We all are like Prince Arjuna in our own right- we feel that rightfully, we should be the ‘king’ of our own kingdom, but it seems like due to various life adversities- inherited, of our own making or due to fraud or betrayal on someone’s else part; it seems like we are not getting to live as the King in our own kingdom, but are being made to run around as paupers- hiding and serving others in obscureness!!
But, when you read The Bhagavad Gita quote or message for the week, do not get limited with just that one interpretation that has been provided. See what it says to you… mull on the words of Gita and ask Lord Krishna for guidance.
As you all know, I believe these Divine entities do not belong to any particular religion. If you are wondering what I mean, check out my work on archetypes. It is ofcourse a work in progress but gives some understanding into how these divine beings are various spiritual archetypes that can help and guide us on our path to one-ness.
Most of the time, we are so caught up in our worries, wants and wishes- that we do not hear divine guidance. Calm your mind and listen… let your inner wisdom interpret the words and see how the wisdom from The Bhagavad Gita can help to resolve a particular problem, issue or situation in your life.