Geeta for beginners in simple words Ch 15 Sl 3 & 4

Geeta for beginners in simple words Ch 15 Sl 3 & 4

Published on 21 October 2022

The uniqueness of Srimad Bhagwat Geeta is the simple and practical style in which it presents the essence of the Hindu way of life and its universal applicability. Sage Vyasa, through the words of Lord Krishna, reiterates the silent message of the Vedas t

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Yoga of Supreme Spirit
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THE GEETA WAY
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Chapter 15
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Hari Om! Begin each day listening to the most auspicious sound in the  universe.
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Hari Om!
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Yoga of Supreme Spirit Chapter 15 , Shloka 3 & 4
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Bhagwat Geeta for beginners in simple words
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Its form is not perceived here as such, neither its end , or its foundation, nor its resting place; having cut asunder this firm-rooted Asvattha-tree with the strong axe of non-attachment….
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Then that goal should be sought after, where having gone, none returns again. I seek refuge in that primeval Purusha from which streamed forth all activity (or energy).
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Hari Om!
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See this Video clipping again and again till you can answer the following questions: 1.What is described in this shloka? 2.What does the Aswatha-tree spreading out in all quarters, as described in the    previous shloka represent? 3.How does the subtle Principle of Life manifest through us? 4.Why does the tree of life sprout, exist and end? 5.How can the Aswatha- tree constituted of the manifested world be cut? 6.When is the intellect to be consciously turned, in an attitude of love and surrender,    to the goal? 7.How long the perceptions-emotions-thoughts function and remain extrovert? 8.What is the fan example? 9.After achieving what ‘then that goal should be sought after, to which men go and    do not return’?