Five Reasons Arjuna Is The Perfect Instrument To Carry Out The Divine Will

“Savyasachin refers to one who can shoot arrows very expertly in the field; thus Arjuna is addressed as an expert warrior capable of delivering arrows to kill his enemies.” (Shrila Prabhupada, Bhagavad-gita, 11.33 Purport) 908 more words

Hare Krishna

The Yoga of Imperishable Brahman

In the eighth discourse of the Bhagavad Gita, Lord Krishna explains to Arjuna that it is the single-minded devotion of our heart through which we attain God-knowing and end the cycle of birth and death. 319 more words


Chapter 1 Verse 39-40-41

Chapter 1 Verse 39-40-41

As the elders of the family are responsible for guiding the youngsters to attain spiritual values, the death of such elders will deprive the younger generation from salvation. 445 more words

Spiritual Musings

Chapter 1 verse 37-38-39

Verse 37-38

 Arjuna sees the crime in destroying a family but the rivals don’t because their hearts are overtaken by greed.

He feels why he should engage in the act of sin when he can see the evil consequences. 211 more words

Spiritual Musings

The Yoga of Renunciation of Action

Today’s meditation: Guided Healing Meditation on Forgiveness and Letting Go

The fifth discourse of the Bhagavad Gita finds Arjuna still confused whether  action or renunciation of action is better. 342 more words


The Yoga of the Despondency of Arjuna

This part of the Gita lays out the battle, sets the stage if you will, for the lessons to come. The 17 discourses that follow look at the lessons we are to take. 304 more words


Varieties of Determination

KV Rao, 6th January 2014

Hare Krishna!

Please accept my humble obeisances!

All glories to Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu!

All glories to Srila Prabhupada!

All glories to your devotional service! 685 more words

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