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Geeta for beginners in simple words Ch 15 Sl 7

Geeta for beginners in simple words Ch 15 Sl 7

Published on 24 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 7
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Bhagwat Geeta for beginners in simple words
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An eternal portion of Myself, having become a living soul in the world of life, abiding in prakrti, draws (to itself) the (five) senses, with mind as the sixth.
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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 explained in this shloka? 2.Can the Infinite have parts or be divided? 3.What is the example of the reflection of moon in the bucket? 4.Why the Consciousness playing upon a given subtle-body, suffer, no sense of    limitation, though appearing as the ego-centric personality (Jiva), born out of It? 5.How is the Self-in-man called the Eternal Jiva in the world of Jivas? 6.What enlivens the entire body with life, makes existence possible for a living    creature, and by its mere presence, maintains the sense faculties and the mental    capacities around Itself? 7.What are the expressions of the Spirit when it functions through matter? 8.Why is the conditioned-Self experienced as the ego, the mortal? 9.What is the error of judgement of the ego?