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With penetrating insight, Paramahansa Yogananda sheds a
clarifying light on the deeper meaning of the Bhagavad Gita's symbology,
and the true intent of India's timeless and universal scripture. He
shows how the warriors doing battle on the field of Kurukshetra
represent the negative tendencies of the human ego pitted against the
divine qualities of the soul, and how the science of Yoga can help us
achieve the joy of material and spiritual victory on the battlefield of
daily life. An inspiring and concise introduction to the spiritual
truths of India's most beloved scripture, these selections from
Yogananda's critically acclaimed two-volume translation of and
commentary on the Bhagavad Gita (God Talks With Arjuna) explain
the step-by-step methods of yoga meditation and right action to achieve
union with Spirit and ultimate liberation. Features Paramahansa
Yogananda's original translation of the Bhagavad Gita for the first time
in sequential form. Topics include:
- Using self-analysis and
introspection for continuous personal growth
- Yoga methods for
creating a life of peace and inner harmony
- Understanding the
psychological forces that help - and those that hinder - spiritual
progress
- Creating an ideal balance of material and spiritual goals

- How to experience the deeper states of meditation and divine
illumination.

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Reviews for The Yoga of the Bhagavad Gita (Self-Realization Fellowship):

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May 20, 2011

This is my third Yogananda book and every book is outstanding. I just started doing an exercise he taught and it works surprisingly well!!! Yogananda was an incredible man who was really spiritually developed and aware, and every question I had from reading the Bible, which I found very confusing, is answered in his books. And for me his books are a welcome breather from the concerns of the modern world. I recommend him for people who grew up Christian and confused - as I did, or for people who This is my third Yogananda book and every book is outstanding. I just started doing an exercise he taught and it works surprisingly well!!! Yogananda was an incredible man who was really spiritually developed and aware, and every question I had from reading the Bible, which I found very confusing, is answered in his books. And for me his books are a welcome breather from the concerns of the modern world. I recommend him for people who grew up Christian and confused - as I did, or for people who want a meditation practice that will really work for them. ...more
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Jun 08, 2018

I’m just speechless, it’s an AMAZING book! Definitely a must, it’s a book to have next to your bed for regular consultation. The whole spiritual path is written in the simplest way posible.
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Feb 18, 2019

A challenging read first time around. I'll read it again. I found the Eknath Easwaran translation a little easier.
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Dec 20, 2018

My introduction to the Bhagavad Gita - very eloquently translated - conveyed the love song in its beauty and esscence, while easily communicating the deeper concepts of the Self and Realization.

Before the actual Gita text begins, Paramahansa Yogananda covers many of the tenets of Yoga, Self-Realization and much of the allegory depicted in the War of Kurukshetra.

Highly recommended for anyone curious about Yoga, the nature of Reality, spirituality, eastern philosophy and genuine lovers of God.
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Apr 05, 2009

I found this book hard to read initially and have left it and returned to it a few times. I have now read it twice and the more my yoga journey unfolds the more I understand it. I think this is the essence of the Bhagavad Gita anyway and the more self realisation you uncover the more you understand of it.
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May 26, 2011

The allegory of the Bhagavad Gita beautifully explained to aid one in understanding the forces within that we struggle with and that inhibit our self-realization. I will be picking up other works by Yogananda such as God Talks With Arjuna which was quoted in this book.
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Feb 14, 2010

Good stuff. Interesting notes on translations here and there. Will read again and again, I'm sure.

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