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Our mission is to share the wisdom of Vedanta (the knowledge of universal oneness) and the practical means for spiritual growth and happiness - enabling people to become positive contributors to society. The Podcast features the teachers of Chinmaya Mission, who capture the essence of the Bhagavad Geeta, the Upanishads and other ancient Hindu scriptures and bring them to us in a contemporary language with messages relevant to our times. Find more Geeta treasures including access to an exclus ...
 
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To be EnLightened means to live as One with the Light, experiencing our Golden Light Essence in every experience. Having reached the state of constant EnLightenment, Great Masters such as Peace Mother Geeta Sacred Song encourage us to strive for EnLightenment, knowing an Illumined state is the way to a Peace-full existence of Soul Balance and Soul EmPowerment. Peace Mother Geeta Sacred Song is recognized globally as an EnLightened Peace Shaman, Shaktipat Master Healer and embodiment of The D ...
 
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Krishna shares pivotal verses that will support a spiritual seeker in their meditation. He reiterates the nature of one’s Self as that which is changeless and the eternal Truth that pervades everything. Krishna urges Arjuna to get up and recognise that which is imperishable. The entire Geeta Marathon by Swami Swaroopananda can be caught at https://…
 
Krishna continues to help Arjuna cultivate a higher viewpoint from which he can see how small his problems truly are, giving him the strength and wisdom to be able to solve them, rather than run away. Swamiji breaks down Krishna’s words about this new vision and guides us on how we can cultivate it ourselves. The entire Geeta Marathon by Swami Swar…
 
All our experiences, happy or sad, have a beginning and an end. But the more we complain about what we cannot change, the more the sorrow and pain magnify! When the mind is disturbed by sorrow, we brood over the change and become more easily influenced by future fluctuations. In forbearing the changes in the world outside, we can gradually come to …
 
We experience the world around us as pairs of opposites, giving us joy or sorrow, based on our likes and dislikes. When our sense organs come into contact with the sense objects, then only do we experience these dualities, just as when we touch electricity, we get the shock! In this episode, Swamiji teaches us the secret to overcoming these ‘shocks…
 
To comfort Arjuna’s grief, Krishna reveals the truth of how there never was a time when any of us did not exist. The ‘I’ Krishna speaks of is the Self of everybody, not the individual ego-centric identity we associate with. Understanding the permanence of the one true Self is a hallmark of the wise student of the Bhagavad Geeta! The entire Geeta Ma…
 
The cause of our sorrow is our false expectations born of misunderstanding one thing to be something else. Identifying with the individual ego, we grieve for the natural phenomenon of death, and lose sight of our Dharma. Knowledge of what Dharma is lifts us out of sorrow, and here Krishna, the Jagad-Guru, establishes Dharma by taking Arjuna as His …
 
Through his signature storytelling, Swamiji illustrates the paths of Shreyas and Preyas - goodness and pleasure. Arjuna’s humility helps him open up to Krishna’s guidance, demonstrating an ideal disciple’s character and surrender. Krishna begins His song with a gentle scolding of Arjuna’s misery and Swamiji gives us a short, but powerful lesson fro…
 
Swamiji explains that the notions of “I” and “mine” arise when we don’t know who we truly are, leading us to misidentify our swadharma. Arjuna's response to Krishna reveals this, when he seeks to abandon his duty as a warrior to live a renunciate’s life to avoid the war. Arjuna’s outburst peaks when he surrenders to Krishna and enquires into what w…
 
Grief like Arjuna’s leads one to enquire into what is the cause of one’s sorrow. How can we find permanent solutions to our problems and gain shreyas - the supreme good? Swami Swaaroopananda explains how Krishna begins by calling out Arjuna’s despondency as ignoble and un-Aryan, in an attempt to prod at his pride and shake him out of self-pity. The…
 
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As we do our Japa of the Gāyatrī Mantra, the mind quietens. We must deepen our Sādhana by contemplating that Truth which the Mantra is indicating. In this concluding episode, Swamiji explains how the Mantra reveals to us our true nature, that of Existence (Sat), Consciousness (Cit) and Bliss (Ānanda)!…
 
The 3 vyāhrtis Bhūh, Bhuvaḥ and Svaḥ, prefix the Gāyatrī Mantra, which Ādi Śaṅkararacharya tells us indicate the nature of the Truth. Oṃ, with which the Mantra begins, is the subtlest of all symbols for, and is the closest indicator of that same Truth. Swamiji gives us further insight into Oṃ, distilled from the vast knowledge of the Upaniṣads.…
 
In this episode, we hear from Swami Swaroopananda about Ādi Śaṅkararacharya’s commentary on the Gāyatrī Mantra, which tells us that the Gāyatrī Mantra reveals the truth about the relationship between the Jivatma and Paramatma. Swamiji breaks down the meaning of each word of the Mantra, taking us deeper in contemplation on the divine Gāyatrī Mantra!…
 
The Gāyatrī Mantra illustrates the brilliant values and qualities the Sun embodies, and gives an ideal to aspire to. Swamiji shines a light on how regular Japa (chanting) of the Gāyatrī Mantra leads us to develop a calm, concentrated, devoted mind, in which all noble values can be cultivated. As our practice of Gāyatrī Japa deepens, our intelligenc…
 
Swami Swaroopananda goes further into the profound significance of the Upanayana Samskara and the inspiration it provides us with. Swamiji gives us a brief definition of the Gāyatrī Mantra and the inner significance of a Vedic tale told at the time of the receiving the Gāyatrī Mantra - blending tradition with science in his characteristic storytell…
 
Intelligence is not purely genetic, it is something that can be invoked and cultivated. Swami Swaroopananada talks about the tradition of the Upanayana Samskara, its significance and how the initiation into the Gayatri Mantra was given in childhood. This tradition facilitated the development of the intellect and prepared students for the highest kn…
 
Dive deeper into the science of the Gayatri Mantra is to understand how by chanting this Mantra properly, our mental impurities are removed and our mind can be attuned to the vibrations of eternal knowledge and power in the universe. Swamiji explains how the Gāyatrī Mantra reveals to us Dharma, the means to reach the Ultimate Goal, the Infinite, Et…
 
When faced with the challenges thrown at us by the world, our minds can be our greatest asset or a cause of sorrow. To help strengthen and purify the mind, the ancient Rishis (seers) gave us the Gāyatrī Mantra, found in the Vedas. Swami Swaroopananda gives us the background into the origins and deep significance of this popular mantra. Swamiji clea…
 
Arjuna continues to justify his pacifism, telling Krishna that by killing a whole generation of men, the Vedic culture would be lost for future generations to follow. He even goes on to say he would rather the Kauravas kill him unarmed! Swami Swaroopananda talks about how Arjuna’s words have become today’s reality and reminds us to rise and take ba…
 
The family unit ensured that family traditions were passed down through the generations. As time goes by, we see this unit gradually decline, leading to great loss in cultural values. Drawing on real life situations, ranging from the collapse of the traditional joint family, to intercultural marriages, Swamiji shows us how the Geeta can help reconc…
 
When we want to escape a situation we have to justify our own minds/our desires, to make it seem like we are much greater than we actually are. Arjuna’s first argument against fighting is the breakdown of the family unit. Using modern society’s example, Swami Swaroopananda shows us how this argument has manifested itself today in the form of failin…
 
Arjuna’s identification with the Kauravas as his family blinds him from seeing that his real duty lies in ensuring Dharma is upheld no matter what. He misquotes the scriptures to try and justify his misplaced compassion. Swamiji reminds us that punishment is for correction, not revenge, and knowing our duties clearly prevents us from getting carrie…
 
In moments of mental weakness, the bigger picture gets distorted as we zoom into our personal gains or losses in a situation. We even start to deny our true intentions, attempting to appear compassionate. Swami Swaroopananda guides us to see what our mind denies, because in denial is our desire expressed. Only upon recognising those desires, can we…
 
When the mind is overwhelmed by emotion, the body too may not be able to function properly. A cloudy mind is unable to see clearly any long-term benefit, and justifies weakness with superficial nobility. As Swamiji paints the picture of Arjuna speaking to Shri Krishna on his chariot, we see all these effects manifest in our hero - a reflection of o…
 
Swami Swaroopananda expounds on how in the face of challenging situations the mind gets clouded by emotions, interfering with the intellect’s decision-making process. While Duryodhana projects his fears on to his Guru, Arjuna does the opposite, expressing all his emotions to Shri Krishna. Swamiji explains how by following in Arjuna’s footsteps, we …
 
As Arjuna faces his family on the other side of the battlefield, he expresses strong emotional reactions. Swamiji explains how we face similar Arjuna-situations in life and take to misplaced compassion. Through the wisdom of the Geeta we can grow to realise what true compassion really means. The entire Geeta Marathon by Swami Swaroopananda can be c…
 
Arjuna’s command to Krishna brings him face-to-face with the Kuru army on the battlefield, and when the devotee ‘commands’ the Lord, delusion is sure to result. Swamiji elaborates on the delusion faced by all of us, as seen in the case of Arjuna, and tells us how spiritual knowledge equips us to achieve success in the truest sense. The entire Geeta…
 
Swami Swaroopananda gives us the fascinating history of how Krishna became Arjuna’s charioteer, and how Hanuman came to sit on his flagstaff. Wishing to view the armies of both sides and view those he must fight with, Arjuna tells Krishna to bring him to the middle of the battlefield. What a thrilling moment after all the tumult of the war instrume…
 
In today’s episode, Swamiji gives us the beautiful vision of Shri Krishna and Arjuna on the battlefield, along with the Pandava army, as they blow their conch shells. Sanjaya describes in great detail, the conch shells of each of the Pandava brothers and the terrifying effect they had on Duryodhana and his army. The entire Geeta Marathon by Swami S…
 
Continuing with Duryodhana’s monologue with Drona, we see Duryodhana’s weak & self-centered personality express itself in his elaborate description of the Pandava army and the miniscule mention of his own army’s heroes. The war is declared with Bhishma’s blowing of his conch shell, and Swami Swaroopananda brings the awe-inspiring vastness of the ba…
 
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