The article, Life Lessons from the Bhagavad Gita, by Charles Shahar in the November 2020 issue of Life Positive was very enlightening. Even though a foreigner, the way Charles has captured the essence of the Gita is remarkable. He has understood the message of the Gita very well.
Anybody with a doubtful mind can get a lot of peace and clarity by reading this article.The average human being often gets lost and trapped in this dualistic world full of ups and downs, pushes and pulls, sorrows and joys. The Gita teaches him how to transcend these limitations and access his higher Self, which is blissful, perfect, and unattached to the changing scenery of the world. Great article.
Rajat Bora, Ranchi
I very much enjoyed Charles Shahar’s excellent article Life Lessons from the Bhagavad Gita in the November 2020 issue of Life Positive. He has captured and offered to the reader, in a clear and powerful way, the essential elements of the Gita: the Gita as allegory, the inner struggle between a human being’s lower and higher natures, becoming free from attachment to things, attaining freedom through meditation, the indescribable nature of the self, and so on. It is important that the scriptures be interpreted properly so their true meaning shines through. I believe that Shahar has done just that.
The Gita is not mere philosophy. It contains many techniques, encompassed in the paths of meditation, devotion, knowledge, and action, which can be applied in the life of a human being to increase happiness and peace and reduce pain and suffering. As Shahar aptly puts it, “It is a guide to the attainment of higher consciousness. The life lessons it imparts are meant for those seeking freedom from the bondage of their mind and senses, and who wish to ultimately realise the essential nature of their true being.” I find the article to be well written and definitely worth the read.
Glen Kezwer, via email
I have been suffering from high blood pressure issues for a long time.
The article by Abhay Kumar Shah on controlling BP through the practice of certain mudras in the November 2020 issue of LP was very helpful. Though the duration of practice is long—48 minutes—I am trying to do it once a day to control my BP, which is much better than taking medicines which thin my blood.
Thank you, Life Positive, for writing about these non-invasive treatment methods.
Sanjeev Rathi, Chandigarh
A delightful read
The article Protected by the Divine in the September 2020 issue was a delight to read. The writer has narrated the incident of his matchmaking with a lot of wit and astuteness. He brought alive the entire scene before us like a picture. Raju, even though younger than his sister, shows concern for her like an elder brother. His love for her was so deep that The Mother herself came to assuage his worry in his dream and seal the bond between the bride and the groom with her blessings.
The writer, Lalit Modi, describes his story with great warmth and simplicity.
Sunita Bhatti, via email
Life-changing Life Positive
I read with interest the articles on the change-makers of society in the April 2020 issue.These people are established in their own fields and provide much-needed help to souls seeking answers to questions and helpthem in various ways.
I feel Life Positive, it’s publisher Mr Aditya Ahluwalia, editor, Shivi Verma, ex-editor Suma Varughese, and all the contributors are change-makers too as they are spreading awareness about spirituality, health, and alternative medicine. Kudos to all of you.
Capt. Surender Chaudhry, via email
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