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Bhagavad Gita Message Summary 2

Anfostar Team Tue Sep 20, 2022
Bhagavad Gita Message Summary 2
The word dharma is used in the Gita for self nature and soul nature.

In this context it is necessary to understand Dharma and Adharma.

The nature of the soul is religion or it can be said that religion is the soul.

The nature of the soul is complete pure knowledge, knowledge is the inexhaustible abode of joy and peace.

On the contrary, it signifies ignorance, unrest, suffering and unrighteousness.

The soul is the source of inexhaustible knowledge.

From different amounts of knowledge power arises the power of action, the birth of nature.

The qualities of nature - sattva, raja, tam - are born. Excess of sattva-raja gives rise to dharma, due to excess of tamas-raja, demonic tendencies prevail and to establish dharma i.e. to establish the nature of virtues, to increase the quality of goodness, the soul attaining the imperishable brahmi stage will attain its resolution.

By assuming a body, she assumes an incarnation.

The essence of the entire Gita scripture is to always keep the intellect subtle and keep great intellect in the soul and keep doing the actions of the world easily according to your nature.

It is easy to act according to the nature and it is difficult to follow the actions of others, because each living being is born with a different nature, the nature with which the soul has come into the world, it easily gets subsistence.

Shri Bhagwan has repeatedly asked in the entire Gita Shastra to be self-absorbed, self-established.

It is easy for the intellect to become unattached while doing natural actions, hence it is considered as a sure path.

Though seen separately, Jnana Yoga, Buddhi Yoga, Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga etc.

have been preached in the Gita, but if considered from a subtle point of view, all yoga can be performed by offering one's intellect to the Supreme Personality of Godhead.

Nishkaam Karma Yoga becomes self-evident. (Reference from Basanteshwari Bhagavad Gita).

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