What Happens When You Don’t Read Bhagavad Gita

Habits are a powerful force in our lives. They shape our character and determine our success or failure in life. We often hear that doing something regularly for a few weeks can create a habit. But what about the habit of not doing something? This too can be a powerful force, for good or ill.

Think about the things you could be doing every day but are not. Maybe it’s not exercising, not reading books, not spending time with loved ones, or not pursuing your passion. The longer you go without doing these things, the more difficult it becomes to start doing them again. The habit of not doing something can become so ingrained that it seems impossible to break.

Not doing something for a long time can be more powerful and destructive than doing something. We often think of bad habits as something we do, like smoking or drinking, but the habit of not doing can be just as damaging. For example, not exercising regularly can lead to a host of health problems, while not spending time with loved ones can lead to loneliness and depression.

One habit that many people neglect is reading the Bhagavad Gita. Not reading the Gita is that one single thing that we can regret for a lifetime if we miss. The loss of not reading the Gita is immeasurable. It’s like missing out on a road map to life that has been tested and perfected for thousands of years.

The Gita offers a unique perspective on life and living. It teaches us about the nature of the self, the purpose of life, and the path to happiness and fulfillment. But for someone with no exposure to the text, the Gita can be intimidating with its deep philosophy and heavy Sanskrit terminologies. It may seem like something meant only for scholars and saints.

That’s where the Gita Gyan course comes in. We have designed this course to make the Gita accessible to everyone, regardless of their background or level of familiarity with the text. The course is available in multiple languages, including English, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Odia, and Hindi. We have also translated the course into various other languages across the world.

So if you want to break the habit of not reading the Gita and experience its life-changing wisdom, join our Gita Gyan course today. It’s never too late to start a new habit, and the habit of reading the Gita can be one of the most transformative and enriching habits you’ll ever develop.

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