Geeta for beginners in simple words Ch 18 Sl 26

Geeta for beginners in simple words Ch 18 Sl 26

Published on 30 December 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 Liberation Through Renunciation
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THE GEETA WAY
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Chapter 18
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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 Liberation Through Renunciation Chapter 18 Sl 26
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Bhagwat Geeta for beginners in simple words
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An agent who is free from attachment, non-egoistic, endowed with firmness and enthusiasm and unaffected by success or failure, is called sattvika (pure).
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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 the third of the constituents that goes into the makeup of the an action? 2.Who is the one who is free from attachment and non-egocentric? 3.How does he surrender his ego-centric individuality to the Lord, and serves without    the ‘I do’ mentality to do the greatest good to mankind? 4.How can he act with firm resolution (Dhriti) and great enthusiasm (Utsaha), when working    on the achievement, while pursuing success? 5.Why is the world of beings benefited most by such a prophet who serves joyously in Sattwic    ‘actions’, guided by his Sattwic ‘knowledge’? 6.What are the equipments that come into play and serve the world only because of the Spirit,    the Infinite, is in contact with them? 7.What does a Sattvic Karta never forget? 8.Why is this possible? 9.Who is a Sattwic ‘doer’?