Happiness – Bhagavad Gita

The real meaning of happinessMany times we associate with many external factors. We often spend all our effort on the satisfaction of our senses. However, this type of happiness achieved only temporary happiness and is interwoven with the cycle of grief. True bliss can only pass through a peaceful mind that is not dependent on any external agent and remains unaffected in every situation.In chapter 2, verse 70 of the Bhagavad Gita, Lord Sri Krishna says,"Anapuraya-manam achala-prathistam"Samudram you influenceTadva-kama yama prabhavati shravSa shanti-apnoti na kama-kami ”“Just like water if enters into ocean, which however is filled on every area of the side, likewise the men who are not move despite the flow of wishful things everywhere attains peace, and it’s not for the person who strives to satisfy desires.”Three types of happinessIn chapter 18, verse 36, Lord Shri Krishna says to Arjuna,“Sukham tv idanim tri-vidham shrinu me bharatarshabhaAbhayasad ramate yatra dukhantam…

Satisfaction – Bhagvad Gita

We are all looking for bliss. The more we get it, the more we want it. No matter how much we get, there is always something else we can do.The eyes are always searching to see someone or something beautiful; we have had many experiences in the past but the eyes want more. The ears are always looking for something sweet to listen to; many people have praised us before and we can get satisfaction but ears want more. Similarly, other senses are also waiting to get more and more.supreme everlasting doctrine of Bhagavad Gita
Chapter 17 sloka 16 of Bhagavad Gita, Lord Krishna says satisfaction, simplicity, gravity, self-control, and purification of one's existence is the penance of the mind. "Interestingly, Lord Krishna speaks of the penance of the mind and cites contentment as one of the current poetry. We think that satisfaction will be a quality of the senses - if the ears are satisfied then the work is done, if the eyes are satisfied then I am saved. Here's a surprise.Krishn…

Supreme everlasting principle doctrine Bhagavad Gita

IntroductionThe supreme everlasting doctrine of Bhagavad Gita is the best way to compile whole experiences of the acquisition of supernatural power. These experiences are beyond the limit, we cannot say anything about the solid base of these experiences or is there any power behind those experiences because it happens only by the self intuition only. It’s only done of the supreme power of the deity.These doctrines are supreme and everlasting of Bhagavad Gita that can not possible to express in words. In the Indian perspective of doctrine is the establishment and acceptance of any the spiritual community are called doctrine.Doctrine is the theory of spirituality – this is the belief that to prove it, all we had to do is done, and now the time has come to adopt a stable theory.This is the conception that has followed every proven step to proof doctrine and now the time has come to adopt a stable view, thought, opinion, or impressions.In the spiritual way of pattern, “the strong belief i…

Bhagavad Gita verses - Education

IntroductionBhagavad Gita verses on education describes Raja Janak - Just as King Janak lived in the ascetic life ( grahast asharam) and did all the work with platonic feelings (niskam bhav) and attained prime fulfillment (param siddhi). In the same way, Lord Krishana says that we can get knowledge even while doing our daily work. In the primitive time, people believed in fundamental principles of life and valued only that, so attaining this knowledge is called ultimate accomplishment (param siddhi).But today’s life is quite different from that life which only teaches us to earn money. So our fundamental things to grow personality do not stand anywhere today,Our real progress of personality with the inner mind can through this primitive Bhagavad Gita education on Vedic knowledge.This knowledge does squeeze our entire internal mind to the outer mind. So we can attain prime fulfillment by doing all our daily works. In this same way We can go close to God with all our purpose.For this, t…

God Concept Nature - Bhagavad Gita

The concept and nature of God according to Bhagavad Gita

IntroductionGod’s concept andnature according to Bhagavad Gitais god alwayswith us and filled our ownfeelings in our heart so we feel sometimes very restlessness for something that we don’t find that According to Bhagavad Gita - God is impatient to meet his portion (human beings), only we are who have blocked entry gate to pass our God into our inner world. The gate that can use to enter god into our existence, we have blocked that path with a kind of misdeed works like ego, greed, unwanted desires, and lust. The way to call God :Now the nature of God can’t visit our mind until we will not be free from those( ego, greed, lust and unwanted desires)misdeed manners because there is no space of even a single bit in our mind to stay God.Just think yourself “How can God comes where there is ego”?Before calling supreme power, there has to be a place for them in our psyche.Nowadays we organize worship – havan, Yagya, either to fulfill ou…