Bhagavad Gita 1st Edition Chapter 15
“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
Why are we so uncomfortable with the Truth?
Why is it that we need to filter what we say with politically and socially correct words and statements?
When our thoughts are filled with vengeance, and when social etiquette calls for the need to talk sweet words, we create a schizophrenic split in our body mind system. All our problems start here. This book is a direct solution to this problem.
The Bhagavad Gita has become a time honored scripture solely by the wisdom of its teachings. 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 chapter, Arjuna's questions disappear as he settles into himself with a deeper understanding of himself and the cosmic Self. As long as questions rise, answers never appear. Questions are to defend oneself. They are an expression of one's ego, masked by interpretations of curiosity and desire to learn. When questions dissolve in front of the Master, realization dawns.
In this book, Nithyananda speaks on the 15th chapter of the Gita, traditionally called Purushottama Yoga, or Yoga of the Supreme Self.