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18. The teaching of the Bhagavad Gita

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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. Swami Dayananda’s is a classical vedantic interpretation of the Bhagavad Gita. Without getting lost in a rigid verse-by-verse translation, he plunges with great verve and energy into the central theme of the Gita, unerringly picking and choosing key verses to highlight its message. A highly respected and very popular teacher of vedanta, Swami Dayananda succeeds marvellously in conveying the profundity of the Bhagavad Gita, unfolding its teaching with a style and clarity which will appeal to every modern mind.

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Action and Reaction

Action and Reaction

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When one reacts one is not able to measure up to a situation in spite of the powers at one’s command. Reactions crystallise themselves to create a personality out of a person. Awareness of oneself in every situation gives one enough inner space to play one’s roles following the relevant scripts. Reactions old and piled up get neutralised. One is no more a personality but a person totally acceptable to oneself and others.

Can we?

Can We?

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We change ourselves by our own initiative. This small booklet discusses some useful areas which deserve our attention and effort to bring about that change.

Conversion is violence

Conversion is Violence

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What hurts a person, his or her family and the community is violence. Religious conversion hurts all this. Therefore, it is rank violence.

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Crisis Management

Crisis Management

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You cannot manage a crisis unless you are together as a person. You are mature as a person and that maturity calls for the recognition of a power other than yourself. Accepting one’s limitations gracefully, doing what one needs to do makes one an effective person to face any crisis.

Danam

Danam

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The capacity to give without a murmur is accomplishment, siddhi. The way to this siddhi is deliberate will-based giving—danam.