This is the 155th video in the playlist containing the ongoing weekly online Global Satsang series by Swami Bhoomananda Tirtha based on Bhagavad Gita. In this Satsang, Swamiji discusses the essence of Bhagavad Gita as a guide for practical spiritual sadhana.
Does not viveka, therefore, demand that between the short-living and everlasting goals, the discreet mind should choose the everlasting, not the short-living? Is not then one courting inferiority, downfall, if he refuses to accept buddhi-yoga and prefers to stick to the elusive path of desire-based ritualistic and secular actions?Read More
For the worldly-minded, siddhi and asiddhi relate to worldly efforts. For the seeker, these relate to his sadhana. Equanimity applies to both alike. So, be indifferent or harmonious, and carry on.Read More
It is only to inculcate purity that all the religious and spiritual practices and disciplines have been evolved. Through all these practices, once purity is attained, meditational absorption will become easy and spontaneous.Read More
Right from birth, we are slave to our attraction and repulsion towards worldly objects and situations. Our mind constantly undergoes elation, depression, and agitation, depending on whether the objective situation we face is to our liking or disliking. We are fearful of losing what we like and facing what we dislike. Bhagavadgeeta wants us to transform this slavery into mastery by cultivating the “Yoga” attitude.Read More