At Kurukshetra, when Arjun turned to Lord Krishna for advice, he stated him with some philosophical concepts which hold relevance even today. A book that has solutions to all the life problems and answers to all the questions is Bhagwad Gita. Mahatma Gandhi considered Bhagwad Gita as a religious and spiritual dictionary. During the independence movement, it was an inspiration for many freedom fighters and leaders. If you think your life is not on the track and want to get it back on the track then you can read the Geeta Saar, it will help you in bringing your life back on track.

Life lessons to learn from Geeta Saar

1.” Whatever happened, happened for the good. Whatever is happening is happening for the good. Whatever will happen, will also happen for the good.”

Don’t sulk about anything in fact, get over with it. Whatever happens, it happens for a reason. If you’re going through a good phase there is a reason and if you’re going through a bad phase then again there is a reason. It’s basically an ongoing cycle which one has to without any questions accept.

  1. “You have the right to work, but never to the fruit of work.”

One of the most sensible messages Bhagwad Gita Shloka gives out is this. Nowadays, people work for secured future, car, house and money. They are so goal- oriented that they do whatever it takes to get these results. So, Lord Krishna preached that we should keep working without thinking about the results in return.

  1. “Change is the law of the universe. You can be a millionaire or a pauper in an instant.”

In our lives, nothing is permanent i.e. the Earth keeps on revolving, day ends, the night ends and it goes on. Same is with wealth it might stay or might not. But, one has to accept whatever situation they are in and deal with it strongly.

  1. “The soul is neither born, and nor does it die”

If an individual has fear within themselves, they can achieve nothing. Fear has a tendency of killing progress, dreams and even ambition. A fearless individual doesn’t have anything to worry about.

  1. “You came empty handed, and you will leave empty handed.”

In today’s world, everyone is so attached to materialistic things that they tend to forget that will not take them along with them to your grave. Everyone comes empty handed and goes empty handed.

  1. “Lust, anger and greed are the three gates to self-destructive hell.”

Craving for anything more than it is needed is bad. If you get angrier people will start going away from you, if you’ll be very much greedy, you can never satisfy your needs and requirements, if you’ll crave for more sex, you’ll be a pervert.  SO, always have things in their limit.

  1. “When meditation is mastered, the mind is unwavering like the flame of a lamp in a windless place.”

Many people consider meditation boring, but we all need to do it. It’s very relaxing and peaceful to take out few minutes from your busy life and attain some inner peace.