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Bhagavad Gita Ch. 18 “Yoga of Liberation through Renunciation” Verses  36, 37, 38 & 39

Lecture discusses three types of Sukha - Happiness.  SatvikaSukha feels like poison in the beginning but in the end it feels like nectar.  Rajasika – Sukha feels like nectar in the beginning but in the end it feels like poison Tamasika – Sukha  feels like poison in the beginning and in the end also it feels like poison.

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 Bhagavad Gita Ch. 18 “Yoga of Liberation through Renunciation” Verses  33, 34,& 35

Lecture discusses three types of Dhruti - Fortitude.  SatvikaDhruti will make the mind focus, optimize the physiological functions in my body and will give capacity to overcome obstacles.  Rajasika – Dhruti may give me success in life but not happiness & TamasikaDhrutii will not let me get out of fear, depression and arrogance.

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Bhagavad Gita Ch. 18 “Yoga of Liberation through Renunciation” Verses  29, 30,31 & 32

Lecture discusses three types of intellect.  Satvika – Buddhi will let me see things as they are and will guide me to right things.  Rajasika – Buddhi will make me do things that will cause more sorrows and unhappiness and Tamasika – Buddhi will make me do things which are completely inappropriate.

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Bhagavad Gita Ch. 18 “Yoga of Liberation through Renunciation” Verses  26, 27 & 28

Lecture discusses three types of doers.  Satvika – doers act without getting affected by success or failure, Rajasika – doers act because of desire to enjoy fruits of actions and Tamasika – doers act without any firm commitment or purity of purpose.