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Opinion

Jnana, Karma and Bhakti



Within the vast cosmic tapestry, a yearning whispers, ‘Divine Light, illuminate my path!’ From a spiritual perspective, when this resonates deeply within us, it leads to a transformative exploration of our sacred connections. In the ‘Jnana Karma Sanyas Yog‘ chapter of the Bhagwad Gita, Krishn talks about the significance of faith – ‘Shraddhavan labhate jnanam’ – as the foundation for attaining spiritual wisdom. This faith blossoms through the interconnected paths of Karma, Jnana and Bhakti.

Karma Yog encourages selfless action and guides us to act with a pure heart, driven by a purpose that uplifts ourselves and others. Jnana Yog invites introspection, urging us to dive into the vast ocean of spiritual knowledge, unravelling the profound nature of divine love, elevating it beyond the realm of the ordinary.

Bhakti Yog, the path of devotion, transforms the conventional celebrations of love into a sacred pilgrimage of love. Here, heartfelt devotion and unwavering prayers occupy centre stage, acting as a bridge connecting us with the higher power. It allows us to express gratitude, seek guidance and find solace in the presence of something greater than ourselves.

When these threads of faith, action, knowledge and devotion intertwine, they weave a tapestry of spiritual connection wherein we find solace in the embrace of the divine. In the words of Rumi, ‘As we navigate the realms of spiritual wisdom, may our souls find solace in the eternal truth, and may love, in all its forms, be the guiding force in our divine journey.’



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