The Bhagavad Gita is very sacred because it deals with the organic wholeness of Life; and the inbuilt complexity of Life. It affirms the interplay between the microcosm and macrocosm and persuades us to remain united with the ultimate reality, not only to intellectual understanding, but through everything that we do, at every moment. Thus, the deepest spiritual insight concerning the Bhagavad Gita are presented, herein, into the words full of clarity and compassion.
From the Author:
"If I am aware of the nature of my reactions, and movement of my reactions, naturally that awareness will result in freedom from the reaction.
I cannot stop the reaction, because the reactions have been rooted in the subconscious, in the unconscious. I cannot prevent, I cannot renounce, I cannot check them.
But if I am aware, simultaneously of the objective challenge, the subjective reactions and the causes of those reactions, then it results in freedom.
Then the momentum of reaction will not carry me over with it, but I will be ahead of the reactions; I will not be a victim of my reaction, but I will see them as I see the objective challenge.
That for me is meditation. All-inclusive attention while moving in life. Meditation does not involve any mental activity at all."