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Renunciation is about not taking pleasure in anything beyond the transcendental happiness derived from desirelessness, actionlessness & thoughtlessness from within meditation 4 this is service 2 the One. Reaching the One happens in 2 ways or processes. One is by … Continue reading

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‘One who apprehends or sees action in actionlessness & actionlessness in any action, is wise.’ said the Lord Krishna, written down in the Bhagavadgita. Krishna meant with those words that we can & should act, though preferable & when possible, … Continue reading

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The ’Battlefield of the Bhagavadgita’ tells the story of a man confused of what is the best way 2 act according 2 certain circumstances that requires  choosing between doing right or wrong & of what exactly bad or good (behaviour) … Continue reading

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