Timeless secrets for success
How many of you lead your life in a way that you aim for failure? The answer is nobody does! Everyone wants to be happy and successful. However sometimes when we look at our life it is going in the opposite direction to where we are trying to go.So where can you find the answers to how things work what to watch out for .The Gita is an excellent source of clear principles and guidelines that are based ancient timeless wisdom on how the world really ticks and how to get the best out of it.
Join me for insightful and interactive evenings exploring the practical application of the Bhagavad Gita’s teachings in the New year ……watch this space!
More Information on the Gita
A section of the world’s longest – and oldest – epic poem, the Mahabharata, the Bhagavad Gita is a dialogue between Arjuna and his mentor, Krishna. Arjuna represents each one of us, seeking a more fulfilling and successful life. Krishna represents our inner wisdom, or the still voice of spirit within.
Their conversation is the climax of what could be considered one of the world’s greatest dramas, in which two branches of a family are pitted against each other in a struggle between right and might that will determine the fate of the world.
Each one of us has this struggle within. Each one of us has Arjuna, the seeker of fulfilment, within. Each one of us has access to the same divine wisdom that Krishna expounds so enduringly upon the battlefield of Kurukshetre, the scene of our own life.
The characters you will find throughout the Bhagavad Gita are all aspects of yourself. The challenges you have in your life are all described in the Gita. The struggle between your ego and your inner wisdom are written large upon its pages so you can see your life more clearly.
Taking us beyond the cultural and topical content of ancient India, the Bhagavad Gita delivers a universal message relevant for each of us in our lives. It shows us that the way we deal with our mind and emotions reflects in our thoughts, attitudes and outward conduct and teaches practical methods for dealing with the anger, grief and frustrations that can torment our minds and have affected the minds of human beings since pre-history.
The lessons of the Bhagavad Gita are simple but effective:
- you have an inner perfection that you can connect with
- what you think about or focus on is what you’ll experience or create in your life
- attachment to anything in the world of material experience leads you away from this perfection
- you are the result of your past actions and choices, and therefore can liberate your life by choosing actions now that will take you where you want to be in the future.
With its in-depth guidance about how to make the right choices – how to discern the most skilful path forward, the Dru Bhagavad Gita gives you techniques to identify at a glance those things that will be most helpful to you.
And the way of perfection is made practical, real, attainable so that you, too, can find your way to your highest.
We know you will thoroughly enjoy your journey with the Dru Bhagavad Gita!