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God Talks With Arjuna, Paramahansa Yogananda's illuminating translation of and commentary on the Bhagavad Gita, is one of the most comprehensive books available today on the science and philosophy of Yoga. This monumental work breaks new ground as a revelation of the Gita's profoundest spiritual, psychological, and metaphysical truths, long obscured by metaphor and allegory. Yogananda clearly outlines the Gita's balanced path of meditation and right activity, and shows how we can create for ourselves a life of spiritual integrity, serenity, simplicity and joy. Includes in-depth discussions on Kriya Yoga -- what it is, and how it hastens our spiritual evolution.
Of all the Eastern scriptures, the Bhagavad Gita is the most widely known and best loved in the West. In this eye-opening translation and commentary, Yogananda unveils for the first time the deeper meaning hidden within its symbology. Also available in a slipcase quality-paperback edition.
Exploring the "Bhagavad Gita's" psychological, spiritual, and metaphysical depths, Paramahansa Yogananda reveals the innermost essence of this majestic scripture, presenting an unparalleled translation of and commentary on one of the most revered scriptures of the ages.
The Bhagavad Gita is India's most sacred textthe Hindu Bible. Yogananda's translation and commentary brings a unique and deeply penetrating insight into this great scripture, and is widely regarded as one of the most comprehensive books available on the science and philosophy of Yoga. God Talks With Arjuna explains the Bhagavad Gita's profoundest spiritual, psychological, and metaphysical truths, long obscured by metaphor and allegory. Yogananda takes Lord Krishna's counsel to the warrior Arjuna and applies it to our everyday struggles with the human ego. Our greatest battle he explains, like Arjuna's, takes place within our own minds as we fight our doubts, fears, negative habits, self-defeating thoughts, and erroneous thinking. Appealing to scholar and general reader alike, there is no other Gita on the market as attractive, and comprehensive.