Author: Ram Shanker TiwariPublisher: Pustak MahalYear: 2003Language: EnglishPages: 156ISBN/UPC (if available): 8122308503
The Bhagavad Gita is replete with universal wisdom and the techniques to attain this.The Yoga of Gita contains the essence of this wisdom, the philosophy of creation and the Ultimate Reality, as revealed by Sri Krishna to Arjuna. The book outlines the various paths for realisation. For the layman, the emphasis is on the Yoga of Action – acting without worrying about the rewards for our actions.The book is a rendition of the 18 chapters, retold in simple language, with a brief account on Yoga and Meditation, which will ensure success, serenity, harmony and happiness for readers who follow these principles, finally leading to Salvation.Some Glimpses:Action is superior to the relinquishment of action.To remove your sufferings unveil the knowledge by destroying ignorance about self.The man with finite intelligence can comprehend infinite reality by an insight of the divine illusion.The God-Principle is present in every creature of the Universe. Hence, we should not hurt any being or the environment.Perform hard work but do not get entangled in the reward.
Introduction Some Contemporary ThinkingChapter 1 The Horror of Life’s Problems Chapter 2Knowledge is Pivotal Chapter 3 Action is the Method Chapter 4Self-perfection is the Technique Chapter 5 Renounce and be Liberated! Chapter 6 Meditation: The Quietude of Mind Chapter 7 The Insight of Illusion: Gateway to Freedom Chapter 8Get in Touch with the Self: The Eternal Truth Chapter 9 The Fire of Awareness Chapter 10 Divine Glories: Empower Meditation Chapter 11 The Infinite Cosmic Pattern Chapter 12 Success Through the: Yoga of Devotion Chapter 13 Fragrance of the: Conscious Supreme Chapter 14 Inborn Attitudes: Gears of Progress Chapter 15 Freedom and Bliss Chapter 16 Let Divine Light Radiate! Chapter 17Evolve by Efforts and be Free Chapter 18 Fearless, Doubtless, Perfect: and Blissful... You!SummaryAppendix ITable 1Table 2Appendix II