Life changing lessons from The Bhagavad Gita
When a confused Arjuna turned to his charioteer, Lord Krishna, for advice at the Kurukshetra, Lord Krishna stated some rational philosophical concepts that are relevant even today.
The Bhagavad Gita is one of the greatest religious books of the Hindus. The Bhagavad Gita reveals the path to the lost, provides clarity to the confused, and wisdom to all. Take a look at some of these Bhagavad Gita lessons you can use to bring your life back on the right track.
Whatever happened, happened for the good. Whatever is happening, is happening for the good. Whatever will happen, will also happen for the good.
You have the right to work, but never to the fruit of work.
Change is the law of the universe. You can be a millionaire, or a pauper in an instant.
The soul is neither born, and nor does it die.
You came empty handed, and you will leave empty handed.
Lust, anger and greed are the three gates to self-destructive hell.
Man is made by his belief. As he believes, so he is.
When meditation is mastered, the mind is unwavering like the flame of a lamp in a windless place.
There is neither this world, nor the world beyond. nor happiness for the one who doubts.
We’re kept from our goal not by obstacles, but by a clear path to a lesser.
A person can rise through the efforts of his own mind; or draw himself down, in the same manner. Because each person is his own friend or enemy.
Krishna is the ultimate support of any human being. Our fellow humans may not care for us or support as or may even leave us in our bad times, but Krishna is always there for us. The person who knows this truth is never really troubled by sadness or grief.
Bhagavad Gita talks a lot about meditation and its importance. Meditation is considered extremely helpful for inner peace and‘sadhna’. Moreover, a person who thinks about making money all the time cannot really engage in meditation. When a person’s mind is not stable and he or she thinks only about money, then meditation would be a failed effort for such a person.