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Bhagavad Gita Chapter 14

Chapter 14 of the Bhagavad Gita explores the three modes of material nature—goodness, passion, and ignorance—that influence human behavior. Lord Krishna explains how these modes shape individual tendencies and actions. Understanding these qualities allows one to transcend their influence and cultivate a higher consciousness, ultimately leading to spiritual progress and self-realization. 

Bhagavad Gita Chapter 11

In Chapter 11 of the Bhagavad Gita, Arjuna is granted a divine vision by Lord Krishna. Overwhelmed, Arjuna witnesses Krishna’s majestic universal form, encompassing countless cosmic manifestations. The sight fills him with awe and reverence, leading him to acknowledge Krishna’s supreme power and seek guidance in his path.

How to prepare for an interview?

The other side of the desk – A lot has been said, spoken, and written about the various techniques of preparing for an interview. However, most of this material has been developed keeping the interviewee’s point of view in mind…. Continue Reading →

“Ignorance is Bliss” – It’s OK – to not know everything

What is the meaning of ignorance is bliss?
The phrase “ignorance is bliss” means that it is often better not to know the full truth about something, as it can bring worry or sadness. It suggests that sometimes, ignorance can be a source of happiness, because if we don’t know about certain problems or negative aspects of the world, we won’t be bothered by them. However, this idea can also be seen as a form of denial or escapism, as it can prevent us from facing reality and taking action to address issues.

What are the 3 Lessons of Life?

The three valuable lessons of life are worth keeping in mind as we navigate our journey. Firstly, hardships are blessings in disguise. Every difficult moment we encounter, however painful, allows us to learn and grow as individuals. Secondly, real motivation comes from our innate passion. If we stay true to our hearts and pursue our interests, we are more likely to succeed and be happy. Lastly, expectations ruin relationships. Too often, we hold unrealistic expectations of ourselves and others, which only leads to disappointment and heartache. It’s important to let go of expectations and focus on building genuine relationships with people.

What is the X Factor?

The X factor is that elusive quality that makes some people stand out from the crowd. It’s the magic ingredient that transforms the ordinary into the extraordinary. We all want to have that X factor, that special something that makes us unique and sets us apart from the rest.

Bhagavad Gita Chapter 10

Those who think they can understand God have no understanding of God. Those who think that he is beyond understanding truly understand him.

Bhagavad Gita Chapter 9

Arjuna has faith and trust in Krishna. In return, Krishna promises to tell Arjuna the secret of how to attain wisdom and release from suffering. All living beings are contained within Krishna’s limitless, unmanifest form, but Krishna is not limited by them.

What is Life?

Yes, this could very well be the title of a chapter from biology. The chapter describes the origin of life and the presence of life in different forms on the planet. Another place where we find this question is in… Continue Reading →

Bhagavad Gita Chapter 7

This chapter begins with Shree Krishna describing the material and spiritual dimensions of God’s energies. Paramahamsa Vijnana Yoga (The Yoga of Knowledge and Wisdom): Lord Krishna reveals His divine manifestations and proclaims that everything in the universe emanates from His supreme consciousness. He emphasizes the importance of unwavering devotion and knowledge of His true nature.

Bhagavad Gita Chapter 6

Abhyasa Yoga (The Yoga of Self-Control): Krishna elucidates the path of meditation and self-discipline. He encourages Arjuna to control his mind, body, and senses through regular practice, paving the way for spiritual evolution. . It discusses why we should strive to follow this path, outlines the qualifications required to do so, and gives instructions on how to meditate properly. The concept of yoga as a means of attaining oneness with the divine is also discussed.

How is AI challenging HI (Human Intelligence)?

I guarantee that you haven’t explored this aspect of AI. Although this is my personal experience, I am somehow sure that this will resonate with the majority. I know many people in my circle with no human intelligence aka common sense…. Continue Reading →

What is the ultimate goal of Spirituality?

How do we perceive Spirituality? Anger, frustration, dejection, rejection, irritation, failure, confusion. At least one of these emotions is a regular one with you, right? We have come to a point where stress is normal. At such a time when… Continue Reading →

Bhagavad Gita Chapter 4

Jnana Yoga (The Yoga of Knowledge): Lord Krishna reveals the eternal nature of His existence and the cycle of birth and rebirth (Samsara). He discloses the divine knowledge passed down through generations, highlighting the importance of devotion and surrender to attain spiritual liberation.

Bhagavad Gita Chapter 3

The chapter describes the path of karma yoga, which is the discipline of selfless action. The chapter explains that one should perform their duties without attachment to the outcome, and instead focus on the action itself as an offering to God. “Karma-yoga” teaches to do actions selflessly, without attachment to the outcome, as an offering to god.

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