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    Shrimad Bhagavad Gita Chapter 8 Explained by Anandmurti Gurumaa

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    The complete DVD set of Shrimad Bhagavad Gita as explained by Anandmurti Gurumaa is available at www.gurumaa.com. This is a set of 71 DVDs chronicling the expositions of 18 chapters of Shrimad Bhagavad Gita by Anandmurti Gurumaa in Gita Gyana Yagya held in Gurumaa Ashram. Eighteen chapters are spread across 9 sets, each containing the description about the chapters included and the number of DVDs. In continuation to set 3 [chapter 5 & 6], about Karma Sanyas Yoga and Aatm Sanyas Yoga, this set contains the expositions of chapter 7 & 8 of Shrimad Bhagavad Gita by Anandmurti Gurumaa. These enlightening explanations dispel the darkness of ignorance and illuminate the lamp of wisdom. Seventh chapter titled Vigyana Yoga unravels the true nature (swaroopa) of Krishna, and explains in detail about the play of his illusory energy called Maya and how with the predominance of this Maya, an individual tends to forget God. It also reveals the nature of gunas and the role they play in deluding the Jiva, the individual. In the end, Gurumaa explains that the darshan of a gyani is the darshan of Krishna, as they are the reflections of the Lord. Eighth chapter titled Aksharaparabrahma Yoga establishes the fact that the vision of gyana gives an understanding of the Brahman and one needs to be steadfast in sadhana to attain salvation. In this chapter, Gurumaa has explained how the last thought of the person at the moment of death determines the next birth of the Jiva and only the one who has lived his life in devotion to the Lord is able to remember him at the time of Death. Besides divulging the right method of doing Omkar, Gurumaa also delineated the way to be in continuous contemplation of Krishna. In continuation to set 3 [chapter 5 & 6], about Karma Sanyas Yoga and Aatm Sanyas Yoga, this set contains the expositions of chapter 7 & 8 of Shrimad Bhagavad Gita by Anandmurti Gurumaa. These enlightening explanations dispel the darkness of ignorance and illuminate the lamp of wisdom. Seventh chapter titled Vigyana Yoga unravels the true nature (swaroopa) of Krishna, and explains in detail about the play of his illusory energy called Maya and how with the predominance of this Maya, an individual tends to forget God. It also reveals the nature of gunas and the role they play in deluding the Jiva, the individual. In the end, Gurumaa explains that the darshan of a gyani is the darshan of Krishna, as they are the reflections of the Lord. Eighth chapter titled Aksharaparabrahma Yoga establishes the fact that the vision of gyana gives an understanding of the Brahman and one needs to be steadfast in sadhana to attain salvation. In this chapter, Gurumaa has explained how the last thought of the person at the moment of death determines the next birth of the Jiva and only the one who has lived his life in devotion to the Lord is able to remember him at the time of Death. Besides divulging the right method of doing Omkar, Gurumaa also delineated the way to be in continuous contemplation of Krishna.