Saturday, July 3, 2010

Beauty with Wisdom : Wisdom Stimulus 152 : Application of Bhagvad Gita in Management

The most beautiful verse of the whole Bhagvad Gita talks, about the light of the light, which stays, on the heart. The light , which is knowledge , the knowable and goal of knowledge, seats on the heart of every being. The most beautiful poetic language, is used by Sri Krishna to bring the pinnacle of wisdom in the simplest way .

Friday, July 2, 2010

Oneness : Wisdom Stimulus 150 : Application of Bhagvad Gita in Management

In the verse , Sri Krishna tells Arjuna , how the Brahman, or the supreme, is undivided though it supports all the divided beings, and generates them too . Through this message, he communicates the lessons of unity and oneness , in diversity and division . It, also helps us to bring a connecting perspective between the divisional consciousness, and the unity oriented consciousness.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

How to develop leadership qualities from Bhagvad Gita ? : Wisdom Stimulus 150 : Application of Bhagvad Gita in Management

From Gayatri Devi (India) : How can we develop leadership qualities from Bhagvad Gita ?

Sri joydip's reply : Leaders have three essential qualities – a) They have a vision b) They can communicate that vision to people c) They can make people execute that vision, All these three qualities of a perfect leadership can be build from Bhagvad Gita .

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Who wrote Bhagvad Gita ? : Wisdom Stimulus 149 : Application of Bhagvad Gita in Management

Shams (Egypt) : Who wrote Bhagvad Gita ?

Sri Joydip : Bhagvad Gita was a part of Mahabharata, which had been considered , written by the immortal sage Veda Vyasa. The latest portions of the Mahābhārata, are estimated to date from roughly the 4th century BC, the time of the introduction of writing to India. Some 18 chapters of Vyasa's Jaya constitutes the Bhagvad Gita, which is non-secretrian , and non-religious text of Universal wisdom and considered as sacred in different traditions around the world . Bhagvad Gita also has been hailed by number of important personalities, around the centuries, as the ultimate source of wisdom and Ved Vyasa is considered as the Guru of Gurus, and a immortal sage .

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

How to Manage Time ?: Wisdom Stimulus 148 : Question and Answeres on Application of Bhagvad Gita in Management

Hout/ Gayatri devi : How to manage time ?

Sri Joydip: Krishna mentions that one of the greatest enemy is desire , in Bhagvad Gita . Desire gives rise to attachment, which finally leads one to loose his Intellect. It is when, the Intellect is on loss, one finds havoc, on managing time . Intellect gives direction, on how the time should be used . Lot of people, these days opt for career , out of desire of money and status . However, they finally find out that they are not made for it, and so they switch over to the career they love . This switch over cost them lot of time , which is again originated from the desire of money and fame. So , dispassion, helps one to become more economic with time , not only from an short term perspective but also from long term perspective.

Monday, June 28, 2010

How To Concentrate: Wisdom Stimulus 147 : Application of Bhagvad Gita in Management

Hout : How to Concentrate ?

Sri Joydip : Mind stays always in a divided state . As the basic nature of mind, is moving outward . The moment the mind, starts moving inward it achieves oneness and the divisions falls away . When the inwardness become intense , mind itself drops and helps one to reach the sphere of supreme knowledge . All concentration comes with dropping the divisions of mind . Infact , all these divisions are superficial , being concentrated is being in the most natural state of mind .

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Questions and Answeres : Wisdom Stimulus 146: Application of Bhagvad Gita in Management

Prakash : How to control the wandering mind ?

Sri Joydip : Mind always moves outward due to desire . More the mind moves outward , more is the wandering mind . To stop the wandering of the mind one has to bring back the mind in its source . That can be only done when one practices desirelessness, as desire takes the mind outward. That’s why Krishna ask to perform desire less action , Focussed love , and attain desire less knowledge . It is then the wandering mind becomes silent.