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Bhagavad Gita
Kulapati' s preface

Preface

Introductory

The Soul

Karma

God And Nature

Right Action

The Practice Of Mind-Control

Meditation

Inherited Propensities

Hope For All

Godlessness

Ideal-Austerities-Food

Surrender And Grace

The Oneness Of Existence

Advaita And Gita-Discipline

Seeing God

Conclusion

The Author
Major Sections
Books By Rajaji
Ramayana Mahabharata

Bhagavad Gita

Bhaja Govindam

Kural

Upanishads

Hinduism Doctrine And Way Of Living

MEDITATION

(Adhyaya II-Slokas 14, 15. 38. Adhyaya V- Slokas 22-24, 26, 28 Adhyaya VI-Slokas 3-7, 10-14, 16, 17, 19, 24.27. Adhyaya Xll --Slokas 13-19. Adhyaya XIV.-Slokas 22-25.]

AFTER practising an attitude of unselfishness when engaged in normal activities, the aspirant can advance towards an attitude of indifference to pain and pleasure. Success or failure in any endeavour should not agitate the mind. Pain and pleasure should be welcomed with equanimity as being impermanent and, in the very nature of things, complementary to each other. They are part of the universal law of relativity, inescapable. They arise out of the "contacts of matter" and have no effect on the soul.

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