Bhagavad Gita 1st Edition Chapter 10
“In my personal research I realized millions of people in the world suffer and create more and more complicated patterns of creating suffering for themselves and others without knowing the simple solutions and truths.
That is why here I am opening up and sharing myself with the world making myself available freely without any economical commitments to all of you to live and radiate the joy of life.
So that is the reason I want to reach out to people and stop creating more and more suffering.”
- Paramahamsa Nithyananda
Is it necessary for God to reveal Himself?
We nail Gods when they reveal themselves. We either nail them to the cross or to the wall. Either way, we make sure are they are dead!
Krishna refuses to be nailed down. On the battlefield of Kurukshetra, in the midst of many who do not respect Him, He declares His divinity. He declares Himself so that Arjuna, and following him, the rest of humanity, can be redeemed.
Bhagavad Gita has become a time-honored scripture solely by the wisdom of its teachings and in answering these questions; questions which have plagued mankind for thousands of years.
These teachings, communicated over 5000 years ago in ancient India on a battle field, still resonate today, with day to day practicality and pragmatism.
In this book, for the modern day seeker, Nithyananda, comments on the tenth chapter of the great Bhagavad Gita, traditionally called Divine Manifestations, exposing such timeless and timely issues that Arjuna, the hero of this story, dialogues with his mentor and guide.
He teaches seekers, that simple awareness, can lead to tremendous transformation within.