It's Time You LEARN HOW to DEAL with YOURSELF | Sadhguru
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► In this speech, It's Time You LEARN HOW to DEAL with YOURSELF - Sadhguru aks you one fundamental question: Living in the moment or living for the moment? He explains, "the way tomorrow should be, should be different. It should not be in reaction to yesterday."

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Vedanta Society, San Francisco
61 - Experiencing Spiritual Unity | Swami Tattwamayananda
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Om Swami Podcast
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Rasajna Dasa
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Join Secrets of Success on Telegram: The Supreme Personality of Godhead Sri Krsna has very elaborately described the constitution of the soul in the previous chapter, with a view to deliver His intimate friend Arjuna from the ocean of material grief. And the path of realization has been recommended:  buddhi-yoga,  or Krsna consciousness. Sometimes Krsna consciousness is misunderstood to be inertia, and one with such a misunderstanding often withdraws to a secluded place to become fully Krsna conscious by chanting the holy name of Lord Krsna. But without being trained in the philosophy of Krsna consciousness, it is not advisable to chant the holy name of Krsna in a secluded place where one may acquire only cheap adoration from the innocent public. Arjuna also thought of Krsna consciousness or  buddhi-yoga,  or intelligence in spiritual advancement of knowledge, as something like retirement from active life and the practice of penance and austerity at a secluded place. In other words, he wanted to skillfully avoid the fighting by using Krsna consciousness as an excuse. But as a sincere student, he placed the matter before his master and questioned Krsna as to his best course of action. In answer, Lord Krsna elaborately explained  karma-yoga,  or work in Krsna consciousness, in this Third Chapter. In the previous chapter, as a prelude to the  Bhagavad-gita,  many different paths were explained, such as  sankhya-yoga, buddhi-yoga,  control of the senses by intelligence, work without fruitive desire, and the position of the neophyte. This was all presented unsystematically. A more organized outline of the path would be necessary for action and understanding. Arjuna, therefore, wanted to clear up these apparently confusing matters so that any common man could accept them without misinterpretation. Although Krsna had no intention of confusing Arjuna by any jugglery of words, Arjuna could not follow the process of Krsna consciousness—either by inertia or active service. In other words, by his questions he is clearing the path of Krsna consciousness for all students who seriously want to understand the mystery of the  Bhagavad-gita.
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