By Scott Teitsworth
A verse-by-verse exam of the advisor to self-transformation offered within the Bhagavad Gita
• unearths the medical method of own improvement and religious enlightenment specified by Krishna’s recommendation to Arjuna
• indicates how the Gita prepares you to paintings with a guru, advocating authenticity and skepticism instead of blind devotion and obedience
• Explores Krishna’s recommendation on which societal barriers to reject to beat your fears and reconnect with the suppressed components of your internal being
Drawing on his greater than forty years of in-depth learn of Indian Philosophy below the tutelage of his guru, Nitya Chaitanya Yati, writer Scott Teitsworth explores the medical method of self-transformation and religious enlightenment encoded in Krishna’s suggestion to Arjuna within the Bhagavad Gita. supplying a verse-by-verse exam of the 1st chapters, he unearths the Gita’s classes to organize the seeker to fulfill and effectively paintings with a guru--whether an out of doors instructor or the intuitive wisdom that arises from overcoming the psyche’s realized barriers.
The writer exhibits that the Gita doesn't recommend blind devotion to a guru or god yet quite own improvement, victory over your fears, and liberation of the psyche. He demonstrates how Krishna’s suggestion offers instruments to steer us out of our fear-based studies to reconnect with the suppressed components of our internal being. He explains how Arjuna’s doubts and confusions characterize the plight of each person--we are born loose yet progressively turn into slowed down by means of the calls for of our society, consistently depending on outdoors authority for solutions and disconnected from our precise internal nature. He unearths how Krishna’s recommendation bargains counsel for facing life’s conflicts, which societal barriers to reject, and the way to work out in the course of the polarizing concept of excellent as opposed to evil to shape a balanced mind set more advantageous to either.
Restoring the fearless imaginative and prescient of the traditional rishis, who, like today’s scientists, prized skepticism as a tremendous method for having access to fact, Teitsworth unearths the Gita as a advisor to an actual guru-disciple dating in addition to to developing a lifetime of value, freedom, and actual sovereign maturity.