Gita Gyan Yagna

Gita Gnyan Yagna: the world-renowned Saint H.H. ujyashree Bhupendrabhai Pandya Himself teaches chapter 2 verses 69 to 72 from India by video to the class; successful completion of chapter 2 Yagna after over 10 weeks; videos of ALL chapter 1 and 2 classes (over 20 hours of classes) now added on YouTube; Gita classes watched in 25 countries on 6 continents; chapter 3 Yagna begins next week

Atmiya Svajan

Jai ShreeKrushna!

H.H. Pujyashree Bhupendrabhai Pandya Himself teaches chapter 2 verses 69 to 72 from India by video to the class and successful completion of chapter 2 Yagna

The chapter 2 Yagna that began on the auspicious day of Gita Jayanti on 6 December 2011, was completed today when H.H. Pujyashree Bhupendrabhai Pandya, a Saint renowned throughout the entire world and a priceless and irreplacable jewel in the Indian Saint tradition, gave the 14th Gita class via video from India. This was a wonderful surprise for the class, who were delighted to see Guruji Himself speak and experienced first-hand the amount of love, splendour, power, purity and compassion that Guruji radiates. We thank Guruji immensely for offering His precious time to teach the class and for imparting His timeless and most valuable wisdom. Guruji discussed in verses 69 to 72 of chapter 2:

  • The difference in the mindsets between those who have faith in the soul and those who chase after material objects
  • How a person who is stitaprajnya (“settled in intelligence”) deals with desires in the mind and attains to peace: the beautiful example of waters entering into the sea.
  • How one can perform actions free from longing, without any sense of mineness or egotism.
  • How, being free from desires, one becomes at peace and in the divine state of Brahmistiti. Being free from desires, craving, mineness and egotism to experience self-confidence, self-esteem, self-valour, self-power and self-bliss.
  • How fixed in the state of Brahmistiti, one can attain to the bliss of God (brahmanirvaana), which is the Ultimate Goal of human life.
  • Conclusion of chapter 2 and summary of the incredible journey we have had so far.

Links to videos of this class and ALL our chapter 1 and chapter 2 classes (over 20 hours of powerful teachings) can be found below. Thank you to both Shree Dhirenji Shah and Shree Satya Sagar Kotapalli for organising the recordings.

Beginning of chapter 3 Gita Gnyan Yagna next Tuesday

We will begin the chapter 3 Gita Gnyan Yagna at the 15th class next Tuesday 21 February from 7pm to 8.30pm and we will discuss:

  • The mentality of Arjuna at the beginning of the third chapter. The psychological nature of the human mind when confusion starts where one just begins looking for problems despite the solutions being presented.
  • Why confusion has arisen in Arjuna’s mind: the path of wisdom and the path of action spoken about in the second chapter. Why Arjuna uses the word iva a lot. The meanings of the name Arjuna and the meanings of the Lord’s name Janardhana.
  • A look at ancient Western history. A study of Homer, Pythagoras, Dionysus, Epiculous, Christ, Catholicism and Protestantism.
  • A look at ancient Eastern history. A study of the ashram system, the age of the Upanishads, the karmakaandh period, the time of the Gita, Buddha and Mahavir, Shirmad Adi Shankracharya, Pushti Maarg and modern-day Saints.
  • What decisions should we make in life? The difference between what is right and what is pleasurable, and how you can tell the difference between the two. Professor Radhakrishnan’s explanation of the two and a description of their consequences.

We look forward to welcoming you at the next Gita class from 7pm to 8.30pm next Tuesday at the offices of international law firm CMS Cameron McKenna at the following address: Mitre House, 160 Aldersgate Street, EC1A 4DD. Please forward this event invitation to your family, friends and loved ones because these classes will give power, inspiration and guidance to them and will change their lives forever!

We bow down to our beautiful Sadguru Pujyashree Bhupendrabhai Pandya, the ocean of gnyan (wisdom), for what He has reminded us out of his eternal love for all of us. To view Guruji’s profile, then please click HERE and for prayers please click HERE.

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Chapter 2

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Chapter 1

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Krushnam Vande Jagadgurum

(“We bow down to ShreeKrushna, who is the Sadguru of the entire Universe!”)

Krinvanto Vishwam Aryam

(“We will make the whole world excellent!”)

“If you want to define Dharma in its reality then Dharma is the quest of potentialities. Dharma asks about what a person can become. What science calls a seed, Dharma calls a flower. The perspective of science is limited to the present and what the senses can see. The senses may see that something is a seed. Whereas Dharma is a search of possibilities, not only that but it is the quest for the potentialities like the flower. This is because every person is a potentiality. There are many possibilities and probabilities residing in every person. When these possibilities and probabilities are opened to their complete form, then that is Dharma. Dharma has an interest in only one thing: to take you to your Ultimate Peak. Each and every person has been created to do something. First of all you should search for what you were created to become. And when we reach the Ultimate Peak of this then consider that we are Dharmic. No person was created to do wrong deeds; this is a principle of the world. The person may have made a mistake or have fallen over. But no person has been created in this world in order to become angry. No person has been created in this world in order to become greedy. No person has been created in this world in order to become a rogue. That is not the potentiality. But it is possible that one may not have recognised the true power inside oneself and that is why one walked on the wrong path. The power was there but one used that strength on the wrong path. If I were to say it using a simple example then the tank of a car is filled with petrol and this petrol has power. You can either use that power to go to a good place or to a bad place. You have the power to make a decision. The steering wheel is in the hands of the person. In the same way, the steering wheel in our lives is in our hands. Dharma says only one thing: the power of the Supreme Truth is residing inside you and you should take it in the right direction.”

Pujyashree Bhupendrabhai Pandya

Commentary from Chapter 10 of the Bhagavad Gita