Those who cannot work on the mind, must work on the body || Acharya Prashant, on Bhagavad Gita(2020)

September 27, 2020 | Acharya Prashant

The one who lives in a gross dimension will find it very difficult to detect something subtle.

Unfortunately, most of us live in very gross dimensions; we find it very difficult to catch hold of, see, and witness thoughts, whereas it is far easier for us to do something with our actions.

You can watch your palm, right? It’s straightforward. But watching your thoughts is not so straightforward. So if you are to do something with your thoughts, it becomes difficult; it is possible only for someone who is living at a subtle level of life — which most of us aren’t.

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Acharya Prashant is an emerging champion of socio-spiritual awakening in the world today. An alumnus of IIT-Delhi and IIM-Ahmedabad, and a former Civil Services officer, Acharya Prashant is an acclaimed Speaker, Vedanta Teacher and author of over 50 books. Apart from that he wears various hats: a veganism promoter, an environmental activist, a science activist, a campaigner against superstition, and a champion of essential human freedom. Know More