The Bhagavad Gita, the Lord’s song, is a dialogue between Lord Sri Krishna and Pandava Prince Arjuna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra.
Notwithstanding his arguments for the path of action, Krihsna had indicated now and then, that there is a nobler path, the path of renunciation – and elaborates on the ‘Karma Sannyasa Yoga’ in the fifth chapter. What is the spirit of renunciation? How can the ‘Yoga of Renunciation of Action’ be practised? What would be the result of acting in this special mental attitude, and how far could this contribute to the inward development and growth of the human personality? All these topics are discussed in this chapter, which stands as a bridge between Karma Yoga and Pure Meditation.
This album contains discourses by Swami Advayananda, recorded in June 2022, during the Vedanta Sadhaka Course held in Adi Sankara Nilayam.
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