Arjuna, a warrior about to lead his army into battle where both fighting sides contain his loved ones turns to God for advice. Should he, in these circumstances, engage in warfare or avoid it? By this situational allegory, the text touches upon the most essential questions, challenges and lessons in life. See the book on Amazon One of the talents of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, a great Indian sage and visionary, was his ability to speak to people using simple metaphors and everyday language. His aim was to restore the real depth and fundamental importance of The Bhagavad Gita for the people living in the modern scientific world. Although it does not contain the actual discourse of the Lord, which really begins in the second chapter, it presents the basic problems of life and gives Lord Krishna the chance to propound the philosophy and practice which enable man to live his life free from suffering.

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He founded the simple, natural technique of Transcendental Meditation, which allows anyone to experience and utilize the source of infinite intelligence and creativity within — the field of pure consciousness. This effortless and systematic technique had been lost to human life until brought to us by Maharishi, inspired by his own teacher.

For his teachings, Maharishi worked with scientists, educators, and exponents of Vedic wisdom to develop an integrated approach to knowledge, unifying diverse fields of study. He wrote many books and circled the world numerous times, speaking with world leaders and lecturing widely Maharishi organized his first international Teacher Training Course in Rishikesh, India in , where a number of meditators, from countries including India, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Britain, Malaya, Norway, the United States, Australia, Greece, Italy and the West Indies, were present.

With the introduction of this program it was postulated that the square root of one percent of the population practicing the TM-Sidhi program, together at the same time and in the same place, would create enlightenment in the world. In , Brahmachari Mahesh left Uttarkashi and began publicly teaching what he stated was a traditional meditation technique learned from his master Brahmananda Saraswati, and that he called Transcendental Deep Meditation.

Later the technique was renamed Transcendental Meditation. Later in the west the title was retained as a name. At that time, he called his movement the Spiritual Development Movement, but renamed it the Spiritual Regeneration Movement in , in Madras, India, on the concluding day of the Seminar of Spiritual Luminaries.

According to author William Jefferson, In the Maharishi went to Madras to addresses a large crowd of people who had gathered to celebrate the memory of Guru Dev. It was there he spontaneously announced that he planned to spread the teaching of TM throughout the world. Hundreds of people immediately asked to learn TM. His worldly possessions can be carried in one hand. Maharishi Mahesh Yogi is on a world odyssey. He carries a message that he says will rid the world of all unhappiness and discontent.

While in Los Angeles the Maharishi stayed at the home of author Helena Olson, and during this period he developed a three-year plan to propagate Transcendental Meditation to the whole world. Though most of his audience was average middle class individuals, he also he attracted a few celebrities such as Efrem Zimbalist Jr.

When the Maharishi came to the U. That same year he began the International Meditation Society and other organizations to propagate his teachings establishing centres in San Francisco and London. This was also the year in which the Maharishi trained Henry Nyburg to be the first Transcendental Meditation teacher in Europe. Teachers continued to be trained as time progressed.

During the course, the Maharishi began to introduce additional knowledge regarding the development of human potential, and began writing his translation and commentary on the first six chapters of the ancient Vedic text, the Bhagavad Gita His world tour included visits to Europe, India, Australia and New Zealand.

In Britain, he founded a branch of the Spiritual Regeneration Movement. His Canadian tour was also well covered by the press. In October of that year, in California, the Maharishi began teaching the first Advanced Technique of Transcendental Meditation to some experienced meditators. Religion and culture scholar Sean McCloud also reported that traditional Indian sages and gurus were critical of the Maharishi, for teaching a simple technique and making it available to everyone, and for abandoning traditional concepts of suffering and concentration as paths to enlightenment.

During and the Maharishi appeared on American magazine covers such as Life, Newsweek, Time and many others. At the end of the Maharishi said that after ten years of teaching and world tours he would return to India. Meditation Classes.


Maharishi sobre el Bhagavad-Gita



Maharishi Mahesh Yogi on the Bhagavad-Gita, A New Translation and Commentary, Chapters 1- 6


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