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Profile of the Perfect Person (Based on The Bhagavad Gita Chapter II)

Profile of the Perfect Person (Based on The Bhagavad Gita Chapter II)


Item Code: IDH141

by Jaya Row

Paperback (Edition: 2011)

Jaico Publishing House
ISBN 8179921263

Size: 8.4" X 5.4"
Pages: 139
Weight of the Book: 220 gms
Price: $19.00   Shipping Free
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Back of The Book

The Bhagavad Gita: A Melody Divine

Michelangelo said that inside every block of stone dwells a beautiful statue. The Bhagavad Gita is a divine song that helps unravel the beauty within you. It help you to discover the magic potency of self-governance. It enriches you from within. Carl Jung said, "Who looks outside dreams, who looks inside awakes."

The world converges to that rare person who has empowered himself and tapped his inner resources. Such a person achieves success effortlessly. He is happy and evolves to his full potential. Without cultivating your inner resources you feel inadequate, incomplete. It is only with inner unfoldment that you experience true power. You are not the human being going through a spiritual experience; you are the very Spirit. The Gita brings you back to the cognition of your true potential. You become a Perfect Person.

Arjuna's Question and Krsna's Answer

Many of us have a vague concept of perfection. Bhagavad Gita, Chapter II, Verses 54 to 72, give a definition of the Perfect Person and also outlines the path to Perfection

Arjuna's question is: What is the nature of an enlightened Person? How does the Infinite express through a finite form?

Krsna's brilliant explanation is a guide to mankind for all time. A clear picture of that exalted state of Enlightenment depicted in terms we understand.

Why the Bhagavad Gita?8
The Salt of Life9
Success Through Inner Unfolding10
Password To Success12
Work-Drudgery Or Revelry?14
Enjoy Success15
Meaningful Relationships16
Insights That Empower18
The Right Choice20
Tap Your Potential20
Emotional Motivation22
Intellectual Drive23
The Power Of The Spirit23
A Unique Analogy24
Kaun Banega Infinitepati?25
As You Think So You Become25
Single Focus, Multiple Tasks26
The Real Challenge27
Classical Living: Oasis of Peace28
Enjoy without Desiring29
Vedanta Operating Systems30
Karma Yoga30
Svadharma - Your Core Interest31
Three Types of Action31
Selfish Action31
Unselfish Action32
Give to Gain33
Sacrifice To Rejoice34
Selfless Action35
Play Your Role36
Collateral Benefit36
Bhakti Yoga37
Deficiency Motivation39
Make Every Meal A Feast40
Thy Will Not My Will41
Devotion - Apart To A Part41
Centrifugal To Centripetal42
Orchestra Of Life44
Multiply Your Joys44
Celebrate Every Moment 45
Controlled Emotion46
Jnana Yoga47
The Right Choice48
Happiness - A State Of Mind48
Forbidden Fruit: Deserve Vs Desire50
True Knowledge - Sieve The Permanent From The Impermanent52
Reflection - Key To Wisdom53
Who Are You?54
Focus On Atman56
True Convergence56
Revel In The Divine57
Overview: The Three Yogas58
Physical Pleasures Found Wanting64
Emotional Joys More Fulfilling64
The Thrill of Intellectual Pursuits65
Welcome to the Realm Of The Infinite65
Focus Get You There67
Action In Renunciation68
Renounce and Enjoy69
CHAPTER II Bhagavad Gita Verses 52 to 72
Profile of the Perfect Person73
Verse 5474
Verse 5577
Verse 5684
Verse 5789
Verse 5895
Verse 5997
Verse 6099
Verse 61103
Verse 62 and 63106
Verse 64111
Part I112
Part II114
Verse 65118
Verse 66120
Verse 67123
Verse 68126
Verse 69128
Verse 70130
Verse 71133
Verse 72137
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Customer Comments

  • This is a good book i read ever. The auther clearly & inteligently explain the message of Shrimad Bhagwatgita. But I do not understand it verymuch because its english language espacialy litrary words, because i am not fluent in english so my thirst remain unsatisfied. I eagerly wish hindi version of the book translated with same spirit. I hope for that.
    - Sudarshan singh
    1st Oct 2008
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