110+ Words of Encouragement from Lord Krishna

Hinduism is based on the principles written in their holy spiritual book, Bhagawad Gita. Gita comprises the sayings of Lord Krishna. 

From the story of the Pandavas to the battlefield of Kurukshetra, the verbal cognizance of Krishna has illuminated the concept of spirituality worldwide.

People from across the globe have shown faith in the principles based on these Holy Scriptures. 

Gita has the solutions to everything. Be it any modernized problem, the words of Krishna to Arjuna are believed to provide answers to these worldly queries. 

Words Of Encouragement From Lord Krishna

-The beliefs of a man sow the seed for him, hereafter. 

-The work that is done with love, passion, and compassion wins over the one done with ego, lust, and reluctance.

-I am the dawn, daylight, and dusk of the creation.

-I can only be possessed by love and there I am with happiness possessed. 

-Lust, greed, and anger are doorways to the mortifying hell. Let them vanish out of your life. 

-The one who has control over the mind, his mind will be bliss. The one who has failed to do so, his mind will be his most potent enemy. 

-The happiness that is engraved in the mind is free of all the external affairs. 

-Why contemplate so much? What scares you? Who shall destroy you? The soul remains immortal. 

-Let the work be done without the want for anything in return. 

-What is not real shall always remain a lie and the truth will never get destroyed. It remains eternal.

-The state of Sattva tastes venomous initially but is ought to bring you the flavor of nectar eventually. 

-Time is the healer and also the killer. It kills all phases. 

-The one who finds the action in inaction and inaction in action is the greatest of all. 

-We have traveled through many births, Arjuna. Unlike you, I remember them all. 

-The man who is enriched with good deeds shall never come across a bad end in any of his lives. 

-The one who responds to the emotions of other beings, as if they were his own, shall attain the greatest of spiritual union. 

-Until you free yourself from all the desire of the results of your work, you will find yourself far from the path. 

-Just like the clothes you take off, one day you will get rid of your body and your soul will find a fresh new one. 

-You should rather live your life with imperfection than living an imitation of someone else’s perfectly. 

-I am a lion among the animal, the eagle Garuda among the birds. I am Prahlada among the demons and most significantly, I am time, the destroyer of all. 

-The one who can feel themselves in everyone and everyone in themselves lives a life of wisdom. They, who have renounced every ounce of selfish desires and remain devoted to purity. 

-The unacknowledged work for the welfare of their immediate surroundings Arjuna.  The wise will take responsibility for the goodness of the world. 

-When meditation is mastered the mind stays as focused as the flame of a candle at a windless place. 

-Between all categories of destroyers, time is the best one because it demolishes everything.

-Your happiness is the autograph of God on your face.

-Everybody has the right to put effort, but never to the gifts of the work.

-Variation is the law of the cosmos; you can become a billionaire or a beggar on the spot.

-The lone thing that creates difficulties for you is your mind.

-Never stop. The power that guides the planets and stars is guiding you too.

-The brain is inconstant; it won’t respect you. Every time the mind fools around, make habit of your diplomatic intelligence to fetch it back to the calm positions.

-Carry on with your mandatory responsibility, because an action is always better than inaction.

-The emotions are never naturally gifted. It is born with love and affection.

-Everything that you achieve in this world remains here forever when you leave this place.

-Libido, annoyance, and selfishness are the three doors to self-destructive agony.

-Do some good work now so that your destiny will appreciate you after.

-Always imagine decent thoughts, express pleasant things, and carry out good works for others. Remember, everything returns to you.

-When someone responds to the happiness and difficulties of others as though there were his own. Then he or she has achieved the higher inner union.

-Coolness, kindness, quietness, and naturalness: these are the guidance of the mind.

-A person is completed by his belief. As he trusts, so what he is.

-Don’t settle down for fewer. Make hard efforts to accomplish the bigger ambition.

-The mind pretends to be like a rival for them who can’t command it.

-Create a proper attitude towards your work so that the most boring work also becomes a perfect source of joy.

-Enjoyment is the state of mind; it has the purpose to deal with the exterior world.

-The solution to happiness is the depletion of preference.

-for one who has control over his mind, a mind is his best companion. But for the one who has become unsuccessful to do so, a mind is his greatest opponent.

-Whatever took place was good; whatever is happening is going fine. Whatever happens in the future will also be great. Don’t overthink about the upcoming. Live peacefully in your present.

-Never do trust anyone completely. Love people but put your entire faith in your hard work instead of trusting others.

-Ee are never ruined unless we give up on our self.

-It’s much better to practice one’s duties faulty than to execute the responsibility of others.

-Hell has three ways to enter easily greediness, annoyance, and lust.

-Do every single thing you want to do in your life, but don’t do it for self-worth, not with sex desires but with honesty, love, humility, and obedience.

-Why are you taking tension for no reason? Who do you afraid of? Who will kill you? The soul neither takes birth nor expires.

-The only way you can master me is through pure love, and at that time I am willingly conquered.

-Fear not. What’s not true ever was and it will never be. What’s pure and original will be always there and it cannot be destroyed.

-You are the starting, the center, and the ending of creation.

-The desires from the perception seem like syrup at starting, but it is bitter as poison at the end.

-Believe in me is the perfect and secure course.

-He sees everyone as moving stupa as he lives in everyone’s heart.

-Misconception comes from anger. The brain is distracted by delusion.

-The rationality of thoughts is demolished when the brain is confused. One becomes weak when the thoughts are destroyed.

-As the sultry fire brings down wood into ashes, likewise, the blaze of self-understanding reduces karma to ashes.

-Accomplishment is better than traditional practices.

-All sadness is demolished upon achievement of peacefulness. The understanding of such a calm individual soon becomes completely stable.

-How dust haze the mirror, anger fades rationalism.

-The avid person works for their own achievements only. The sensible one works for the betterment of the entire world, without thinking only of themselves.

-There has never come a period when you and I haven’t become energetic. Nor there will be a time once we will come to end to exist.

-The similar individual lives in the body from childhood to youth and then the older age, so even at the time of death, he obtains another body.

-If you have a desire to see brave human beings, focus on those who can forgive.

-Those who worship the almighty with belief and compassion also feel contempt for me.

-The mind is anxious and very difficult to keep under control. But it can be conquered through practicing it.

-Implementation to look over all the creatures as me in their belief, words, and actions and intellectually bow down to them.

-One is assumed about the best yogi who considers every human being like oneself, and that can perceive the pain and happiness of others as one’s own.

-Setting on one side all well-born actions, just give away completely to the will of God. He will discharge you from all misdeeds. Don’t grieve.

-The intelligent ones are not misled by these makeovers.

-Your right only confines to the work you choose to do and not on the reward that comes along.

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