From Mind to Supermind - A Commentary on the Bhagavad Gita

From Mind to Supermind - A Commentary on the Bhagavad Gita

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Author: Rohit Mehta
Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass
Year: 2006
Language: English
Pages: 244
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8120809653


The great scriptures of the world are beyond the limitations of time and space: they are Eternal and Universal. The Bhagavad Gita belongs to this category of scriptures and, as such, it is not a book merely for the Hindus; its message has a universal application. It is as fresh today at it was when given to Arjuna many centuries ago. In fact, modern man is in need of the message of the Bhagavad Gita if he is to find freedom from the tensions and anxieties brought into his life by the scientific and technological developments of today.

The message of the Gita has an important and a practical bearing on the problems of the modern age. It shows a way out of the complexities of the mind to complete and unfettered freedom of the Super-Mind. This path is not meant only for the few, it can be trodden by all who seek freedom from life's entanglements. In an age where the individual is becoming more and more insignificant due to the impacts of political, economic and social forces, the Gita brings to man a message of hope and cheer, for it shows a way of life which leads to the regaining of his lost significance, and the spiritual regeneration of man is indeed the way to the creation of a happy society.



The Distracted Mind
The State of Integration
The Being and the Becoming
The Secret of Right Action
The Co-existence of Opposites
The Middle Way
Communion without a Contact
The Invisible and the Intangible
The Sudden Awakening
The splendour of Splendid things
The Psychic and The spiritual
The One Without a Home
The Silent Watcher
The Unconditioned Perception
The Mutable, the Immutable and The indestructible
The Good and the Evil
The Three Instruments
The Identity of Two Wills