Topic of the known and the knower. (Chapter 13) All your spiritual wisdom, knowledge, practice, etc., has to complete itself, fulfil itself in your understanding that you are nothing but limitless awareness. Once you understand that you are limitless awar... read more

Chapter 13 : The known and the Knower since the whole Bhagavad Gita is about this Vedic wisdom, what Krishna does is that he interprets the word jnanam in Arjuna’s question as jnana sadhanam, meaning those qualities of my mind which will help me gain t... read more

Topic of the known and the knower. (Chapter 13, contd.) `For the sake of dharma, himsa also has to be treated as ahimsa’. Meaning if you react with violence to protect yourself from violence, to stand up for your rights, then it’s understandable.

Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 13 - The Known and the Knower : We move on to another one of the twenty values Krishna referred to in the Bhagavad Gita. It’s called arjavam and is very often translated as `straightforwardness’. It means your thought, wor... read more

Bhagavad Gita Chapter 13 The know and the knower: What I want to know and what I want to be is one and the same. If the teacher is unfolding the fact that I am ananda and in my mind there is hurt, guilt, anger, etc then the teaching will come in filtered... read more

The known and the Knower(Bhagavad Gita chapter 13): The more egotistic you are, the more difficult it will be to negate it. Of course, if you have a very submissive ego, you will not have the guts to try for this wisdom, and, therefore, it is important to... read more

Chapter 13. The known and the knower. Krishna is saying something more here: Nothing belongs to anyone anyway. Recognize that and then love. Once you realize that nothing belongs to you or you don’t belong to anyone, you can then have a very healthy att... read more

Chapter 13 The known and the knower : It’s fine to have people in your life, it’s also fine to have emotional needs which are fulfilled by other people. In fact, that’s why sociologists define us as social animals, but one should grow out of the nee... read more

chapter 13: The known and the knower : It is not a Reality that is out there in Timbuktu, beyond everything. It is transcendental, beyond everything and at the same time it is immanent. Only then can it be really recognised as infinite. It’s not a divin... read more