... Margshirsh Krishna Ekadashi, Vikram Samvat 2063, Shukravar 1st December, 2006, Friday Ram Ram WISH YOU ALL A VERY HAPPY GITA JAYANTI GLORY OF GITAMessage 1 of 1 , Dec 1 2:50 PMView Source:Shree Hari:
Margshirsh Krishna Ekadashi, Vikram Samvat 2063, Shukravar
1st December, 2006, Friday
WISH YOU ALL A VERY HAPPY GITA JAYANTI
GLORY OF GITA
Unfathomable and illimitable is the glory of Srimad Bhagavad Gita. The most
unusual and many facetted scripture. There is such uniqueness in this small-sized work, that even if a spiritual aspirant reads and grasps a small portion, several satisfying disciplines or ways become available to him for his life's fulfillment. The unique significance of the Gita is that all seekers of salvation are eligible for its study.
No sinlge holy book of wisdom exists which expounds the full import of the Reality with such precision and prolification. A man with intense yearning for his goal can realize God, the Supreme Truth, in every situation or circumstance.
He can attain salvation even in critical situations like war. Thus the art of supreme fulfillment, in each walk or behavior is taught in the Gita.
Gita is a song of grace. On taking it's refuge and then simply on recitation, most wonderous, divine and unfathomable peace arises within. Merely reciting with an attentive mind, one attains great peace of mind. One method is to first memorize all the Gita shlokas with the understanding of their meaning and then reverse recite the same, sitting in solitude, without the aid of the book, beginning from the last "shloka", "Yatra Yogeshwarah Krishnah.....," to the very first one, "Dharma Ksetre Kuru Ksetre..." By doing so, much peace prevails. If the Gita is recited daily in it's entirety, she reveals new special, unusual,
distinctive meanings and realizations to the spiritual aspirant. Even if there is any query or doubt in one's mind, it gets resolved automatically, during the course of the recitation.
In reality, no person is competent or capable of fully describing the glory of Gita. Who would dare to describe the great majesty of the infinitely glorious and holy Gita?
From "The Bhagavad Gita - Sadhak Sanjivani" by Swami Ramsukhdasji. In English, pg. IX."
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