Psychology of the Bhagavad Gita–Swami Ramdev November 5, 2009Posted by aglakadam in Jara hut ke.
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The majority of learned people in the world and India believe that Freud was the one who had analyzed and divided the mind into four types – consciousness, unconsciousness, subconsciousness and inner consciousness. Indians also studied and taught Freud’s basic discovery. But before five thousand ago, Lord Krishna had narrated Bhagavad Gita to Arjuna, which is present in its basic form even today. It is relevant in today’s modern world as well. It is important and acceptable in today’s context if we try to find out the secrets of this Gita.
The Gita’s psychology is not just philosophy. The Bhagavad Gita contains easy and practical methods to control desires, lust and attraction, which are psychological, appropriate and practical. The Gita’s psychology says that desires and lust are not destroyed when fulfilled. It says that as the Sunrays outshine the light of an earthen lamp in the same way the high thoughts defuse the lust, desires and attractions. Desires are formed from selfish attraction.
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