In the first place, let’s remember that believing in the fact that whatever has happened, has happened for good; whatever is happening, is happening for the good, and whatever will happen will, will also happen for good is the real sense of positivity. This positivity can only come on having blind faith in God. Therefore, God has given us the treasure of positivity and knowledge as Bhagvad Gita. ‘Gita’ is the song of Bhagavan, “Lord” which was sung by the God himself. Therefore, it is often translated as the “song of Lord”. However, “Bha” denotes light and thus, Bhagavan is the one who emits the light that dispels darkness of ignorance. Hence, Bhagvad Gita is the discourse of knowledge. On this account, it is advisable not only to read this course of knowledge, but also to gain the actual essence, which can only be done by rehearsing the teachings of God again and again. Vedvyasa scripted our vedic granths, because he somehow knew that in kaliyuga, people will have a shorted memory span. For this reason, it is recommended to make notes of this little but knowledgeable course. Therefore, without wasting time, start gaining this treasure of knowledge and make sure to take notes of the important point. The first part is the transcendental knowledge; this branch of knowledge describes the importance of the spiritual knowledge, importance of time, importance of self reflection, the partialness of our sensory organs and many other other vital aspects. In the second part, which is the ‘reality of material world’, you’ll find a mention of sorrows that this material world has, like birth, diseases, old age, death. It will also give you a non deniable reason of attaining moksha. In the third part “the knowledge of the absolute”, we gained some knowledge about shastras, such as acknowledging the facts like, “in today’s date only 6% of our vedic texts exist, rest have all vanished”; “Bhagvad Gita and Srimad Bhadvat are two different granthas”; “the knowledge of sampradayas and disciple succession” etc. In the fourth stage, we basically get the glimpse of who we are in reality. We also get to know the five tatvas which surround us and make our planet livable. These tatvas are the Ishvara (God), Jiva (living entities), Prakriti (nature), Kala (the eternal time) and Karma (our actions). Here, we also get to know that we are not this body but the eternal soul. The fifth stage emphasizes on God and his miraculous charms; it says that God is one but has many miraculous powers and it is a sin to confuse God as a personal form with his powers. The sixth part explains us that every living entity on this earth is made up of three elements, Satva guna, Rajo guna and Tamo guna. We, being a part of this material world must have something in common to this world; but we must look forward to the fourth guna, ‘vasudev guna’ the element of God. The seventh and last part enhances the importance of Krishna bhakti, representing it as the only way of getting freedom from the sorrows of this material world and gaining moksha. It explains us that we are only the trustee of our possessions, but the real owner of all our oblations is the one and only Lord Krishna, the supreme personality of godhead. So, without wasting further time Download Now: How to Understand Bhagavad Gita As it Is ? - Advanced Level by Kishan Barai from Amazon&let’s step onto the path to real and permanent happiness.