Birth and Death are your worst habits Bhagavad Gita by Nithyananda
Bhagavad Gita (Song of God) is a timeless treatise on the essence of living enlightenment. The Gita was imparted by the enlightened Hindu incarnation Sri Krishna to the warrior-prince Arjuna over 5000 years ago. Amazingly, the spiritual wisdom and life solutions offered in the Gita are so universal and current that it is even today used as a personal transformation guide in universities and management schools worldwide.. In today's talk on Bhagavad Gita, Chap 2, 51st Verse, Paramahamsa Nithyananda unveils the compassionate pinnacle of Sri Krishna's wisdom. All previous teachings direct us to this: the shackles of perpetual birth and death. Many of us do not understand why we should work for freedom from the repeating wheel. Paramahamsa describes the clarity of spiritual liberation by comparing it to life after leaving a tiny village for wider horizons. Our perspective transforms; we develop the awareness that small items we looked to for well-being in the village, no longer have any importance for us. Just so, when we evolve to the experience of our immortality, we can see how small and unimportant our temporary lives truly are.