Bhagavad Gita: Understanding One Shloka at a time. (Chp. 3, Verse 31) — HBR Patel

Trying to understand Bhagavad Gita, one Shloka at a time…

HBR Patel

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ये मे मतमिदं नित्यमनुतिष्ठन्ति मानवा: |
श्रद्धावन्तोऽनसूयन्तो मुच्यन्ते तेऽपि कर्मभि: || 31||

Those human beings who always execute regularly these teachings of mine, with profound faith, without envy, all become free from the bondage of reactions from actions.

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The ultimate goal of our existence is to attain the Moksha, liberation from the bondage of the actions or karma. The soul is given the chance to attain the liberation to achieve freedom from the shackles of birth and death.

We achieve liberation by walking on the spiritual path and for ages, there is a misconception prevalent amongst individuals that the spiritual path requires practising intense rituals. Bhagwan Shri Krishna points out the simple yet impactful way to attain the Moksha. Although simple in words and easy to grasp, it is hard to accomplish but not impossible.

Follow the teachings of Bhagwan Shri Krishna, perform the instructions daily, with profound faith and without any objection. We must always/Nitya follow the instructions as per Bhagwad Gita and that too with ‘Purna-Shraddha’/profound faith that too without doubting the effectiveness of the teachings due to its simplicity.

This is the essence of Karma yoga which can help us free from the bondage of karma and attain liberation.

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HBR Patel

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