Class 1 Summary
Last week we saw how Arjuna, the greatest of the warriors, appeared so defeated even before the start of the war and was ready to throw away his weapons and flee from his responsibilities, his Swadharma.
He went through range of negative emotions of Raaga, Moha and Shoka; which muddled his thought process.
Now, we all can relate to Arjuna as we introspect our own lives. Distressing situations have caused us to think irrationally, of course frequency, intensity & recovery (FIR) of such distress varies in each of us.
Krishna, The Jagadguru, best psychotherapist, has not only diagnosed Arjuna’s problems quickly but will start to give the therapy starting from 2nd Chapter.
Every word of Krishna is meant for us and only us ! Can we surrender like Arjuna to get Atma Jnanam (knowledge of Self) from Lord Krishna to come out of our insecurities ??
Param Vedanta team welcomes you to the Chapter 2, Part 1 of The Bhagavad gita Course.