Gita 02.66 explained

In next verse Krishna says if we will not do this then what will happen BG 2.66 nasti buddhir ayuktasya na cayuktasya...

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To be purposeless is to be powerless
Sep30

To be purposeless is to be powerless

We need a strong sense of purpose to translate whatever talents we have into tangible achievements. However, even if we …

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We don’t need as much to collect as to be collected

Today’s culture and media goad us through aggressive ads to collecting – buy this, exhibit this, enjoy this. Goaded thus,…

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Psychological techniques are a subset of philosophical insights, not their substitute
Jan19

Psychological techniques are a subset of philosophical insights, not their substitute

Many people treat psychological techniques as a substitute for philosophical insights. If a technique calms their mind,…

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To get happiness, get the happiness sequence right

All of us want to be happy. The world makes us believe that fulfilling our material desires will make us happy. However, this…

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Ending our history of dissatisfaction

The Bhagavad-gita (02.66)(02.67) indicates that when we let ourselves forget Krishna, we lose access to the inner...

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