SBG FOR ALL
The vast treasures of Vedic literature can be overwhelming, unfathomable, and highly complex for many. However, the greatest gift that humankind has received is in the form of an amazing treatise, which forms the nectar of all the Vedic literature put together. It is the Srimad Bhagavad Gita, with 700 Shlokas in 18 chapters.
Although it usually takes about three to four hours to complete reading the 18 chapters, most people somehow tend to lack the enthusiasm to read the life-changing scripture thinking it is too deep and hard to understand, and they tend to push reading it for a later part of their life. This is exactly where the problem lies. Everyone has only one life as a particular individual, and time is rather running fast. Thanks to their ignorance as regards the Vedic nondualistic principle of the All-pervading Brahman personified as Krishna, and due to faulty concepts of a separate being called ‘God’ residing in the skies, people let go of the chance to benefit from the highest level of all Vedic studies, namely Vedanta, which has been explained in the Srimad Bhagavad Gita in the most lucid manner.
Blaming ‘God’, destiny, others, or other factors has almost become a regular feature in the thought processes of a lot of people. There cannot be freedom until one feels or believes that there are external forces that are controlling their life. Such a belief or even a presumption of that nature makes people vulnerable to mass mind control and mental enslavement systems such as organised religion or cults.
The first step of organised religions in their massive projects of converting people is injecting deep-rooted fear into their minds. A certain religious book says, “The fear of God is the beginning of wisdom”! Why should anyone fear God? What sort of life would that be to live in the perpetual fear of antagonising a jealous and brutal being who resides up above, and being sent to eternal damnation!
Vedanta is indeed a deep subject, but it surely can be defined in one sentence. Vedanta is the ultimate goal of the Vedas, which are a path towards seeking knowledge of the Self and Brahman. As in Shloka 2:46 of the Srimad Bhagavad Gita, ‘a man of realisation of the Self, attains the purpose that all the Vedas serve.’
Tavamithram’s ‘SBG for all’ project is aimed at enabling as many people as possible, particularly young people and also children, to experience the essence of the entire Srimad Bhagavad Gita. Anyone who has acquired the taste for spiritual knowledge would only wish to delve deeper into the amazing, intellectually stimulating, empowering, liberating, and Divine sphere of Vedanta which is the goal, peak, and end of all the four Vedas.
The time invested in it can easily be one that can alter the reader’s life perspective and their overall approach towards life, health, events in their life; their work, relationships, successes, failures, and their goals in life.
The Divine bliss that I, the author, experience every moment of my life, thanks to my modest knowledge of the Supreme philosophy of Vedanta, is what I have been so passionately sharing with others without holding absolutely anything back.
Take action today. – Get your copy ‘Capture the Essence – Srimad Bhagavad Gita‘.
Jai Shri Krishna
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