None of us can stop doing something, or stop planning doing something even for a moment. Indeed the drive to attain happiness is the very essence of us. But unless we know who we are, how can we act properly?
According to Bhagavad-Gita, the topmost knowledge (raja-vidya rajaguhyam) is Krishna consciousness because in Bhagavad-Gita we find that the symptom of one who is actually in knowledge is that he has surrendered unto Krishna. Some of the important teachings of the Gita are:
Law of Conservation of Soul : Soul has neither birth nor death at any time, but it gets new body at the time of death like a person buys new dress for the body when the old one is worn out.
Law of Birth and Death (cycle) : When a person is born, he is sure to die. Similarly, when a person dies, he is sure to born again.
Law of Mind : Controlled mind is the best friend and the worst enemy is uncontrolled mind.
Law of Karma : Whatever action a great man performs, common men follow. And whatever standards he sets by exemplary acts, all the world pursues.
Raja Vidya is a series of illuminating discourses on our true nature, our relationship to the creation and the creator and the practical application of this knowledge in our daily lives. If you’re ready to inquire sincerely into transcendental subjects, you’ll get answers in this book. Enter into the secret of secrets, hold in your hand the king of all knowledge and open your mind and heart to comprehend what is beyond the limitations of this world.