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400 Positive Thinking Quotes from Bhagavad Gita (2023)

1. “Curving back within myself I create again and again.”


2. “We are not cabin-dwellers, born to a life cramped and confined; we are meant to explore, to seek, to push the limits of our potential as human beings. The world of the senses is just a base camp: we are meant to be as much at home in consciousness as in the world of physical reality.”


3. In the dark night of all beings awakes to Light the tranquil man. But what is day to other beings is night for the sage who sees.


4. ‘The Lord dwells in the hearts of all creatures and whirls them round upon the wheel of maya (the illusion or appearance of the phenomenal world)’


5. “His judgment will be better and his vision clear if he is not emotionally entangled in the outcome of what he does.”


6. ‘A gift is pure when it is given from the heart to the right person at the right time and at the right place, and when we expect nothing in return’


7. “I am death, which overcomes all, and the source of all beings still to be born.”


8. “Seek refuge in the attitude of detachment and you will amass the wealth of spiritual awareness. The one who is motivated only by the desire for the fruits of their action, and anxious about the results, is miserable indeed.”


9. “SHOW GOOD WILL TO ALL


10. “He is the source of light in all luminous objects. He is beyond the darkness of matter and is unmanifested. He is knowledge, He is the object of knowledge, and He is the goal of knowledge. He is situated in everyone’s heart.”


11. “If you fail to achieve your goal, change the strategy, not the goal”


12. But what is a day to other beings is a night for the sage who sees.’


13. The immature think that knowledge and action are different, but the wise see them as the same. -The Bhagavad Gita


14. There is neither this world, nor the world beyond. nor happiness for the one who doubts.


15. “The one who sees inaction in action, and action in inaction, is a wise person.” – Chapter 4, Verse 18


16. “The spirit is beyond destruction. No one can bring an end to the spirit, which is everlasting.”


17. “Free from all thoughts of ‘I’ and ‘mine’, man finds absolute peace.”


18. “Krishna tells Gita to Arjuna” by “Mahavir Prasad Mishra“, licensed under CC0


19. The society unable to be strong u0026 in order for later kingship to keep the queens plus maintain a hierarchy introduced ‘marriage’


20. “Fret not yourself; things are as they should be. There is nothing that can be done to alter them, for fate will have its way.” – Bhagavad Gita 6:33


21. Earth, water, fire, air, akasha, mind, intellect, and ego – these are the eight divisions of my prakriti. -The Bhagavad Gita


22. Left to itself, the mind goes on repeating the same old habitual patterns of personality. By training the mind, however, anyone can learn to step in and change old ways of thinking; that is the central principle of yoga. -The Bhagavad Gita


23. You have the right to work, but never to the fruit of work. You should never engage in action for the sake of reward, nor should you long for inaction. -The Bhagavad Gita


24. “They alone see truly who see the Lord the same in every creature, who see the deathless in the hearts of all those that die. Seeing the same Lord everywhere, they do not harm themselves or others!”


25. Actions do not cling to me because I am not attached to their results. Those who understand this and practice it live in freedom.


26. “There is nothing lost or wasted in this life.”


27. “Fear not. What is not real, never was and never will be. What is real, always was and cannot be destroyed”


28. “Refusing to yield to dualities is your sacred duty. Do it; stay unmoved by them. Or your mind will be in constant turmoil.”


29. “The wise see that there is action in the midst of inaction and inaction in the midst of action.” – Chapter 4, Verse 18


30. “Let your mind not dwell on past mistakes; rather, strive for that which is yet to come.” – Bhagavad Gita 2:40


31. “The wise grieve neither for the living nor the dead. There was never a time when you and I and all the kings gathered here have not existed and nor will there be a time when we will cease to exist.”


32. “The key to happiness is reduction of desires.”


33. When a person responds to the joys and sorrows of others as if they were his own, he has attained the highest state of spiritual union. -The Bhagavad Gita


34. “Just hold on to the present-moment attention constantly. All dualities that torment you get destroyed automatically.”


35. “Truly, greatness is attained by those who are not attached to success or failure; they accept both with equal grace and go on doing their work.” – Bhagavad Gita 2:15


36. No one who does good work will ever come to a bad end, either here or in the world to come.


37. “The battlefield is a perfect backdrop, but Gita’s subject is the war within, the struggle for self-mastery that every human being must wage if he or she is to emerge from life victorious.”


38. “Winter, summer, happiness, and pain; Giving, appearing, disappearing; Non-permanent, all of them; Just try to tolerate.”


39. A man’s own self is his foe


40. “That one is dear to me who runs not after the pleasant or away from the painful, grieves not, lusts not, but lets things come and go as they happen.”


41. “Let your thoughts be fixed on what is right, and you will never fail.” – Bhagavad Gita 11:33


42. “Through selfless service, you will always be fruitful and find the fulfillment of your desires.”


43. “Work for work’s sake, not for yourself. Act, but do not be attached to your actions. Be in the world, but not of it.”


44. ‘Little by little, through patience and repeated effort, you can control your mind.’


45. We are kept from our goal, not by obstacles, but by a clear path to a lesser goal.


46. Set thy heart upon thy work, but never on its reward. -The Bhagavad Gita


47. “They live in wisdom, those who see themselves in all and all in them.”


48. “For the senses wander, and when one lets the mind follow them, it carries wisdom away like a windblown ship on the waters.”


49. Seek refuge in the attitude of detachment and you will amass the wealth of spiritual awareness. Those who are motivated only by a desire for the fruits of action are miserable, for they are constantly anxious about the results of what they do. -The Bhagavad Gita


50. “Detachment from material things is the way to inner peace.”


51. “Man is made by his belief. As he believes, so he is!”


52. Whatever happened, happened for the good. Whatever is happening, is happening for the good. Whatever will happen, will also happen for the good. -The Bhagavad Gita


53. I enter into each planet, and by My energy, they stay in orbit. I become the moon and thereby supply the juice of life to all vegetables. -The Bhagavad Gita


54. “Do your work with the welfare of others always in mind.”


55. “One who neither rejoices nor grieves, who neither laments nor desires, and who renounces both auspicious and inauspicious things, such a devotee is very dear to me.”


56. Free from desires, mind and senses under control, renouncing all proprietorship, doing a mere bodily action, one does not incur sin (or Karmic reaction). -The Bhagavad Gita


57. “Whatever has happened has happened for good, whatever is happening is happening for good, and whatever will happen shall also be good.”


58. “The self-controlled soul, who moves amongst sense-objects, free from either attachment or repulsion, wins eternal Peace.”


59. Left to itself, the mind goes on repeating the same old habitual patterns of personality. By training the mind, however, anyone can learn to step in and change old ways of thinking.


60. The soul is neither born and nor does it die. -The Bhagavad Gita


61. From attraction arises desire, the lust of possession, and this leads to passion, to anger.’


62. Man is made by his belief. As he believes, so he is.


63. “One who has control over the mind is tranquil in heat and cold, in pleasure and pain, and in honor and dishonor.” – Chapter 6, Verse 7


64. “When a man dwells on the pleasure of sense, attraction for them arises in him. From attraction arises desire, the lust of possession, and this leads to passion, to anger.


65. “And know for certain that Krishna will resolve everything in the end, in a way you would never imagine.”


66. I am the butter and the fire and the offering.’


67. Do your work with the welfare of others always in mind.


68. “The wise man should control his mind, which is as hard to restrain as the wind; a man of wisdom will certainly succeed in controlling it.” – Bhagavad Gita 6:34


69. It is better to live your own destiny imperfectly but happily than to live an imitation of somebody’s life with perfection and sorrow.


70. ‘Action is better than inaction,’ so do what you have to do.’


71. You came here empty-handed and so will you leave. What is yours today belonged to someone else yesterday. And Tomorrow someone else will call it his.


72. “Every selfless act, Arjuna, is born from Brahman, the eternal, infinite Godhead. He is present in every act of service. All life turns on this law, O Arjuna. Whoever violates it, indulging his senses for his own pleasure and ignoring the needs of others, has wasted his life. But those who realize he Self are always satisfied. Having found the source of joy and fulfillment, they no longer seek happiness from the external world. They have nothing to gain or lose by any action; neither people nor things can affect their security. Strive constantly to serve the welfare of the world; by devotion to selfless work one attains the supreme goal of life. Do your work with the welfare of others always in mind.”


73. “You have the right to work, but only for the work’s sake. You have no right to the fruits of your work.” – Chapter 2, Verse 47


74. Happiness is of the soul. The soul can never be cut to pieces. Nor burned by fire, nor moistened by water or withered by the wind.


75. “In the dark night of all beings awakes to Light the tranquil man. But what is day to other beings is night for the sage who sees.”


76. Just as the dweller in this body passes through childhood, youth and old age, so at death he merely passes into another kind of body. The wise are not deceived by that. -The Bhagavad Gita


77. The impermanent appearance of happiness and distress and their disappearance in due course are like the appearance and disappearance of winter and summer seasons. They arise from a sense of perception, and one must learn to tolerate them without being disturbed.


78. No one who does good work will ever come to a bad end, either here or in the world to come. -The Bhagavad Gita


79. ‘No one who does good work will ever come to a bad end, either here or in the world to come’


80. If life is to live freely, then the thoughts filled in mind will have to be empty


81. Happiness is a state of mind and has nothing to do with the external world.


82. “The nonpermanent appearance of happiness and distress, and their disappearance in due course, are like the appearance and disappearance of winter and summer seasons.They arise from sense perception,and one must learn to tolerate them without being disturbed.”


83. “The happiness which comes from long practice, which leads to the end of suffering, which at first is like poison, but at last like nectar – this kind of happiness arises from the serenity of one’s own mind.”


84. Self-knowledge turns to ash all actions of dualities on your mind and brings you inner peace.’


85. “He who has no attachments can love others, for his love is pure and divine.” – Chapter 5, Verse 7


86. “When you feel the suffering of every living thing in your own heart that is consciousness.”


87. Self-knowledge turns to ash all actions of dualities on your mind and brings you inner peace.


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


89. “One who has control over the mind is tranquil in heat and cold, pleasure and pain, and in honour and dishonor.” – Chapter 6, Verse 7


90. “Be steadfast in yoga, O Arjuna. Perform your duty and abandon all attachment to success or failure. Such evenness of mind is called yoga.” – Chapter 2, Verse 48


91. ‘Do your work with the welfare of others always in mind.’


92. Lust, anger and greed are the three gates to self-destructive hell.


93. Anything in this world can be achieved or overcome through the “Power of will”


94. It is Nature that causes all movement. Deluded by the ego, the fool harbors the perception that says “I did it”. -The Bhagavad Gita


95. Pleasures conceived in the world of the senses have a beginning and an end and give birth to misery.


96. Through constant effort over many lifetimes, a person becomes purified of all selfish desires and attains the supreme goal of life.


97. The peace of God is with them whose mind and soul are in harmony, who are free from desire and wrath, who know their own soul. -The Bhagavad Gita


98. Pleasures conceived in the world of the senses have a beginning and an end and give birth to misery. -The Bhagavad Gita


99. “To the illumined man or woman, a clod of dirt, a stone, and gold are the same.”


100. “Live a well-balanced life, it will bring peace.”


101. Blessed is a human birth, even the dwellers in heaven desire this birth, for true knowledge and pure love may be attained only by a human being. -The Bhagavad Gita


102. “Selfish action imprisons the world. Act selflessly, without any thought of personal profit.”


103. “There is only one desire in life which is good and the desire for the means to realize it is also good.”


104. the struggle for self-mastery that every human being must wage if he or she is to emerge from life victorious. -The Bhagavad Gita


105. “It is better to live your own destiny imperfectly than to live an imitation of somebody else’s life with perfection.”


106. What is not is not real, never was and never will be. What is real, always was and cannot be destroyed


107. If you fail to achieve your goal, change the strategy, not the goal


108. “We are kept from our goal not by obstacles but by a clear path to a lesser goal.”


109. We’re kept from our goal not by obstacles, but by a clear path to a lesser goal.


110. “Those established in Self-realization control their senses instead of letting their senses control them.”


111. “The wise man lets go of all results, whether good or bad, and is focused on the action alone.”


112. “Man is made by his belief. As he believes, so he is”


113. “Set thy heart upon thy work, but never on its reward.”


114. “When a man dwells on the pleasure of sense, attraction for them arises in him. From attraction arises desire, the lust of possession, and this leads to passion, to anger. From passion comes confusion of mind, then loss of remembrance, the forgetting of duty. From this loss comes the ruin of reason, and the ruin of reason leads man to destruction.”


115. “Amongst thousands of persons, hardly one strives for perfection; and amongst those who have achieved perfection, hardly one knows me in truth.”


116. Some people spread happiness wherever they go, others create happiness wherever they go!


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


118. “The wise see that there is no difference between one’s happiness and the happiness of others.” – Chapter 6, Verse 32


119. “By conquering anger, by steady practice, and by obedience to one’s teacher, a man can attain perfection in his life.” – Bhagavad Gita 4:37


120. Develop the right attitude towards your job and even the most mundane work becomes a source of joy


121. “Meet this transient world with neither grasping nor fear, trust the unfolding of life and you will attain true serenity.”


122. Why do you worry unnecissarily? Whom do you fear? Who can kill you? The soul is neither born nor dies


123. The person is the same; he is simply experiencing the play of the gunas. As long as he identifies with his body and mind, he is at the mercy of this play. -The Bhagavad Gita


124. He is the source of light in all luminous objects. He is beyond the darkness of matter and is unmanifested. He is knowledge, He is the object of knowledge, and He is the goal of knowledge. He is situated in everyone’s heart. -The Bhagavad Gita


125. “Whatever action is performed by a great man, common men follow in his footsteps, and whatever standards he sets by exemplary acts, all the world pursues.”


126. “This pleasure, which appears as poison in the beginning but is like nectar in the end, comes by the grace of Self-knowledge.”


127. The wise unify their consciousness and abandon attachment to the fruits of action. -The Bhagavad Gita


128. “No one who does good work will ever come to a bad end, either here or in the world come”


129. “For those who wish to climb the mountain of spiritual awareness, the path is selfless work. For those who have attained the summit of union with the Lord, the path is stillness, peace and selfless work.”


130. “Fire turns firewood to ash. Self-knowledge turns to ash all actions of dualities on your mind and brings you inner peace.”


131. This pleasure, which appears as poison in the beginning but is like nectar in the end, comes by the grace of Self-knowledge. -The Bhagavad Gita


132. “Those who are wise, serene, and steadfast in the practice of yoga, see the Self in every creature and all creation in the Self.” – Chapter 6, Verse 29


133. “My dear Arjuna, how have these impurities come upon you? They are not at all befitting a man who knows the value of life. They lead not to higher planets, but to infamy. O son of Prtha, do not yield to this degrading impotence, that it does not become you. Give up such petty weakness of heart and arise, O chastiser of the enemy.”


134. I have become Death, the destroyer of worlds. -The Bhagavad Gita


135. “Krishna says: "Arjuna, I am the taste of pure water and the radiance of the sun and moon. I am the sacred word and the sound heard in air, and the courage of human beings. I am the sweet fragrance in the earth and the radiance of fire; I am the life in every creature and the striving of the spiritual aspirant”


136. “He who is deluded by the ego thinks, I am the doer.”


137. “The power of God is with you at all times; through the activities of mind, senses, breathing, and emotions; and is constantly doing all the work using you as a mere instrument.”


138. “You are what you believe in. You become that which you believe you can become.”


139. “Performing the duty prescribed by (one’s own) nature, one incurreth no sin.”


140. We are like fish out of water; Just as fish cannot be happy unless he is in water; We cannot be happy apart from the spiritual world.


141. Actions do not cling to me because I am not attached to their results. Those who understand this and practice it live in freedom. -The Bhagavad Gita


142. A person can rise through the efforts of his own mind; or draw himself down, in the same manner. Because each person is his own friend or enemy.


143. We are not cabin-dwellers, born to a life cramped and confined; we are meant to explore, to seek, to push the limits of our potential as human beings. The world of the senses is just a base camp: we are meant to be as much at home in consciousness as in the world of physical reality. -The Bhagavad Gita


144. “One who has control over the senses, and is free from attachment, fear, and anger; such a one is dear to everyone.” – Bhagavad Gita 12:13


145. Man is made by his belief. As he believes, so he is. -The Bhagavad Gita


146. Perform all work carefully, guided by compassion. -The Bhagavad Gita


147. Those established in Self-realization control their senses instead of letting their senses control them. -The Bhagavad Gita


148. Everything we do produces karma in the mind. In fact, it is in the mind rather than the world that karma’s seeds are planted. -The Bhagavad Gita


149. “Through selfless service, you will always be fruitful and find the fulfillment of your desires”


150. The nonpermanent appearance of happiness and distress, and their disappearance in due course, are like the appearance and disappearance of winter and summer seasons. They arise from sense perception, and one must learn to tolerate them without being disturbed. -The Bhagavad Gita


151. ‘Causes and results, including emotional opposites, are things that come and go. This knowledge helps you endure them all.’


152. My illusion is dispelled by Your profound words, that You spoke out of compassion towards me, about the supreme secret of the Self. -The Bhagavad Gita


153. “Refusing to yield to dualities is your sacred duty. Do it; stay unmoved by them. Or your mind’ll be in constant turmoil.”


154. ‘There is nothing lost or wasted in this life.’


155. When meditation is mastered, the mind is unwavering like the flame of a lamp in a windless place. -The Bhagavad Gita


156. “Amongst thousands of persons, hardly one strives for perfection; and amongst those who have achieved perfection, hardly one knows me in truth. (7,3)”


157. “The disciplined mind leads to happiness, and the undisciplined mind leads to suffering.” – Chapter 6, Verse 5


158. We ourselves are responsible for what happens to us, whether or not we can understand how. It follows that we can change what happens to us by changing ourselves; we can take our destiny into our own hands. -The Bhagavad Gita


159. He who has no attachments can love others, For his love is pure and divine. And it is from those small acts of love you truly can be happy.


160. Change is the law of the universe. You can be a millionaire or a pauper in an instant. -The Bhagavad Gita


161. One has to learn tolerance in the face of dualities such as happiness and stress, warmth and cold and by tolerating such dualities become free from anxieties regarding gain or loss.


162. “A gift is pure when it is given from the heart to the right person at the right time and the right place, and when we expect nothing in return.”


163. “When you fight, fight like a man,


164. “For those who wish to climb the mountain of spiritual awareness, the path is selfless work. For those who have attained the summit of union with the Lord, the path is stillness, peace, and selfless work.”


165. “You have the right to work, but never to the fruit of the work. You should never engage in action for the sake of Reward, nor should you long for Inaction.”


166. “Neither in this world nor elsewhere is there any happiness in store for him who always doubts.”


167. Act, but do not be attached to your actions. Be in the world, but not of it.’


168. “A man should think himself satisfied with that which comes naturally and kindly to him, for there is no end to desires.” – Bhagavad Gita 6:7


169. “From passion comes the confusion of mind, then the loss of remembrance, the forgetting of duty, From this loss comes the ruin of reason, and the ruin of reason leads man to destruction.”


170. “Be calm, Do love and practiced selflessness.”


171. Therefore grieve not for what is inevitable.’


172. ‘Death is as sure for that which is born, as birth is for that which is dead. Therefore grieve not for what is inevitable.’


173. “Death is as sure for that which is born, as birth is for that which is dead. Therefore grieve not for what is inevitable.”


174. For even if the greatest sinner worships me with all his soul, he must be considered righteous, because of his righteous will. And he shall soon become pure and reach everlasting peace. For this is my word of promise, that he who loves me shall not perish. -The Bhagavad Gita


175. “Perform all work carefully, guided by compassion.”


176. “You are such a negative thinker.” We may receive this discouraging feedback if we tend to look at problems in a given situation. Such labels [...]


177. “In the dark night of all beings awake to Light is the tranquil man. But what a day is to other beings is a night for the sage who sees.”


178. “Through selfless service, you will always be fruitful and find the fulfilment of your desires.”


179. All that we are is the result of what we have thought. We are made of our thoughts; we are molded by our thoughts. -The Bhagavad Gita


180. ‘Karm karo, phal ki chinta mat karo’ is the wisest message the Bhagwad Gita gives us. Today, we are working only for money, a better house, a car, and for a secure future. We are so goal-driven, that we do everything only on thinking about the results. For instance, we all work extra hours during our appraisal time, thinking that our bosses will rate us highly on our performance evaluation. This is something we need to avoid. Only because, if expectations are not met, pain is inevitable. Therefore, keep working and don’t expect anything in return.


181. “No one who does good work will ever come to a bad end, either here or in the world come.”


182. “The wise see that there is action in the midst of inaction and inaction during the action.” – Chapter 4, Verse 18


183. He alone sees truly ho sees the lord the same in every creature, seeing the same lord everywhere, he does not harm himself or others


184. “The wise man should make the best use of his time; for life is short and uncertain.” – Bhagavad Gita 5:16


185. ‘A man’s own self is his friend. A man’s own self is his enemy.’


186. “Meet this transient world with neither grasping nor fear, trust the unfolding of life, and you will attain true serenity.”


187. And stay unmoved in attention. Actions and results can’t distress you then.’


188. “As a kindled fire reduces wood to ashes, so does the fire knowledge burn all reactions from material activities to ashes.”


189. “Perform your duty and leave the rest to God.” – Chapter 2, Verse 47


190. Anyone who is steady in his determination for the advanced stage of spiritual realization and can equally tolerate the onslaughts of distress and happiness is certainly a person eligible for liberation. -The Bhagavad Gita


191. Fear not. What is not is not real, never was and never will be. What is real, always was and cannot be destroyed


192. “What is night to others, may be day to the wise; and what others consider as day, may be night for those who have knowledge.” – Bhagavad Gita 2:69


193. Without ego-involvement and without getting entangled in whether things work out the way we want; only then will we not fall into the terrible net of karma. We cannot hope to escape karma by refraining from our duties: even to survive in the world, we must act. -The Bhagavad Gita


194. ‘Refusing to yield to dualities is your sacred duty. Do it; stay unmoved by them. Or your mind’ll be in constant turmoil.’


195. “A gift is pure when it is given from the heart to the right person at the right time and at the right place, and when we expect nothing in return.”


196. Causes and results, including emotional opposites, are things that come and go. This knowledge helps you endure them all.


197. “Those who are motivated only by desire for the fruits of action are miserable, for they are constantly anxious about the results of what they do.”


198. There was never a time when I did not exist, nor you, nor any of these kings. Nor is there any future in which we shall cease to be. -The Bhagavad Gita


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


200. Through selfless service, you will always be fruitful and find the fulfillment of your desires


201. Thus the Gita places human destiny entirely in human hands. Its world is not deterministic, but neither is it an expression of blind chance: we shape ourselves and our world by what we believe and think and act on, whether for good or for ill.


202. You grieve for those who should not be grieved for, Yet you speak wise words. Neither for the dead nor those alive do the wise grieve for.


203. There are three gates to this self-destructive hell: lust, anger, and greed. Renounce these three.


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


205. “We are like fish out of water; Just as fish cannot be happy unless he is in water; We cannot be happy apart from the spiritual world.”


206. “In the mind of one devoted to the task, failure is as impossible as success; he never fails in his efforts.” – Bhagavad Gita 6:39


207. “Perform your obligatory duty, because an action is indeed better than inaction.”


208. ‘Fire turns firewood to ash. Self-knowledge turns to ash all actions of dualities on your mind and brings you inner peace.’


209. There is neither this world, nor the world beyond. nor happiness for the one who doubts. -The Bhagavad Gita


210. Selfish action imprisons the world. Act selflessly, without any thought of personal profit. -The Bhagavad Gita


211. I, the atman, dear to the devotees, am attainable by Love and devotion. -The Bhagavad Gita


212. I am the Atma abiding in the heart of all beings. I am also the beginning, the middle, and the end of all beings. -The Bhagavad Gita


213. The true goal of action is knowledge of the Self. -The Bhagavad Gita


214. Calmness, gentleness, silence, self-restraint, and purity: these are the disciplines of the mind.


215. ‘Hypocrisy, arrogance, pride, anger, harshness, and ignorance; these are the marks of those who are born with demonic qualities’


216. He who is rooted in oneness realizes that I am in every being; wherever he goes, he remains in me. When he sees all being as equal in suffering or in joy because they are like himself, that man has grown perfect in yoga. -The Bhagavad Gita


217. “Feelings of heat and cold, pleasure and pain, are caused by the contact of the senses with their objects. They come and they go, never lasting long. You must accept them.”


218. Whatever is happening, is happening for the good. Whatever will happen, will also happen for the good


219. He who has no attachments can really love others, for his love is pure and divine. -The Bhagavad Gita


220. You are what you believe in. You become that which you believe you can become.


221. “Kişi nesneleri düşündüğünde, bunlara karşı bir bağımlılık ortaya çıkar; bağımlılıktan arzu doğar; arzudan öfke doğar. Öfkeden yanılgı gelir; yanılgıdan aklın yitimi; aklın yitiminden ayrım kabiliyetinin çöküşü gelir. Ayrım kabiliyetinin yok oluşuyla kişi mahvolur.”


222. “Seek refuge in the attitude of detachment and you will amass the wealth of spiritual awareness. Those who are motivated only by desire for the fruits of action are miserable, for they are constantly anxious about the results of what they do. When consciousness is unified, however, all vain anxiety is left behind. There is no cause for worry, whether things go well or ill.”


223. “Think positively,” is an oft-circulated message in our self-help steeped culture. And it’s helpful to the extent it encourages us to look at a glass [...]


224. “Arise, slay thy enemies, enjoy a prosperous kingdom,”


225. “No one who does good work will ever come to a bad end, either here or in the world.”


226. By serving me with steadfast Love, a man or woman goes beyond the Gunas. Such a one is fit for union with Brahman. -The Bhagavad Gita


227. To refrain from selfish acts is one kind of renunciation, called sannyasa; to renounce the fruit of action is another, called Tyaga.


228. “If life is to live freely, then the thoughts filled in mind will have to be empty”


229. “One who neither rejoices nor grieves, who neither laments nor desires, and who renounces both auspicious and inauspicious things — such a devotee is very dear to Me.”


230. “It is better to live your destiny imperfectly than to live an imitation of somebody else’s life with perfection.”


231. “The highest wisdom is to know the ultimate reality, the supreme Brahman, and to see all beings in the Self and the Self in all beings.” – Chapter 5, Verse 19


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


233. “The Power of God is with you all the time.”


234. death is no more traumatic than taking off an old coat. -The Bhagavad Gita


235. You have a right to perform your prescribed duties, but you are not entitled to the fruits of your actions.


236. “Pleasures conceived in the world of the senses have a beginning and an end and give birth to misery, Arjuna.”


237. Thus the Gita places human destiny entirely in human hands. Its world is not deterministic, but neither is it an expression of blind chance: we shape ourselves and our world by what we believe and think and act on, whether for good or for ill. -The Bhagavad Gita


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


239. You become that which you believe you can become.’


240. No one can bring an end to the spirit, which is everlasting.’


241. “Perform your obligatory duty, because action is indeed better than inaction.”


242. “We ourselves are responsible for what happens to us, whether or not we can understand how. It follows that we can change what happens to us by changing ourselves; we can take our destiny into our own hands.”


243. “Those whose faith is deep and who have practised controlling their mind and senses attain divine knowledge. Through such transcendental knowledge, They quickly attain everlasting supreme peace.”


244. Be aware of me always, adore me, make every act an offering to me, and you shall come to me; this I promise; for you are dear to me. -The Bhagavad Gita


245. That one is dear to me who runs not after the pleasant or away from the painful, grieves not, lusts not, but lets things come and go as they happen.


246. Act selflessly, without any thought of personal profit.


247. “Left to itself, the mind goes on repeating the same old habitual patterns of personality. By training the mind, however, anyone can learn to step in and change old ways of thinking; that is the central principle of yoga:”


248. Out of compassion, I destroy the darkness of their ignorance. From within them I light the lamp of wisdom and dispel all darkness from their lives. -The Bhagavad Gita


249. ‘One who neither rejoices nor grieves, who neither laments nor desires, and who renounces both auspicious and inauspicious things — such a devotee is very dear to Me(Lord Krishna)’


250. Man is made by his belief. As he believes, so he is


251. “A man’s own self is his friend. A man’s own self is his foe.”


252. “That one is dear to me who runs not after the pleasant or away from the painful, grieves not, lusts not, but let things come and go as they happen.”


253. “That person, who gives up all material desires and lives free from a sense of greed, proprietorship, and egoism, attains perfect peace.”


254. Free from all thoughts of ‘I’ and ‘mine’, man finds absolute peace.


255. Better indeed is knowledge than mechanical practice. Better than knowledge is meditation. But better still is a surrender of attachment to results, because there follows immediate peace.


256. “Meditate, and be free from fear; be happy always! Be filled with joy, do good works, and make the most of life.” – Bhagavad Gita 5:21


257. ‘You have the right to work, but never to the fruit of work.’


258. His judgment will be better and his vision clear if he is not emotionally entangled in the outcome of what he does. -The Bhagavad Gita


259. ‘They live in wisdom who see themselves in all and all in them.’


260. Change is the law of the universe. You can be a millionaire, or a pauper in an instant.


261. When a person responds to the joys and sorrows of others as if they were his own, he has attained the highest state of spiritual union.


262. As he believes, so he is


263. ‘Those who are motivated only by desire for the fruits of action are miserable, for they are constantly anxious about the results of what they do.’


264. “Whatever has happened has happened for good, whatever is happening is happening for good, whatever will happen, shall also be good.”


265. “I am born in every age to protect the good, to destroy evil, and to reestablish dharma.”


266. ‘What ever has happened is happened for good , what ever is happening is happening for good, what ever will happen, shall also be good.’


267. “Persevere in your efforts, and you will certainly succeed. Even a small effort counts if it is made with full devotion.” – Bhagavad Gita 6:36


268. One can become whatever one wants to be if one constantly contemplates on the object of desire with faith


269. “Happiness derived from a combination of the senses and the sense objects is always a cause of distress and should be avoided by all means.”


270. “You are only entitled to the action, never to its fruits.”


271. “They alone see truly who see the Lord the same in every creature, who see the deathless in the hearts of all that die. Seeing the same Lord everywhere, they do not harm themselves or others.!”


272. “They live in wisdom who see themselves in all and all in them.”


273. The man who sees me in everything and everything within me will not be lost to me, nor will I ever be lost to him. -The Bhagavad Gita


274. “Sinful actions do not affect those who fulfil their duties with no attachment, yielding the outcomes to the Supreme Lord, like a lotus that is unaffected by mud.”


275. It is I who remain seated in the heart of all creatures as the inner controller of all; and it is I who am the source of memory, knowledge and the ratiocinative faculty. Again, I am the only object worth knowing through the Vedas; I alone am the origin of Vedānta and the knower of the Vedas too. -The Bhagavad Gita


276. Do everything you have to do, but not with greed, not with ego, not with lust, not with envy but with Love, compassion, humility, and devotion. -The Bhagavad Gita


277. “The effort never goes to waste, and there is no failure. Even a little effort toward spiritual awareness will protect you from the greatest fear.”


278. A gift is pure when it is given from the heart to the right person at the right time and at the right place, and when we expect nothing in return. -The Bhagavad Gita


279. The soul is neither born, and nor does it die


280. The wise grieve neither for the living nor for the dead. There was never a time when you and I and all the kings gathered here have not existed and nor will there be a time when we will cease to exist. -The Bhagavad Gita


281. “Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self.” – Chapter 6, Verse 19


282. Fear of failure, from being emotionally attached to the fruit of work, is the greatest impediment to success. -The Bhagavad Gita


283. “Be aware of me always, adore me, make every act an offering to me, and you shall come to me; this I promise; for you are dear to me.”


284. “Love, tolerance, and selflessness should be practiced.”


285. “There is no failure in the efforts of a man who never loses sight of his goal, who is determined in his pursuit, and whose every thought, word, and deed are all directed towards that end.” – Bhagavad Gita 6:35


286. “Actions do not cling to me because I am not attached to their results. Those who understand this and practice it live in freedom.”


287. “Knowing isn’t enough; one needs to put his knowledge into practice. Willing isn’t enough; one needs to act.”


288. If one is prepared to accept His mercy unlimitedly, then He is prepared to give it unlimitedly


289. This knowledge helps you endure them all.’


290. Seek refuge in the attitude of detachment and you will amass the wealth of spiritual awareness. The one who is motivated only by the desire for the fruits of their action, and anxious about the results, is miserable indeed.


291. “Work for work’s sake, not for yourself. Act but do not be attached to your actions. Be in the world, but not of it.”


292. ‘Renounce your inner dependence on results. And stay unmoved in attention. Actions and results can’t distress you then.’


293. “Be steadfast in the performance of your duty, Abandoning attachment to success and failure. Such equanimity is called Yog.”


294. “If you want to be Great, Think Great and Positive.”


295. “You are what you believe in. You become that which you believe you can become”


296. As a human being puts on new garments, giving up old ones, the soul similarly accepts new material bodies, giving up the old and useless ones


297. Whatever action is performed by a great man, common men follow in his footsteps, and whatever standards he sets by exemplary acts, all the world pursues.


298. “The great souls who know the secret of action and the mystery of the universe practice non-attachment even in the midst of activity.” – Bhagavad Gita 4:19


299. Fettered no more by selfish attachments, they are neither elated by good fortune nor depressed by bad.


300. “The spirit is beyond destruction. No one can bring an end to spirit which is everlasting.


301. A gift is pure when it is given from the heart to the right person, at the right time, at the right place and when we expect nothing in return.


302. “Work for work’s sake, not for yourself. Act but do not be attached to your actions. Be in the world, but not of it,”


303. The rajasic person is full of energy; the tamasic person is sluggish, indifferent, insensitive; the sattvic person, calm, resourceful, compassionate, and selfless. Yet all three are always present at some level of awareness, and their proportions change: their interplay is the dynamics of personality. -The Bhagavad Gita


304. Reshape yourself through the power of your will; never let yourself be degraded by self-will. -The Bhagavad Gita


305. “Lust, Anger, and Greed are the three doors to hell.”


306. Elevate yourself through the power of your mind and not degrade yourself, for the mind can be the friend and also the enemy of the self.


307. “One who sees inaction in action, and action in inaction, is intelligent among men.”


308. A man’s own self is his friend. A man’s own self is his foe


309. You have the right to work, but for the work’s sake only. You have no right to the fruits of work. Desire for the fruits of work must never be your motive in working. Never give way to laziness, either.


310. “One who is peaceful amidst good or evil, whose aim and happiness are within, He is released from material bondage.”


311. Those who are tamasic draw their pleasures from sleep, indolence, and intoxication. Both in the beginning and in the end, this happiness is a delusion. -The Bhagavad Gita


312. “Calmness, gentleness, silence, self-restraint, and purity: these are the disciplines of the mind.”


313. You came empty handed, and you will leave empty handed.


314. The embodied soul is eternal in existence, indestructible, and infinite, only the material body is factually perishable.


315. We never really encounter the world; all we experience is our own nervous system. -The Bhagavad Gita


316. “No one who does good work will ever come to a bad end, either here or in the world to come.”


317. “Arise, slay thy enemies, enjoy a prosperous kingdom.”


318. “One should strive and employ oneself to uplift oneself. One should never dishonor oneself. The self is one’s friend as well as one’s enemy.”


319. “The path of renunciation is one that leads to ultimate peace and bliss. The wise understand this and follow it with joy.” – Bhagavad Gita 6:2


320. “Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.”


321. Hell has three gates: lust, anger and greed. -The Bhagavad Gita


322. “Man is made by his belief. As he believes, so he is.”


323. “One has to learn tolerance in the face of dualities such as happiness and stress, warmth and cold and by tolerating such dualities become free from anxieties regarding gain or loss.”


324. “As a person puts on new garments, giving up old ones, similarly, the soul accepts new material bodies, giving up the old and useless ones.”


325. “A gift is pure when it is given from the heart to the right person at the right time and the right place, and when we expect nothing in return.


326. “Make it easy for yourself. Get organized, and live the moment. Your day-to-day activities should not steal your happiness.”


327. Even a little effort toward spiritual awareness will protect you from the greatest fear.’


328. “All that we are is the result of what we have thought. We are made of our thoughts; we are molded by our thoughts.”


329. “Thus the Gita places human destiny entirely in human hands. Its world is not deterministic, but neither is it an expression of blind chance: we shape ourselves and our world by what we believe and think and act on, whether for good or for ill.”


330. “You have control over action only and never over its fruits; do not let the fruits of actions be your motive, but accomplish your duty (karma) for its own sake.” – Bhagavad Gita 2:47


331. From passion comes confusion of mind, then loss of remembrance, the forgetting of duty. From this loss comes the ruin of reason, and the ruin of reason leads man to destruction.


332. Feelings of heat and cold, pleasure and pain, are caused by the contact of the senses with their objects. They come and they go, never lasting long. You must accept them. -The Bhagavad Gita


333. “Anyone who is steady in his determination for the advanced stage of spiritual realization and can equally tolerate the onslaughts of distress and happiness is certainly a person eligible for liberation.”


334. Some perceive God in the heart by the intellect through meditation; others by the yoga of knowledge; and others by the yoga of work. Some, however, do not understand Brahman, but having heard from others, take to worship. They also transcend death by their firm faith to what they have heard. -The Bhagavad Gita


335. No one becomes a Karma-yogi who has not renounced the selfish motive behind an action. -The Bhagavad Gita


336. The only way you can conquer me is through Love, and there I am gladly conquered. -The Bhagavad Gita


337. ‘One has to learn tolerance in the face of dualities such as happiness and stress, warmth and cold and by tolerating such dualities become free from anxieties regarding gain or loss.’


338. Man is made by his beliefs. As he believes so he is.


339. The person who is not disturbed by happiness and distress and is steady in both is certainly eligible for liberation.


340. “Krishna: "They live in wisdom who see themselves in all and all in them, who have renounced every selfish desire and sense craving tormenting the heart. Neither agitated by grief nor hankering after pleasure, they live free from lust and fear and anger. Established in meditation, they are truly wise. Fettered no more by selfish attachments, they are neither elated by good fortune nor depressed by bad. Such are the seers.”


341. “World’s well-being starts with self-sacrifice.”


342. “But it is I who am the ritual, I the sacrifice, the offering to the ancestors, the healing herb, the transcendental chant. I am the butter and the fire and the offering.”


343. “One who has mastery of the mind is calm in hot and cold, joy and sorrow, praise and humiliation, and is ever steadfast in his or her relationship with the Supreme Self.”


344. The happiness which comes from long practice, which leads to the end of suffering, which at first is like poison, but at last like nectar – this kind of happiness arises from the serenity of one’s own mind.


345. When a man dwells on the pleasure of sense, attraction for them arises in him. From attraction arises desire, the lust of possession, and this leads to passion, to anger.


346. Death is as sure for that which is born, as birth is for that which is dead. Therefore grieve not for what is inevitable.


347. Cultivate vigor, patience, will, purity; avoid malice and pride. -The Bhagavad Gita


348. All happiness in the material world has a beginning and an end, but happiness in Krishna is unlimited, and there is no end.


349. ‘Pleasure from the senses seems like nectar at first, but it is bitter as poison in the end.’


350. “All things come to those who wait; but when the desired thing comes, one must be prepared to act.” – Bhagavad Gita 2:58


351. “The wise understand by the mind, that which cannot be seen but which pervades the universe; that alone is the eternal truth.” – Bhagavad Gita 5:15


352. Happiness is a state of mind, that has nothing to do with the external world


353. “Greed is nothing but intensified desire, while anger is frustrated desire”


354. Be fearless and pure; never waver in your determination or your dedication to the spiritual life. Give freely. Be self-controlled, sincere, truthful, loving, and full of the desire to serve. -The Bhagavad Gita


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


356. “The man whose heart is freed from desire and fear attains the supreme peace that passeth understanding.” – Bhagavad Gita 6:19


357. Curving back within myself I create again and again. -The Bhagavad Gita


358. Performing the duty prescribed by (one’s own) nature, one incurreth no sin. -The Bhagavad Gita


359. “When meditation is mastered,


360. When consciousness is unified, however, all vain anxiety is left behind. There is no cause for worry, whether things go well or ill. -The Bhagavad Gita


361. “By perseverance, a man can even climb to the heavens; he who is determined will never fail.” – Bhagavad Gita 8:7


362. “Seek refuge in the attitude of detachment, and you will amass the wealth of spiritual awareness. Those who are motivated only by the desire for the fruits of action are miserable, for they are constantly anxious about the results of what they do. When consciousness is unified, however, all vain anxiety is left behind. There is no cause for worry, whether things go well or ill.”


363. “You have the right to work, but for the work's sake only. You have no right to the fruits of work. Desire for the fruits of work must never be your motive in working. Never give way to laziness, either.


364. The real sense of happiness is not cursing your destiny, Not wanting every second to change your scene, to change another mind, But to change your own mind to change the world.


365. “You have a right to perform your prescribed duties, but you are not entitled to the fruits of your actions.”


366. “If one offers Me with love and devotion a leaf, a flower, a fruit or water, I will accept it.”


367. “The spirit is beyond destruction. No one can bring an end to spirit which is everlasting.”


368. “On this path effort never goes to waste, and there is no failure. Even a little effort toward spiritual awareness will protect you from the greatest fear.”


369. It is better to live your own destiny imperfectly than to live an imitation of somebody else’s life with perfection. -The Bhagavad Gita


370. “Little by little, through patience and repeated effort, you can control your mind.”


371. “In the dark night of all beings awake to Light the tranquil man. But what is day to other beings is a night for the sage who sees.”


372. Through selfless service, you will always be fruitful and find the fulfillment of your desires.


373. “Left to itself, the mind goes on repeating the same old habitual patterns of personality. By training the mind, however, anyone can learn to step in and change old ways of thinking; that is the central principle of yoga.”


374. The embodied soul is eternal in existence, indestructible, and infinite, only the material body is factually perishable. -The Bhagavad Gita


375. Perform work in this world, Arjuna, as a man established within himself – without selfish attachments, and alike in success and defeat. For yoga is perfect evenness of mind. -The Bhagavad Gita


376. There is neither this world nor the world beyond nor happiness for the one who doubts.


377. “He who has no attachments can really love others, for his love is pure and divine.” – Chapter 5, Verse 7


378. What ineffable joy does one find through Love of me, the blissful Atman. Once that joy is realized, all earthly pleasures fade into nothingness. -The Bhagavad Gita


379. Do it; stay unmoved by them. Or your mind’ll be in constant turmoil.’


380. The happiness which comes from long practice, which leads to the end of suffering, which at first is like poison, but at last like nectar – this kind of happiness arises from the serenity of one’s own mind. -The Bhagavad Gita


381. “The man of steady resolve attains the highest attainment; let no one waver in doubt. Such a one is ever devoted to me in spirit.” – Bhagavad Gita 11:58


382. “If you want to see the brave and bold, look to those who can return love for hatred.”


383. “You have the right to work, but never to the fruit of work. You should never engage in action for the sake of reward, nor should you long for inaction. Perform work in this world, Arjuna, as a man established within himself – without selfish attachments, and alike in success and defeat. For yoga is perfect evenness of mind.”


384. “Better than mechanical practice is knowledge. Better than knowledge is meditation.”


385. “Renounce your inner dependence on results. And stay unmoved in attention. Actions and results can’t distress you then.”


386. A person can rise through the efforts of his own mind; or draw himself down, in the same manner. Because each person is his own friend or enemy. -The Bhagavad Gita


387. “You must do your own work and not depend on others; for none can secure the fruits of your labor.” – Bhagavad Gita 5:10


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


389. A man’s own self is his enemy.’


390. ‘Just hold on to the present-moment attention constantly. All dualities that torment you get destroyed automatically.’


391. “The mind is everything. What you think you become.” – Chapter 6, Verse 40


392. We behold what we are, and we are what we behold. -The Bhagavad Gita


393. Perform your obligatory duty, because an action is indeed better than inaction. -The Bhagavad Gita


394. Perform all thy actions with mind concentrated on the Divine, renouncing attachment and looking upon success and failure with an equal eye. Spirituality implies equanimity. -The Bhagavad Gita


395. “You are what you believe in, You become that which you believe you can become”


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


397. ‘If you want to see the brave and bold, look to those who can return love for hatred.’


398. Make it easy for yourself. Get Organized, and Live the moment. Your day-to-day activities should not steal your happiness.


399. I regard as great even the smallest gift offered by my devotees in pure love, but even great offerings presented by non-devotees do not please me. -The Bhagavad Gita


400. “Sendo assim, partindo do meu Ser, Eu manifesto a criação inteira, e a Mim a faço regressar novamente, e esse ciclo se repete muitas vezes, seguindo os círculos de tempo. Não obstante, minha natureza não sofre alteração nem se vê atada ao vastíssimo desenvolvimento da criação. Eu Sou o que Eu Sou, apenas observo o drama de todo o processo.”


401. “16 I am the ritual and the sacrifice; I am true medicine and the mantram. I am the offering and the fire which consumes it, and the one to whom it is offered. 17 I am the father and mother of this universe, and its grandfather too; I am its entire support. I am the sum of all knowledge, the purifier, the syllable Om; I am the sacred scriptures, the Rig, Yajur, and Sama Vedas. 18 I am the goal of life, the Lord and support of all, the inner witness, the abode of all. I am the only refuge, the one true friend; I am the beginning, the staying, and the end of creation; I am the womb and the eternal seed. 19 I am heat; I give and withhold the rain. I am immortality and I am death; I am what is and what is not.”


402. “We must act in a selfless spirit, Krishna says, without ego-involvement and without getting entangled in whether things work out the way we want; only then will we not fall into the terrible net of karma. We cannot hope to escape karma by refraining from our duties: even to survive in the world, we must act.”


403. ‘Neither in this world nor elsewhere is there any happiness in store for him who always doubts.’


404. ‘The effort never goes waste, and there is no failure. Even a little effort toward spiritual awareness will protect you from the greatest fear.’


405. “The knowledge of even the most discerning gets covered by this perpetual enemy in the form of insatiable desire, Which is never satisfied and burns like fire.”


406. “Self-control is the Mantra of Success”


407. Wherever the mind wanders, restless and diffuse in its search for satisfaction without, lead it within; train it to rest in the Self.


408. “Negativity around is not the problem. The problem is when that negativity gets inside you.”


409. While seeing or hearing, touching or smelling; eating, moving about, or sleeping; breathing or speaking, letting go or holding on, even opening or closing the eyes, they understand that these are only the movements of the senses among sense objects. -The Bhagavad Gita


410. As he believes, so he is.’


411. “Those who eat too much or eat too little, who sleep too much or sleep too little, will not succeed in meditation. But those who are temperate in eating and sleeping, work and recreation, will come to the end of sorrow through meditation.”


412. The key to happiness is the reduction of desires.


413. Meet this transient world with neither grasping nor fear, trust the unfolding of life and you will attain true serenity.


414. All dualities that torment you get destroyed automatically.’


415. But of all, I could name, verily love is the highest. Love & devotion that make one forgetful of everything else, Love that unites the lover with me. -The Bhagavad Gita


416. “It is lust alone that is born of contact with the mode of passion, and later transformed into anger. Know this as the sinful, All devouring enemy in the world.”


417. When your mind has overcome the confusion of duality, you will attain the state of holy indifference to things you hear and things you have heard. -The Bhagavad Gita


418. “When a man dwells on the pleasure of sense, attraction for them arises in him. From attraction arises desire, the lust of possession, and this leads to passion, to anger. From passion comes the confusion of mind, then loss of remembrance, the forgetting of duty. From this loss comes the ruin of reason. The ruin of reason leads man to destruction.”


419. The food preferred by all is also of three types. So are the sacrifice, austerity, and charity. -The Bhagavad Gita


420. “A gift is pure when it is given from the heart to the right person at the right time and in the right place, and when we expect nothing in return.” – Chapter 17, Verse 20


421. ‘To the illumined man or woman, a clod of dirt, a stone, and gold are the same.’


422. “Arise, slay thy enemies and enjoy a prosperous kingdom.”


423. Lust, anger and greed are the three gates to self-destructive hell. -The Bhagavad Gita


424. “The effort never goes waste, and there is no failure. Even a little effort toward spiritual awareness will protect you from the greatest fear.”


425. I am the destroyer of the world, who has come to annihilate everyone. Even without your taking part all those arrayed in the (two) opposing ranks will be slain! -The Bhagavad Gita


426. For the senses wander, and when one lets the mind follow them, it carries wisdom away like a windblown ship on the waters. -The Bhagavad Gita


427. You have the right to work, but never to the fruit of work.

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