Reflections on the Bhagavad Geeta
This is an index of all the reflections on the Bhagavad Geeta for your easy reference. Introduction Invocation (Geeta Dhyanam) Chapter 1: The Yoga of Arjuna’s Dejection (arjuna-viṣāda-yoga) Chapter 2: The Yoga of Knowledge (sāṅkhya-yoga) Chapter 3: The Yoga of Action (karma-yoga) Chapter 4: The Yoga of Renunciation of Action Through Knowledge (jñāna-karma-sannyāsa-yoga) This post…
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Bhagavad Geeta: Chapter 2, Verses 48-52
Sri Krishna continues the elaborate explanation of karma yoga and explains how one needs to perform work and what results are gained with equanimity.
Bhagavad Geeta: Chapter 2, Verses 45-47
Sri Krishna continues to explain the means to experience Self-knowledge.
Bhagavad Geeta: Chapter 2, Verses 39-44
In the second part of chapter 2, Sri Krishna introduces karma yoga as the means to purify the mind for enabling the direct experience of Self.
Bhagavad Geeta: Chapter 2, Verses 29-38
Having explained that there is no need to grieve from the spiritual standpoint, Sri Krishna now explains from material standpoint.
Bhagavad Geeta: Chapter 2, Verses 22-28
Sri Krishna continues to explain to Arjuna why there is no need to grieve irrespective of the standpoint from which he looks at Self.
Bhagavad Geeta: Chapter 2, Verses 14-21
Sri Krishna states that Self is not the body or mind which are constantly changing. Self is the changeless, eternal, indestructible substratum.
Bhagavad Geeta: Chapter 2, Verses 7-13
Arjuna surrenders to the Lord with faith and humility to guide him by accepting him as a disciple.