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From the works of Enlightened Master Paramahamsa Nithyananda. All scriptures can be classified in three ways. Shastras are written for the intellectual types. They give clarity on how to live your life. Stotras are for those emotionally moved, the literature from heart, teaching surrender to the Divine. Sutras are developed for the Being-oriented ones. Sutras give the technique to reach the Being, giving a direct experience of spirituality. Sutras give a Being-level experience. The wonder of the Bhagavad Gita is that it addresses all of these people’s needs, giving the understanding that can satisfy each of these different ways of relating to God so that all can fall in tune with Divine. Complete discourse titled Shastras, Stotras and Sutras may be ordered at www.anandagalleria.com

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vaigai25uday23kathir says:

Inside of every humanbeing a kurukshetra exists .The GURU the ultimate power of the galaxy the LORD lead us to light clears the darkness enlightened us towards the ETTERNITY

Quviyn says:

osho is nothing compared with this guy…have you heard of all the negative PR related with osho…

ruzickaw says:

then what about all the dead men? Are they inside your head?
That is is an inner war was Gandhi’s idea.
He did not like that that his dear Gita should talk about a real war,
What a mental twisting

oneshotonekilsdadaji says:

Ghandustani pride!

DaftStyle says:

Hi ruzi, the war of kurukeshtra is the war that is going on inside you. Krishna pushes Arjuna to fight the inner war.

ToYouWhoHaveEars says:

“If you put faith as the first criteria to enter into the spiritual life, you are almost refusing to give spirituality for 90% of the human beings. It is not very easy to believe anything immediately. You cannot believe and especially in the modern days the words believe, faith all these words are outdated. These words can have no meaning. You can’t say only a person who believes, who’s got faith, he can come to spirituality. Spirituality should be given for every being.” Thank You Swamiji.

sudarshan77 says:

well, if you have read Bhagwat Geeta, You would never say “You are a Hindu and probably have not read many books from other religious traditions ” The Song of God doesn’t stop us reading books from other religions. Try to understand the true meaning of the war of Kurukshetra before making this silly comment here..I am sorry if your religion doesn’t allow you to read books from other religion.

ruzickaw says:

How can you say there is no other book comparable to the Gita?
You are a Hindu and probably have not read many books from other religious traditions otherwise you would not speak in such a narrow minded way.
But in one way you are right: No other religious book is so silly.
Instead of avoiding the war, Krishna is pushing Arjuna into this war.
And who were killed? Not enemies from outside, no, friends and family members.
Do you call that a spiritual book?

haribolshanti says:

shiva sutra is better…swamiji said so

HindPeace1000 says:

Yajurveda 40:8 — “He is bodyless and pure”

Svetasavatara Upanishad 6:9
“Na tasya pratima asti” — There is no pratima of him

HindPeace1000 says:

Bhagavad Gita 17:15 – “Anudvega-karam vakyamsatyam priya-hitam ca yatsvadhyayabhyasanam caivavan-mayam tapa ucyate ”

– “Austerity of speech consists in speaking words that are truthful, pleasing, beneficial, and not agitating to others, and also in regularly reciting Vedic literature.”

HindPeace1000 says:

Bhagwad Geeta 7:20 — “Those whose intelligence has been stolen by material desires surrender unto demigods and follow the particular rules and regulations of worship according to their own natures.”

Bhagavad Gita 18:22 “yat tu krtsna-vad ekasminkarye saktam ahaitukamatattvartha-vad alpam catat tamasam udahrtam ” – without knowledge of the truth, and which is very meager, is said to be in the mode of darkness

HindPeace1000 says:

Svetasavatara Upanishad 6:9; yajur ved 32:3
“Na tasya pratima asti” — There is no pratima of him

Svetasavatara Upanishad 4:19 – Nainam urdhavam na tiryancam na madhye na parijagrabhat na tasy pratime asti yasya nama mahad yasah — There is no likeness of him whose name is great glory

HindPeace1000 says:

Svetasavatara Upanishad 6:9; yajur ved 32:3
“Na tasya pratima asti” — There is no pratima of him

Svetasavatara Upanishad 4:19 – Nainam urdhavam na tiryancam na madhye na parijagrabhat na tasy pratime asti yasya nama mahad yasah — There is no likeness of him whose name is great glory

LifeBlissFoundation says:

Dear Mr Hinduman:

May I suggest you watch the entire discourse before making broad statements that Swamiji is misinterpreting puja. As you know You Tube only allows one to upload files of a certain size and therefore we are unable to load the entire discourse. In the discourse you will clearly see Master explaining that we do not worship the idol, but worship through the idol.

Sincerely,
Life Bliss Foundation You Tube Team

Aditya Namjoshi says:

HindPeace1000
What are you trying to suggest by quoting this?

HindPeace1000 says:

Satya Meva Jayate
Yajur Veda 40:9 says,”They are in darkness and are steeped in ignorance and sunk in the greatest depths of misery who worship the uncreated, eternal prakrti-the material cause of the world-in place of the All-pervading God, BUT THOSE WHO WORSHIP VISIBLE THINGS BORN OF THE PRAKRTI, such as the earth, trees, humans bodies in place of God are enveloped in still greater darkness are extremely foolish, fall into an awful hell of pain and sorrow, and suffer terribly for a long time”

Fraterculae says:

idol worship has always been ‘worshipping through the idol’ . No-one ever expected a stone in and of itself to change their life.

hetgroenegif says:

well spoken swamiji

ShantiHank says:

Namaste!
That’s a good talk that….

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