Das ka Dum with Dr Bhaskar Das | It’s often difficult asking you questions. We want to be provocative and yet we know we need to be sensitive… since you are a great believer in Lord Krishna’s teachings, please advise us on how we should extricate ourselves out of this ‘chakravyuh’?

16 Oct,2020

Bhaskar DasIt’s a Friday, and we ask a few soft personal questions to our Wizard with Words. Presenting the September 16 edition of Das ka Dum with Dr Bhaskar Das.  Read on…

 

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Q. It’s often difficult asking you asking questions. We want to be provocative and yet we know we need to be sensitive. Since you are a great believer in Lord Krishna’s teachings, please advise us on how we should extricate ourselves out of this ‘chakravyuh’?

 

A. The so-called chakravyuh is our mental creation. The dualities, as mentioned by you , are an ingrained habit of seeing every situation in binary terms. When life is a continuum, the variation of topography is a given. So why bother? Even to reach from one mountain top to another, one has  go through a valley unless one is a spiderman or superman. I may try to suggest a way of combating it: principle of the survival of the empaths. It would improve the tolerance and compassion quotient of an individual. This would make one happy and then happiness spreads.

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