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Bhagavad Gita – Chapter 3 verse 28

      Bhagavad Gita-chapter 3verse 28 Bhagavad Gita chapter 3 verse 28, has given us many important provenances to know about us, out of which we will discuss some Provenance on this All three qualities sattva, Raj, and Tam have been given to us by nature and, all of them, one quality definitely appears. So the body, senses, brain, mind, creatures, and objects are full of virtue. That is known as virtue-department. All the actions done by these faculties are known as action-department. Virtues and actions , that is, matter and actions are constantly changing. Substances are going to be generated and destroyed and activities are going to start and end. To experience accurately this, that is known from the element of virtue and action department. nature's law-Bhagavad Gita Bhagavad Gita- happiness, distress In consciousness never any action takes place . It remains always detached and changeless, which means, it is not being connected to any natural substances and activ

Nature's Law - Infallible Justice

  Nature's law- infallible justice The laws of nature an infallible justice for entire species of the world, that teaches felicity, moderation, and piety for godhead. The behavior of the lord makes us obedient to others.   While speaking of the rules and norms of nature , it becomes pertinent to the words of Lord Krishna. In this article, many of the norms from Vedic scripture embodied in very simple ways. In this article, it has emanated intelligence to human for being disciplined in his life. Vedic knowledge is inerrable and surefire, it incarnated on the earth through possession of spiritual guru, means, prologue with the golden words of the Lord himself. Since the golden words of Vedic knowledge have started through the Lord wherewithal this knowledge turns into the transcendental. These golden words spoken by the lord are called apurseya. The Vedic approach to the natural law of Bhagavad Gita, emphasis the full development of a universal aspect of human nature - con

Bhagavad Gita – Happiness, Distress

  Bhagavad Gita - Happiness, Distress   A pure even-minded seeker is neither happy nor distress over loss and gain of materialistic things, nor is anxious to achieve good or bad, nor is he distress by not getting anything. If this type of person loses the thing which is very loving to him, he never laments. Similarly, if the even-minded person does not procure what he desires, he is not distressed or happy. He is tough disciplined for all kinds of auspicious, inauspicious, and sinful activities. They all are get ready to comply and sacrifices all kinds of risks for the satisfaction of the supreme lord. “Nothing is an impediment in the discharge of his devotional service. Such a devotee is very dear to Krishna.” A satisfied being remains happy in every situation, whether he gets to enjoy a luxurious life or get very palatable foodstuffs or get a very distressing moment, they all remain the same in both conditions, nor does he care for any material things and outer objects.

Bhagavad Gita – Soul | Human Consciousness

    Bhagavad Gita-soul|Human consciousness This topic entails a short discussion on the brain and unabridged facets related to the relation of soul and consciousness. Upon a specific point, the importance of the relation between  consciousness and soul is an elevated dimension to the growth of humankind; it has been in existence since time immemorial. Despite the primitive time of knowledge, no one could find exactly the depth of soul and consciousness not fathoms assertively their relation. Hence human consciousness is not yet full-blown to a level wherewithal a normal man could be able to probe with invisible, its psychology, and its powers. The consciousness of the slump of the people is continued only to the visible world as the physical body, car, relations, house, luxury, wealth, outer nature, etc. Since the mango man exists only in the rude, rough outer domain they are easily eating and digest this outer knowledge. However, the elements beyond time and space i.e. t

Bhagavad Gita Eternal Soul

    Bhagavad Gita Eternal Soul The soul is omnipresent, eternal, and cardinal for supreme. The soul is indeed the ultimate authority in this world. We have been constantly closest to our own soul but still, we don't aware of this amazing friend. Soul's power just can be felt only naturally with its transcendent powers.   This natural way is the best option to get a close connection with the soul . This is the exclusive message of the Bhagavad Gita. Lord Krishna never says, to rove aimlessly in aim to set up a connection with the soul, neither practicing of mantras nor advising to worship nor reading of high scriptures. Lord merely states " O Arjun within your heart transmigrates the supreme power of the entire world , that name is – Eternal Soul . Just take shelter of your soul, this soul is more powerful in comparison to other power. This soul knows everything as I know, as I act because it's me and my part. Soul is omniscient This means the supreme powe