Renowned author and pioneer in spiritual psychodynamics, Deep Trivedi is also a speaker with an all-pervasive psychological perspective. His works question the prevalent paths and methods of life while guiding an individual towards the achievement of ‘full potential’ of oneself. He states, the lack of psychological knowledge and understanding is the sole reason for all the sorrows and failures of human life.
The Mind, Destiny, Psychology, Intelligence, the Human Brain are all words we are familiar with, but do we, human beings understand their significance, functioning and their influence on our day to day life?
We follow the age-old principles that we have been brought up with and believe what has been taught to us by Science. But there is more to life and that can be understood only when we, human beings learn to live it to the fullest!
- What is action and what is inaction? Even men of intelligence are puzzled over this question. Therefore, I shall expound to you the truth about action Knowing which you will be freed from its evil effects i.e., its binding nature - Bhagavad Gita (Chapter-4, Verse-16)
Meaning of the Shlok In this sutra, Krishna is saying something very deep about the human psychology. Krishna is saying that Oh Arjuna, not just you, even the most intelligent of people fail to understand what exactly is deed and passivity. First and foremost you need to understand this – Arjuna is constantly trying to assert his intelligence by taking the support of the scriptures and Krishna is shattering Arjuna’s illusion of being an intelligent person. He is clearly telling him ...Arjuna, howsoever men seek Me So do I respond to them For all men follow my path in every way - #Bhagavad Gita (Chapter-4, Verse-11)
Meaning of the Shlok In this sutra, Krishna has really outdone himself! Krishna is saying that the way worshippers bhaj with me, that is behave with me, ‘I’ too behave with them exactly the same way! Here, once again, don’t associate ‘I’ to mean Krishna himself. ...If you look at it, at least in India Krishna is surely being treated well. Everyone is diligently worshipping him. And yet, who has become happy? No, Krishna’s ‘I’ means our own soul. And this ...Arjuna, you and I have passed through many births I remember them all You do not remember, oh chastiser of foes - #Bhagavad Gita (Chapter-4, Verse-5)
Meaning of the Shlok In this sutra, to ease the fear of a scared Arjuna, who desires to run away from the war, Krishna is telling him – oh chastiser of foes, Arjuna, you and me, both have had many births and shall also continue to. Hence, you don’t be scared of dying, simply fight the war. Even if you die in the war, believe me, you shall be reborn. You are not aware of all this, but I am. -Deep Trivedi Watch ...Just as fire is covered by smoke, mirror by dust and embryo by the amnion, so is knowledge covered by desire - #BhagavadGita Shlok (Chapter-3, Verse-38)
Meaning of the #Shlok In this sutra, Krishna is explaining the principle of knowledge. Knowledge is anyway a popular topic of discussion across the world. Everybody is very keen to acquire knowledge and become wise. But the question is, in what does knowledge lie... in the scriptures, in school-colleges or in voluminous books? Krishna is saying that knowledge doesn’t lie in any of these! A human being’s soul is the most knowledgeable of all in this world. But just the way ...All living creatures follow their tendencies, even the wise man acts according to the tendencies of his own nature. Of what use is any external restraint? - #BhagavadGita Shlok (Chapter-3, Verse-33)
Meaning of the #Shlok In this sutra Krishna is saying something very remarkable! Krishna is saying that all human beings are in accordance with their own nature. And this nature of a human being isn’t formed suddenly in a day. Depending on how a human being has thought, done or lived, he begins to develop a psychology of his own. And then he is bound to doing all his varied deeds submitting to that psychology itself. If today this battle is ...