Sthitaprajnah tadocyate, Bhagavad Gita 2:55, Swami Viditatmanandaji, Memorial Day Weekend Course, 5 classes, 2018, At the end of the second chapter of the Bhagavad Gita, Arjuna asks Lord Krishna what are the characteristics of a person who is well-established (sthita) in the self-knowledge (prajna) that Lord Krishna has just taught. “How does he walk? How does he talk?” Lord Krishna...
Category: Bhagavad Gita
A classical interpretation for the modern mind. For centuries the Bhagavad Gita has remained the single most influential philosophical text shaping Indian thought and life. It addresses itself foursquare to the universal limitations each human being is confronted with : ignorance, sorrow and death.
The teaching of the Bhagavad Gita opens with the audacious statement that all these are illegitimate problems caused by ignorance about the real nature of the self. Drawing upon the essence of all Upanishads, Gita explains how the self, the atman, is limitless, indestructible, unborn. This knowledge, Brahmavidya, frees one from all sense of limitation. This is the principal teaching of the Bhagavad Gita.
The Entire Bhagavad Gita, Swami Dayananda, Two Week Retreat, 24 classes, 2002, The mastery of Pujya Swami Dayanandaji is evident as he unfolds the vision of the entire Bhagavad Gita in only 24 classes.