Bhagavad Gita,one of the most sacred scriptures of India is based on the dialogues between Lord Krishna and prince Arjuna, occurred in the battle-field of Kuru Kshethra. This is one of the most famous scriptures and we can find thousands of commentaries on it.
This year gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar ji is giving a commentary on 14th chapter with its practical relevence in our life . In 14th chapter Lord krishna Explains to Arjuna the understanding of 3 modes of material nature.
In order to provide the means by which we can detach ourselves from the three gunas, Shri Krishna reveals this teaching in the fourteenth chapter called The Yoga of the Threefold Gunas (Gunatraya Vibhaga Yoga). All embodied souls are under the control of the three modes, or qualities, of material nature; goodness, passion and ignorance. Lord Krishna explains what these modes are, how they act upon us, how one transcends them, and the symptoms of one who has attained the transcendental state.
The practice of silence – of consciously withdrawing our energy and attention from outer distractions has been used in different traditions throughout time as a pathway to physical, mental, and spiritual renewal.
The Blessings Program is a subtle yet powerful program that includes unique processes and meditations designed to take the individual to a deep state of gratitude and fullness. Participants report that more than any other program they have taken, they become aware of the tremendous grace that flows to them and through them.
The practice of silence – of consciously withdrawing our energy and attention from outer distractions has been used in different traditions throughout time as a pathway to physical, mental, and spiritual renewal. By participating in various course processes specifically designed to take us beyond our usually active minds, we experience an extraordinary sense of peace and renewed vitality that we carry home with us and into daily lives.