This precise and very revealing translation and commentary, exposes the brahma yoga techniques hidden in the teachings Lord Krishna gave to Arjuna. This publication was inspired by Mahasiddha Swami Nityananda, who uses a causal body and who imparted this information into the mind of the writer by mystic transfer. Brahma yoga techniques are secretive but in contrast, Lord Krishna divulged the process openly to Arjuna. This volume reveals this. It may free a reader from ineffective processes. For practicing yogis, it would confirm valid mystic methods and show new approaches to self realization and the curbing of the human psyche.
This book is a straightforward, contemporary and simple explanation and commentary of the Bhagawat Gita, with Sanskrit to English translation. Each shloka (verse) is explained in detail. A summary of each chapter of the Bhagavad Gita is also included. No prior background in Indian scriptures or Vedanta is needed.
The Bhagavad Gita presents the timeless discourse about the awareness of the soul, held between Lord Krishna and the dejected warrior, Arjuna, just before the momentous Kurukshetra battle. Yet, as Paramahamsa Sri Swami Vishwananda explains, this war is not merely an external conflict from some ancient time, but is also the internal struggle of everyone longing to be closer to the Divine. Fortunately for us, the mere process of reading these verses is, in itself, a powerful act of personal transformation. This book is simply the Bhagavad Gita’s verses and translations without Paramahamsa Vishwananda’s commentary. This is done so that you can come to your own insights and listen to your heart as you read the sacred passages, making your own connections to the issues in your daily life. However, it does provide a complete overview of each chapter, inspired by insights given in Paramahamsa Vishwananda’s ‘Shreemad Bhagavad Gita – A Song of Love’, plus a simplified “family tree” to help those new to the Gita keep track of who is related to who, and at the end, a pronunciation guide to the Sanskrit for those who would like to chant the verses themselves. Paramahamsa Vishwananda is an enlightened spiritual Master who has the unique ability to awaken the soul's inner Light and Love, helping us all advance more quickly toward God-Realisation. His mission, known as Bhakti Marga, gives everyone access to Sri Swami Vishwananda’s timeless teachings of Divine Love and devotion to God, as well as provides opportunities to connect with others on the spiritual path. Besides local centres all over the world, his wisdom can be found in his books, CD’s, YouTube videos, social media, livestreams and online courses. Find out more by visiting bhaktimarga.org.
In ancient India, when people wanted to teach spiritual lessons, they did so through symbolic stories. The Bhagavad Gītā is one such story. Gītā refers to poems that are sung and Bhagavad means God or Divine Presence. So the Bhagavad Gītā is known as the Song of God. The full e-publication of the Bhagavad Gītā has been divided into three separate e-books mirroring the three volumes of the original print version. Volume 2, Chapters VII-XII, focuses on Bhakti Yoga, the yoga of devotion.
This contemporary companion to the Bhagavad Gita addresses the heart of human yearning. T offers the possibility of transforming the battle of life into a path to Truth, a living process. Each chapter presents a road toward our inner, universal Self, bringing a deeper and wider perspective along the way. A psychological orientation invites the reader to move from abstract idea to individual insight. As the book proceeds, the relationship between the personal and the eternal gradually unfolds in an ever-expanding process of self-discovery. Quotes from the great teachers are included in the text to inspire, uplift and help us cross over the sea of illusion.
This Commentary Uncovers The Perennial Philosophy At The Heart Of The Gita. It Transcends Sectarian Dogma To Reveal The Work As A Fully-Developed Scientific Psychology, Whose Insights Can Be Readily Appreciated By Modern Man.