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The Gita's Message to the Mind Seeking Intellectual Fulfillment

Just as there are those who seek fulfillment through physical and vital satisfactions, we also find individuals whose primary focus is on what we may call “mental” fulfillments of various sorts, whether purely intellectual, or ethical, aesthetic or social. 281 more words

Sri Aurobindo

Finding peace for the soul

Hindu Scriptures from The Bhagavad-Gita: In The Peace Bible, Los Angeles: Kalimat Press, 1986, p. 22.

When a man surrenders all desires that come to the heart and by the grace of God finds the joy of God, then his soul has indeed found peace.

Charles Elffers

On Authority

Is Justice blind? Is there such a thing as justice?

It is a current trend amongst Western scientific minds to view the universe as a product of the chaotic interaction of atomic and subatomic particles. 726 more words


Bhagavad Gītā 7:09

Bhagavad-gītā kiñcitadhītā” One śloka a day – 7.09

पुण्यो गन्धः पृथिव्यां च तेजश्र्चास्मि विभावसौ |

जीवनं सर्वभूतेषु तपश्र्चास्मि तपस्विषु || ९ ||

puṇyo gandhaḥ pṛthvyāṁ ca tejaścāsmi vibhāvasau | 453 more words

Bhagavad Gītā

The Message Of the Gita For Those Following Spiritual Path of Renunciation

The Gita acknowledges the validity of the path of renunciation as a way to reach the Supreme, and recognises at the same time the difficulty of this path, which abandons all consideration for the manifestation of the world to try to attain a total identity with the silent, ineffable, Infinite. 275 more words

Sri Aurobindo

Führer Devotion

White Exegesis

5. Hitler’s Sodality

In our spiel Sodality we describe three basic forms of the most closely-knit type of human collective, and then move on to the fourth, the… 988 more words


Bhagavad Gītā 7:08

Bhagavad-gītā kiñcitadhītā” One śloka a day – 7.08

रसोऽहमप्सु कौन्तेय प्रभास्मि शशिसूर्ययोः |

प्रणवः सर्ववेदेषु शब्दः खे पौरुषं नृषु || ८ ||

raso’hamapsu kaunteya prabhāsmi śaśisūryayoḥ | 475 more words

Bhagavad Gītā