be it joy or sorrow, without being swayed by att…
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In Bhagavad Gita Chapter ( 2. 52), Lord Krishna advises Arjuna to rise above delusion and achieve a state of equanimity. By transcending the dualities of pleasure and pain, success and failure, one can attain a balanced and wise perspective, crucial for the spiritual journey.Arjuna asks Lord Krishna in Bhagavad Gita (2, 54) about the conduct of a p…
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This verse (2, 50) advises performing actions with intelligence and skill while maintaining detachment from the results, emphasizing the practice of selfless action in the path of Karma Yoga.-Send a Voice Message-https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/spirituallearningpodcast/messageEmail ID - sharmavatsal2705@gmail.com9225522405…
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“Samatva Buddhi Yog ” in the context of the Bhagavad Gita refers to the intellect or understanding of equanimity. It is the ability to maintain a balanced and steady mindset, irrespective of the dualities of joy and sorrow, success and failure, pleasure and pain.This verse (2, 49) underscores the importance of performing actions without attachment …
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In this verse (2, 47), Lord Krishna is imparting a profound teaching on the concept of duty and detachment. In essence, this verse encourages selfless action, where one performs their duties diligently but remains detached from the fruits of those actions. It promotes a mindset of responsibility without being driven by personal desires or aversions…
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The verse (2, 44) encourages individuals to cultivate a more balanced and introspective mindset, free from excessive attachment to sensory enjoyments, to progress on the path of self-discovery and higher knowledge.This verse (2, 45) highlights the principle of performing one’s responsibilities with a sense of duty and righteousness while maintainin…
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Bhagavad Gita ( 2, 40) describes Karma Yoga, emphasizing selfless action and detachment from the outcomes of one's duties.Bhagavad Gita ( 2, 41 ) emphasizes the difference between individuals with a clear & determined purpose and those with indecisive, scattered thinking. Lord Krishna underscores the significance of a resolute mindset and focused g…
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In Bhagavad Gita chapter (2 , 37) underscores the significance of selfless action and the need for Arjuna to rise with determination, ready to fulfill his duty in the battlefield.Verse (2, 38) emphasizes the concept of performing one’s duty without being attached to the fruits of the actions.Send a Voice Message-https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/s…
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In Bhagavad Gita, Chapter (2, 27), Lord Krishna imparts a profound teaching about the nature of the soul. This teaching lays the groundwork for the larger philosophical concepts presented in the Bhagavad Gita, including the importance of self-realization and detachment from the transient aspects of life.In (2, 33) verse underscores the importance o…
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In essence, Bhagavad Gita Chapter (2, 22) underscores the transience of the physical body, drawing a parallel with changing clothes. Meanwhile, (2, 23) highlights the eternal and indestructible nature of the soul, which remains unaffected by the changes in the body.Send a Voice Message-https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/spirituallearningpodcas…
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In these verses (2, 14.15)lord Krishna advises Arjuna to remain calm amid life's ups and downs, urging him to endure sensory experiences with resilience for lasting inner peace and spiritual growth.Send a Voice Message-https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/spirituallearningpodcast/messageEmail ID - sharmavatsal2705@gmail.com9225522405…
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In Bhagavad Gita (2, 13), Lord Krishna introduces the concept of the eternal soul (atman) residing within the temporary physical body. He encourages Arjuna to recognize the impermanence of the body and understand that the soul is beyond birth and death. This sets the foundation for deeper philosophical discussions on duty, righteousness, and the pa…
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These verses (2, 11.12) convey that Lord Krishna is reminding Arjuna about the impermanence of the physical body and the eternal nature of the soul. He encourages Arjuna to fulfill his duty as a warrior without being attached to the temporary aspects of life.-Send a Voice Message-https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/spirituallearningpodcast/mess…
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In Chapter (2, 7) of the Bhagavad Gita, Arjuna expresses his confusion and emotional turmoil about his duty, seeking guidance from Lord Krishna. He acknowledges his weakness and asks Krishna to instruct him on the righteous path, declaring himself as Krishna's disciple and surrendering for guidance.Send a Voice Message-https://podcasters.spotify.co…
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Chapter 1 of the Bhagavad Gita is called “ Shokgrasat Arjuna ” or “The Yoga of the Dejection of Arjuna.” It sets the stage for the epic conversation between Prince Arjuna and Lord Krishna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra. Arjuna is overwhelmed with moral dilemma and compassion, reluctant to fight against his own relatives in the war. The chapter h…
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Arjuna observes negative signs and feels a deep inner conflict about engaging in the battle. These verses marks the beginning of Arjuna's emotional struggle, setting the stage for Lord Krishna's teachings on duty and righteousness.-Send a Voice Message-https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/spirituallearningpodcast/messageEmail ID - sharmavatsal27…
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