CHAPTER VI

Bhagavad Gita Chapter VI – Verse 46 & Verse 47

    A yogi is one who is constantly striving to unite with Atman. S/he understands that the world is an illusory [...]

Bhagavad Gita Chapter VI – Verse 44 & Verse 45

    Your powerful spiritual samskaras, accumulated spiritual assets, have propelled you to this extremely conducive environment. Now merely wishing is enough [...]

Bhagavad Gita Chapter VI – Verse 42 & Verse 43

    There are two types of spiritual aspirants - those who work for an unselfish ideal but lack the vision to [...]

Bhagavad Gita Chapter VI – Verse 40 & Verse 41

    Krsna answers emphatically that such a one does not perish, either in the present or in the future. A good [...]

Bhagavad Gita Chapter VI – Verse 38 & Verse 39

    When a person takes to the spiritual path he no longer enjoys the erstwhile materialistic pursuits he was engaged in. [...]

Bhagavad Gita Chapter VI – Verse 36 & Verse 37

    Krsna reiterates that it is not easy to control the mind. But if you use your existing intellect to withdraw [...]

Bhagavad Gita Chapter VI – Verse 34 & Verse 35

    Arjuna uses four words to describe the mind and compares it the wind. Chanchala – fickle. The mind does not [...]

Bhagavad Gita Chapter VI – Verse 32 & Verse 33

    The internal feeling of oneness manifests as equal vision towards all. You feel every part of the body is ‘me’ [...]

Bhagavad Gita Chapter VI – Verse 30 & Verse 31

    Verses 29 to 32 detail the test of Realisation. How do you know you have grown spiritually? To the extent [...]

Bhagavad Gita Chapter VI – Introduction

DHYANA YOGA   OVERVIEW – THE YOGA OF MEDITATION   Yogi becomes Jnani 1 – 9 Preparation for Meditation 10 – 15 Prerequisites for Meditation 16 – 18 Control Calms the Mind 19 – 24 Meditation ushers Realisation 25 – 28 Test of Realisation 29 – 32 Mind difficult to Control 33 – 36 What if Unsuccessful 37 – 42 Yogi attains Goal 43 – 47   […]

Bhagavad Gita Chapter VI – Verse 1 & Verse 2

  1. Sannyasa is the most misunderstood concept. Everyone thinks of a sannyasi as one who has given up family, career and [...]

Bhagavad Gita Chapter VI – Verse 3 & Verse 4

  3. A yogi who still has desires for the world needs to perform action dedicated to a higher cause. Then existing [...]