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Bhagavad Gita Home Study Course – 9 volumes set in English
The expression of my life is just the expression of my well-assimilated value structure. What I do is but an expression of what is valuable to me. For comforts to be enjoyed I must be there to enjoy them. When I am split with guilt, I am rarely anywhere but with my anxieties, regrets and guilt. When I clearly see this fact, I will see the value of applying universal ethical standards to myself. Therefore, a value, universal or situational, is a value for me only when I see the value of the value as valuable to me.
The Vishnusahasranama consists of one thousand names of the Lord. Most of these names are drawn from the Vedas, while the others are from the Puranas. The interpretation of these words is highly consistent with the vision of Vedanta. Sri Swamiji has clearly shown that all that is here is nothing but that one Ishvara.
The book contains Sri Rudram, a hymn from the Vedas, the sacred book of the Hindus. Diving deeply into the book brings Isvara into one’s life so that one comes out with namaH on one’s lips and Isvara in one’s heart.
The reading of the Bhagavad Gita verses with meaning should be looked upon as a part of one’s daily prayer. One can easily cover one chapter in a sitting daily. This inspiring routine will make this book your unfailing companion.
In whom dwells the entire jagat, whose being lends existence to the very jagat, who is a source of blessing, unto him, Bhagavan Vasudeva, our salutation.
The classical definition of meditation is saguna-brahma-visaya-manasa-vyaparaH – action centred on Isvara. Following this definition, this book provides the reader a series of meditations. Even a slow attentive reading would be meditation.