Secret to Learn from Masters

It feels great when we watch divine communication between Arjuna and Lord Krishna in Mahabharata.  When i was going through this communication, i found that Arjuna requested Krishna to reveal his virat roop (Divine Form). On request from his greatest friend and devotee, Lord Krishna warned him that he cannot bear his “Viraat” form.But as Arjuna insisted, Lord Krishna showed him his dangerous “Viraat” form (Reveals divine form).Arjuna started shivering with fear and requested lord Krishna to show his Chaturbhuj (smiling 4 arms form) as he was not feeling comfortable now and his mind was not determined and focussed. Here if we analyze, then we will come to know how true devotee should behave and how we can get more knowledge from our teachers, bosses and gurus. Here Arjuna taught us the method to see both forms of god, by explaining him the effect or results of the activity performed by Lord Krishna. Its just like “Hey Master …  your current activity effected me and my work like this and results are not good, do you have any other tool or management tip that will take me out of such situation ? Please guide me. “. So in this way Arjuna who was Bhaktiyogi(Aestic) also shown that he is Gyaanyogi (Sage) and with full devotion he persisted for both type of qualities of true leader, Lord Krishna.

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Puneet Verma
Puneet Verma, is founder, promoter & author of Mission Green Delhi platform. He is Acumen & Ideo.org certified Human-Centered Design professional as well. You can find more than 600 articles, stories and poems written by him on this online publication. To share thoughts with him, you can whatsapp him at +91- 9910162399. Puneet had worked with The QED Group LLC (www.qedgroupllc.com), Washington DC based International Development sector management consulting firm and looked after their web projects.

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