Bhagavad Gita

Bhagavad-Gita means literally ‘Sung by the Lord’. What are sung are extracts from the Upanisad-s, early Indian mystical texts, here put into 700 verses of simple Sanskrit. The Upanisad-s had not been taught openly; in the Gita the secrets are made available to all. It has been called the Bible of India, but corresponds rather to the Gospels, which contain teachings for everyone’s daily life, but also riddling indications of higher truth. What are these riddles? Surely the message of the Gita should be simple and straightforward, as is Christ’s message of Love in the Gospels? Not so, and not so. In the Gita the Lord says: ‘Though I have created all this world, know me as one who does no action.’ As always in the Gita, the cosmic declaration has to be applied to the individual also: ‘He sees, who sees that all action is performed by Nature alone, …

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