75+ Words of Encouragement From The Geeta

Just like Arjun faced a dilemma in going to battle against his own relatives and feeling lost and inaction to move further, we do often too. 

And it is okay to feel that way, the important thing is what you do about that next. 

Bhagwad Geeta is wisdom literature, coming from Lord Krishna himself enunciating the philosophy of life in this ancient Hindu scripture. 

Geeta is so powerful to help you steer your life in the right direction and live life at its best. 

Then, you can also find out so much wisdom that can help you improve, motivate you and fight against the dilemmas in your own life. 

Here are some of the best encouraging words that you can find in Bhagwad Geeta.

-In Bhagavad Gita, A Karma yogi means to be someone who performs action by mind, body, intellect, and senses without any attraction just for self-purification.

-You need to always perform your duty diligently and efficiently, no matter what, and without any attachments to the outcome.

-The one who does the work detaches himself from the results and attains the supreme.

-Krishna advises to be fearless and have faith in him. He says to become free from all the fears. You shouldn’t do that by refraining from the action as freedom is obtained from the action only. 

-In Bhagavad Gita, it is said that even wise people get confused about what action or inaction is.

-Bhagavad Gita talks about death being inevitable as birth, and therefore not to grieve for. It says that death is as sure as birth is that to death.

-The lord says the one who neither rejoices nor grieves, neither has likes or dislikes, the one who has renounced both good and evil, full of devotion, such a kind of person is dear to him.

-Actions that are taken selfishly imprisons the world. You must do selfless actions without giving any thought to your personal gain.

-One always must act and continue to but never be driven by any need of their own as Lord talks about himself in Bhagavad Gita.

-Shri Krishna in Bhagwad Gita talks about how actions do not cling to him because he is not attached to the results of those actions. The one who remembers that and practices it lives in total freedom.

-A set of beliefs is what made the man who he is. As the person believes, so he is.

-It is always better to strive for what your dharma is rather than to try to succeed in someone other’s dharma.

-You will always be fruitful and feel fulfilled with your desires through selfless service.

-The attraction towards the pleasures arises in the person when he dwells on the pleasure of the senses. It states from attraction, the desire arises, further to the lust of possession, leading to passion and eventual anger.

-What intention one has behind the action is what matters the most.

-Bhagavad Gita states how when the heat of the fire brings down wood to ashes, the fire of knowledge burns everything to karma.

-One should never engage in the action for the sake of getting a reward nor should one long for inaction.

-Always be free from your fears and have faith in the divine.

-It is better to perform your own duties imperfectly than to try mastering the duties of others.

-Shri Krishna mentions how at the beginning of the time, he declared two paths for the pure heart to follow, the one is Jnana Yoga and Karma Yoga.

-Give time to still your thoughts. Calm your mind, making it towards a one-pointed meditation.

-Learn the fact that peace begins when expectation ends.

-Efforts never go to waste on this path. Every little step you take towards spiritual awareness will guide you, protect you from the greatest fears. 

-Bhagavad Geeta talks about the disciplines of the mind such as gentleness, silence, calmness, purity, and self-restraint.

-A person has to practice tolerance in times of dualities such as distress or happiness. By learning through these dualities, you can become free from the anxieties that come from gain and loss.

-As a person abandons the worn-out clothes to wear a new one, the same way, the soul changes the worn-out body and acquires a new one.

-Bhagavad Geeta states that lust, anger, and greed are the three doors to hell.

-If you want to see how brave looks, see those who give back the love for the hatred. If you want to be heroic, see those people who can forgive.

-The mind is restless and difficult to subdued but it can be by practice.

-Yoga is the journey of oneself, through the self and to the self.

-Bhagavad Geeta states – Why do you worry so much, so unnecessarily?  Whom do you fear? Who can kill you?  The soul never neither borns nor dies.

-A learned theologian understands the scriptures and knows which one to use to resolve a particular problem or serve the purpose.

-You should never abandon your duties because you see the defects in them. Every action or activity has some defects as the fire is surrounded by smoke.

-You need to still your mind in Krishna and without any doubt, you will be united with him, to the very god of love, in your heart.

-In Bhagwad Gita, Krishna states that he has become Death, the destroyer of the worlds

-Krishna says whatever you do, make it an offering to me that includes the food you eat, the sacrifice you make, help you do, and even your pain and sufferings as well.

-If a person is primarily motivated by the only desire for the results of their actions, they become miserable and always anxious about the outcome.

-The mind becomes your enemy when you do not control it.

-All the selfish actions in the world imprison the world. So it is better to act selflessly without thinking about any personal profit.

-Whatever happened was good, whatever is happening, it is good and whatever will happen, will be good too. Don’t cling to the past. Do not worry about your future. Live right in the moment, in the present.

-One cannot be successful completely in meditation if the person eats too much or too little.

-There has never been a time when you and I haven’t existed, nor will be a time when I cease to exist.

-Nothing stains a pure man who is master of his life, his soul and remains in harmony, his soul is one of the souls of all. 

-There are different stages of life such as childhood, youth, adult and old age where the same person lives in the same body towards their end of the times. Therefore, it is not wise to get bothered by these changes.

-Krishna says that happiness comes from the long practice leading you to the end of your sufferings. It might feel like poison at first but comes out as nectar. Such happiness arises from the serenity of your own mind.

-Death is assured for who is born and most certainly assured for the dead. So one should not grieve over something that is inevitably going to happen.

-The central principle of yoga is you can train your mind to step in the continuous habitual old patterns and behaviour and change the old ways of thinking. 

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