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The Secret Of Karm Yog – Part 2

In the previous article “The Secret Of Karm Yog-Part1”, we discussed one must perform their duty free of attachment and be unaffected by either success or failure. Let us discuss this further by the example of Arjun.  Arjun fights the battle of Mahabharat more…

The Secret Of Karm Yog – Part I

Shree Krishna explained Karm yog to Arjun. To perform Karm yog one must not be attached to the outcome of one’s actions, nor must one be attached to inaction (chapter 2, verse 47). While keeping your mind in God, you more…

Going Beyond The Ved

After having understood the reality of Swarg, Arjun wanted to go beyond it. Shree Krishna told him that He is going to explain karm yog, by practicing which he can be freed from the bondage of karm and the cycle more…

A Prison With Golden Bars Is Still A Prison

In the last articles “Temporary & Unsatisfying Nature Of Swarg-Part 1” & “Temporary & Unsatisfying Nature Of Swarg-Part 2”, we saw that although Shree Krishna explained to Arjun that if he did his duty by fighting the war, he would more…

Temporary And Unsatisfying Nature Of Swarg – 1

In the previous  2 articles, we discussed the nature of worldly happiness and wordly unhappiness. Thus, even though Shree Krishna explained to Arjun that by performing his dharm, he would receive more worldly enjoyments (by gaining the kingship through victory more…

Understanding Attachment – Rag & Dvesh

Continuing from the previous article “Worldly Unhappiness”,  just as the mind creates a positive attachment to a person or thing through repeated positive thinking about them, in the very same way, the mind creates a negative attachment to a person more…

Worldly Unhappiness

In the last article, Worldly Happiness, we learned that the happiness of the world is not a fact, but is only a feeling of the mind, based on the intensity of the desire for a particular person or object. In other more…

4 Steps To A Disciplined Life

In the sixth chapter of the Bhagwad Gita, Shree Krishna has described how one should observe discipline with respect to diet, behavior and sleep. Control Over Food All the necessary vitamins and nutrients, such as vitamin A, B, C, D, more…

Gita Chapter 2-Worldly Happiness

The truth is that there never was any happiness in those worldly things: not in the tasty food, not in the beauty, not in anything of this world. We experience happiness in the association of those things in proportion to more…

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