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Geeta for beginners in simple words Ch 3 Sl 41, 42, 43

Geeta for beginners in simple words Ch 3 Sl 41, 42, 43

Published on 17 December 2021

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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Transcript
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  for INTEGRATION
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Chapter 3
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THE GEETA WAY
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The Path of Action
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KARMA YOGA FOR INTEGRATION
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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 Action (Karma Yoga) Chapter 3 , Shloka 41, 42, 43.
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Bhagwat Geeta for beginners in simple words
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Therefore, O best of the Bharatas, controlling first the senses, kill this sinful thing, the destroyer of knowledge and wisdom.
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They say that the senses are superior (to the body); superior to the senses is the mind; superior to the mind is the intellect; one who is even superior to the intellect is He, (the Atman).
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Thus knowing Him, who is superior to intelect, and restraining the self by the Self, slay you, O mighty-armed, the enemy in the form of desire, no doubt, hard indeed to conquer.
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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 does this shloka tell us? 2.What is the two step strategy given by the Lord? 3.Why is desire sinful? 4.What is Subtlety? 5.What is the Hierarchy of Subtlety? 6.What is the subtlest of all? 7.What is the Goal and process of meditation? 8.What is the ego? 9.What do we understand by 'restraining the self by the Self'?