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God Concept Nature - Bhagavad Gita

  The concept and nature of God according to Bhagavad Gita god concept nature- Bhagavad Gita Introduction God’s concept and   nature according to Bhagavad Gita   is god always   with us and filled our own   feelings 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 p

Educational Ethics Virtuous Knowledge Values Bhagvad Gita

Educational ethics virtuous knowledge values Bhagavad Gita Introduction   We will discuss here educational ethics, virtuous knowledge, and values of   Bhagavad Gita, As per Bhagavad Gita, Arjun agree to abolish the work of battle. Arjun considered best to abstain from war to do their own duty. But it is not true, saying Lord Krishna that “it is not necessary to leave the duty of own to attain knowledge”   It is educational ethics and value of Bhagavad Gita that says Lord Krishna about knowledge – “the necessary knowledge can get with doing own work” Like if men busy in household work or own daily work, still they can able to get such knowledge that they want. everyday reading Bhagavad Gita benefits and importance Virtuous Knowledge and Values of Bhagavad Gita According to Bhagavad Gita , chapter 18 verses 20, if the existence of anything present in this world like living beings or any goods is because of god’s grace. They all have not owned existence in this whole world. God

Universal Message Chapter 15 verse 7 Bhagavad Gita Book

Universal message chapter 15 verse 7 Bhagavad Gita book  Jive Paramatma ka hi ansh hai| We Are All God's Creatures   Introduction This week’s article is about universal message chapter 15 verse 7 Bhagwat Gita's book. We all are God’s creatures. According to Bhagwat Gita, we have become so involved in the world that we are forgetting the real things. Due to which the relationship related to God is being forgotten. We won’t know the actual relationship until this mistake is amended. That is why God says that we already have a strong relationship with that god. The God who is eternally attained must be fully searched. We all know that the universal message of Bhagwat Gita  is - what is discovered is already prevalent. God is eternal and plenipotentiary. Further, God says that the world was never your own and do not take the support of this world, your present relations, in material things, but you should take the shelter of god that is eternal and ever, forever. chapt

Chapter 7 verses 4|5 Bhagavad Gita

Chapter 7 verses 4|5 Bhagavad Gita  Why is the soul(jivatma) called   Prakriti Introduction Hello friends, my today’s topic is chapter 7 verses 4 and 5 by Bhagwad Gita. The real question of this verse is why the soul (jivatma) is considered as Prakriti(nature). In this topic, we will discuss that chapter 7 verses 4 and 5 by Bhagwad Gita  is all about the knowledge of Prakrit and its forms. That is knowledge of the relation between ‘Prakrit’ and ‘Parmatma’ The Vedic philosophy and Bhagwat Gita present a completely different classification of the physical world The matter is regarded as the energy of God called Prakriti, and is further divided into eight forms, as listed in this verse. It is amazing how pleasant the knowledge in these ancient scriptures is compared to the developing trends in modern science. practical application of Bhagavad Gita In daily life everyday reading Bhagavad Gita benefits and importance In chapter 7 verses 4 and 5 by Bhagwad Gita says this