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Bhagavad Gita: talks between the soul and God

Bhagavad Gita: talks between the soul and God

Prime, Ranchor, 1950-

Ranchor Prime's version of the Bhagavad Gita adopts a non-sectarian approach, making it relevant to those of all religions and emphasizing the link between religion and development

Hardback, Book. English.
Published London: Fitzrovia, 2010
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Details

Statement of responsibility: translation with reflections by Ranchor Prime
ISBN: 0956184618, 9780956184610
Language note: Translated from the Sanskrit.
Physical Description: 224 p. ; 19 cm.
Subject: Religion.
Uniform Title: Bhagavadgītā. English.

Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. i part one
  3. The Soul in the World One
  4. Arjuna's Dilemma
  5. 3 Two
  6. Understanding the Soul
  7. 11 Three
  8. Karma Yoga: Work and Desire
  9. 29 Four Transcendental Wisdom
  10. 41 Five Life of Freedom 52 Six
  11. Mystic Yoga
  12. 60 part two
  13. The Mystery of God Seven
  14. God and His Energies
  15. 75 Eight
  16. Attaining the Supreme
  17. 83 Nine Most Confidential Knowledge
  18. 92 Ten God's Infinity
  19. 104 Eleven
  20. Vision of the Universal Form
  21. 114 Twelve
  22. The Way of Devotion 126 part three
  23. The Journey Thirteen
  24. Nature and the Soul
  25. 137 Fourteen
  26. The Three Qualities of Nature
  27. 146 Fifteen
  28. The Supreme Person
  29. 155 Sixteen
  30. Light and Dark
  31. 164 Seventeen Three Kinds of Faith
  32. 172 Eighteen
  33. The Final Message
  34. 180 Topics in the Bhagavad Gita 200 Glossary
  35. 202 Index