Bhagavad Gita Digital 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
Only Krishna speaks in chapter 15 of Bhagavadgita. Arjuna does not utter a word. Arjuna’s inner chatter has been silenced. As a result his questions have disappeared. Questions are an expression of one’s ego, masked by an act of curiosity and the desire to learn. When questions dissolve in master’s presence, the answers appear and realization dawns. Krishna is now convinced that Arjuna is now ready to receive the truth.
This chapter is traditionally titled ‘Purushottama Yoga’, Yoga of Supreme Self. Here Krishna unveils the reason why he is Purushottama, Supreme among beings, and explains that He has imparted the most profound secret to Arjuna
Nithyananda unravels the mysteries of our existence by showing us how the mind works, what drives our sense of identity and declares that we are much more than this. He teaches us how to recreate ourselves every moment so that we too can live with intuitive awareness