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About Us

Geeta Society The Servants Of Geeta Society

The Servants of Geeta Society was established on March 2015. The main objective is to promote and spread the principles of Geeta. Our goal is to provide the value, meaning and importance of Geeta to peoples. BhagavadGeeta explains the plain truths of life and existance. Truth has its own power and beauty. Our mind experinces the quality of objects and thoughts it concentrates on . The benefit of reading bhagavadGita is to feed right knowledge into our system. We function as per our beliefs and faiths.

Thought of the day

Thought 1

An enlightened person (by perceiving the Lord in all) looks at a learned and humble Brahma [a, an outcast, even a cow, an elephant, or a dog with an equal eye.

Thought 2

Sensual pleasures are, in fact, the source of misery and have a beginning and an end. Therefore, the wise, do not rejoice in sensual pleasures.

Thought 3

One who is able to withstand the impulses of lust and anger before death is a yogi and a happy person.

Thought 4

As the blazing fire reduces wood to ashes, similarly, the fire of Self-knowledge reduces all bonds of Karma to ashes.

Thought 5

All work is done by the energy and power of nature, but due to delusion of ignorance, people assume themselves to be the doer.

Thought 6

The mind, when controlled by the roving senses, steals away the intellect as a storm takes away a boat on the sea from its destination - the spiritual shore.

Thought 7

One attains peace when all desires dissipate within the mind without creating any mental disturbance, as river waters enter the full ocean without creating any disturbance. One who desires material objects is never peaceful.

Thought 8

Endowed with purified intellect; subduing the mind with firm resolve; turning away from sound and other objects of the senses; giving up likes and dislikes; living in solitude; eating lightly; controlling the mind, speech, and organs of action; ever absorbed in yoga of meditation; taking refuge in detachment; and relinquishing egotism, violence, pride, lust, anger, and proprietorship - one becomes peaceful, free from the notion of “I” and “my”, and fit for attaining oneness with the Supreme Being (Para-Brahma).  Absorbed in the Supreme Being (Para-Brahma), the serene one neither grieves nor desires.Becoming impartial to all beings, one obtains My Para-Bhakti, the highest devotional love.  By devotion one truly understands what and who I am in essence. Having known Me in essence, one immediately merges with Me.

Thought 9

Therefore, focus your mind on Me and let your intellect dwell upon Me alone (through meditation and contemplation). Thereafter, you shall certainly attain Me.

Thought 10

Those who perceive Me in everything and behold everything in Me, are not separated from Me, and I am not separated from them.

Thought 11

The mind, when controlled by the roving senses, steals away the intellect as a storm takes away a boat on the sea from its destination - the spiritual shore.

Thought 12

One develops attachment to sense objects by thinking about sense objects. Desire for sense objects comes from attachment to sense objects, and anger comes from unfulfilled desires.

Thought 13

Delusion or wild ideas arise from anger.The mind is bewildered by delusion. Reasoning is destroyed when the mind is bewildered. One falls from the right path when reasoning is destroyed.

Thought 14

A disciplined person, enjoying sense objects with senses that are under control and free from likes and dislikes, attains tranquility.

Thought 15

One must elevate and not degrade oneself by one’s own mind. The mind alone is one’s friend as well as one’s enemy. The mind is the friend of those who have control over it, and the mind acts like an enemy for those who do not control it.

Thought 16

Humility, modesty, nonviolence, forgiveness, honesty, service to guru, purity (of thought, word, and deed), steadfastness, self-control, aversion for sense objects, absence of ego, constant reflection on the pain and suffering inherent in birth, old age, disease, and death; Detachment, non-fondness with son, wife, home, etc.; unfailing equanimity upon attainment of the desirable and the undesirable and unswerving devotion to Me through single-minded contemplation,taste for solitude, distaste for social gatherings and gossips, steadfastness in acquiring knowledge of Eternal Being (Brahma), and seeing the omnipresent Supreme Being everywhere - this is said to be knowledge. That which is contrary to this is ignorance.

Thought 17

One who perceives that all works are done by the powers (Gunas) of material Nature (Prakrti) alone and thus does not consider oneself (or the Atma) as the doer, that person truly understands.

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