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Learning from Chapter one Bhagavad Gita

Bhagavad Gita presents a great science of living a good life in front of people and therefore, by following the methods shown in this sacred book and understanding deep realities of human life, we all can easily learn to live a healthy and fulfilling life. Today, we see large numbers of people across the world struggling to cope up with daily problems and taking many unwise decisions which creates problems for them and people related to them. By learning the art of right living with the help of sacred books like Gita, any person in this world can easily become free from number of mental problems faced by general people.

First chapter of Bhagavad Gita also remind us about the shortcoming of common people and how our thoughts and emotions can misguide us if we do not have control over them. This chapter of Bhagavad Gita represents the confused state of Arjuna, who is finding it hard to kill his own relatives in war. Like Arjuna, every person in this world faces number of such difficult situations where he finds it hard to take a decision. Mostly, in these kinds of situation people try to avoid situation or think about running from it.



However, these steps never solve the problem; however, we can actually solve our problems by facing them. In this way, we can win over number of fears and mental weaknesses, which create obstacles in our paths. This chapter also remind us about the general human weakness like how people become blind in love of own children, accepting wrong paths to fulfilling goals, fear, greed etc. Only after removing these shortcomings, any person can think of reaching higher state of human life, as attained by many mystics and spiritual leaders. Bhagavad Gita is a great science of living a higher standard life and becoming one with God. By following the wisdom provided in Gita, any person can easily attain great wisdom of God himself.

Also read- Finding Real self (Bhagavad Gita Chapter 2)
A Total surrender
Srimad Bhagavad Gita – A great science to live life.

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