In this thought-provoking segment, Swami Bhoomananda Tirthaji discusses Bhagavad Gita’s enlightened views on death, and life.
The “I” in every one of us is always present. The existent can never become non-existent or different, and will continue to exist. That means, I can never cease to exist. In reality, we are “existence”.
Change only occurs in the body level. Our personality is not the object body, but the Subject “I” which is nothing other than the unchanging substratum of all that exists as the changeful world.KEEP READING
Happiness is the most important pursuit of life. Everything that one does is with a view to have happiness. But if the sukha depends on our sense organs (Indriya sukha), it would be a very temporary joy and will only last till the object and the senses are in contact with each other. It will never be permanent.KEEP READING
In this clip, Swami Nirvisheshananda ji induces one to introspect on where the real focus of Bhagavad Gita is! “Bhagavad Gita does not speak about anything objective or external. Whether it is the concept of Samatva (even-mindedness), Phala-tyaaga (relinquishing results) or Sannyasa(renunciation), Bhagavad Gita speaks only about the internal results (responses produced in the mind)”.KEEP READING