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He brings a deep integrated understanding of spiritual practice to the table and uses it to fill the heart of the reader. I keep this book as one to return to for inspiration again and again. I have tried reading the Bhagavad Gita Roman Catholic here from age 16 but failed because of how complicated the translations seemed to be. Mostly it was not the language itself but the good knowledge of the background precepts and terms that those translations required from the reader.
I quote that last word because you have to spend some time and experience the teachings first hand to truly understand what this book is trying to say.
I am just glad to have found this book and loving it on my Kindle! The Bhagavad Gita is written in the form of a story about a warrior, Arjuna, who is having an internal conflict of whether or not to fight because he has friends and family on the opposing side. Krishna, who is the Divine, teaches him that he is not his body, and that sacrificing himself will not harm in the end.
In the whole story, Krishna walks Arjuna through all the teachings that will bring him to be one with the Godhead.
I did enjoy this book. I agreed with a lot of the philosophy in it, and I liked how it stated that everything was apart of nature. I also liked how it held people accountable for their own actions.
Being able to relate it to my own life was really good, too. I would rate this book a 4, because it has a really good message, but it can be hard to get into. I found myself underlining things that I thought were really important to life on almost every page, and I got a lot out of it. As ancient Hindu scripture, I was surprised by how compatible it is with Christianity and my own personal, religious beliefs.
The lessons taught are completely Christian!! I anticipate that I will refer to this book a lot in the future--as I would other scriptures.
The Bhagavad Gita: A Walkthrough for Westerners