“The 72 Slokas of Bhagavad Gita is the Gold mine for Human Evolution. If you want to evolve, just meditate on any one of them day in and day out. You will reach the destination.” – Sri Amit Ray
The Bhagavad Gita contains 18 chapters and 700 verses. You may not have time to focus on all these verses. His Holiness Saint Sri Amit Ray always asked us to focus on the explicit and implicit meaning of the 7 key slokas of Bhagavad Gita for bringing peace, stability and perfections in life.
His Holiness Saint Sri Amit Ray is a great spiritual master. He is famous for his contribution in peace, compassion and deep spirituality.
Saint Sri Amit Ray always teaches the 21 core spiritual principles and the practices of Bhagavad Gita to solve the complex situations of life. Soul-force is the key source of his spiritual wisdom and power and that Soul-force he obtained from Bhagavad Gita. He has awaken the soul-force within himself and within many of his fellow-humans.
“Bhagavad Gita emphasizes the power of wisdom of the Eternal Self. When you speak and act with a peaceful mind, happiness will be like an inseparable shadow.” – His Holiness Saint Sri Amit Ray
However, he stressed, as he always does, that the Bhagavad Gita values and the teachings are more important than temples and the statues. His Holiness remarked that both the yoga teachers and the students must understand the seven eternal values and the 21 principles of the Bhagavad Gita.
He said, “Worldly, material development can give you temporary stability, but to get lastingly happiness you need to develop an emotionally stable mind. You need calm mind and mindful virtues actions to glorify your life in this world and beyond.” – His Holiness Saint Sri Amit Ray
“A disciplined, emotionally stable mind is a true gem. When doubts haunt you or when you are disappointed by the external world, look within – there is always a consistent, serene, and caring voice to support you, inspire you and show you the directions.” – His Holiness Saint Sri Amit Ray
His Holiness explained that, “The purpose of all religious is to help people become better people and to live in harmony with one another. This harmony is the biggest treasure of humanity.” – His Holiness Saint Sri Amit Ray
His Holiness teaches that, “Many people misunderstand the “fruits of actions” concepts of the Bhagavad Gita. Let, the fruits of your actions are not for your enjoyment. To perform actions is only for the betterment of the world. It is an integral part of human evolution. Taking virtues actions is your duty as a better human being. Hence, don’t get upset by the temporary setbacks and don’t be overexcited by positive results. Always maintain the calmness of your mind, if you want to reach the highest.” – His Holiness Saint Sri Amit Ray
His Holiness reminded us, “Know The Self and be Free – Atmanam vidhi. Know the knower within and be the enjoyer of the three worlds. You are the creator of your own world. ” – His Holiness Saint Sri Amit Ray
In this spirit, His Holiness Sri Amit Ray, suggested us that it is more effective to understand and take refuge in the 7 core teachings of Bhagavad Gita. If you understand what they are, faith and liberation will come. Faith in your heart, supported by the purified reasons of your head will lead you to liberation.