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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data. Bhagavadgita. English & Sanskrit. The Bhagavad Gita: the original Sanskrit and an English translation /. Click Here to download and read the entire Bhagavad Gita in Kannada Srimad Bhagavad Gita is not a myth, story, song, neither novel, nor even history. Reference any excerpts in the following way: “Excerpted from “Srimad Originally I wrote Bhagavad-gétä As It Is in the form in which it is presented now.

Yadi mama apratikaram, ashastram shastrapanayaha, dhratarashtra rane hanyus Arjuna's symptoms can be summarized as grief, fear, and pessimism. Other verses of Bhagavad Gita describe his initial coping mechanisms, which are characterized by extreme and pervasive negative thoughts.

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It also implies that we may read the Bhagavad Gita to find out how Lord Krishna helps Arjuna cope with his stress. We can then utilize the same coping skills to cope with illness-associated stress such as diabetes distress. This confusion relates to the dilemma of choosing the right path of action.

Similarly, in the Gita, Arjuna is confused and uncertain about what to do. I am your disciple and please guide me the right way. This is the first, and perhaps the most important and rate limiting step in coping with illness.

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We realize that we have an illness, we find that we are unable to cope with it, for which we consult a health-care provider to seek help. Arjuna is faced with multiple, conflicting emotions. This creates further stress and leads him to a state of extreme depression and inaction. Lord Krishna helps Arjuna analyze his feelings so that he can overcome his negative coping style. In diabetes, we expect our caregivers health-care professionals, family members, and community members to do the same.

The caregiver has the most important responsibility of motivating the person with diabetes.

There is no better example of motivation to perform the right action, in an unbiased manner, than these slokas by Lord Krishna, which precede the description of sthipradhnya. The first step, he states, is equanimity coupled with acceptance of reality. Yogastha kurukarmani, sangamtyaktva dhananjaya This acceptance allows us to handle the various conflicting positive and negative emotions, thoughts, and information that we are exposed to when illness is diagnosed.

Moreover, finally, we are able to choose the right ones, in an unbiased manner, reaching the state of yoga. Siddhya siddha samobhutva, samatvam yoga uchyate Lord Krishna tells Arjuna to keep all abominable activities away from himself, similar to a health-care professional who guides the patient to stay away from things that worsen diabetes.

Durena hravaram karma, buddhiyoga dhananjaya Finally The Lord says: When your mind is no longer disturbed by flowery language and it remains in a stance of self-realization, then you have attained divine consciousness Shrutivipratipannate, yadasthasyati nischalaha, samadhawachala buddhihi, stada yogamawapsyasasi A relaxed mind is a prerequisite for diabetes management.

Glycemic control cannot be achieved until your mind is stable and calm. The Gita helps reduce counter regulatory hormone levels by promoting calmness of mind.

Anger is one of the most important negative emotions. Anger against medication, lifestyle modification, glucose monitoring, or health-care provider detracts the person with diabetes from the right path required for diabetes management.

Such a person can never be happy and successful. Hence, it is important for the health-care provider to build a relation of trust and pacify the patient, for his own benefit.

However, these emotions serve no purpose and are self-defeating. Anger clouds our reasoning and prevents us from taking correct decisions. Multiple slokas of the Gita reinforce this message, which is equally relevant for persons with diabetes.

This is true in health as well. While we should equip ourselves with knowledge and information about our illness, we should not limit ourselves to this. It is more fruitful to take tangible action to fight disease. This may be in the form of investigations, nonpharmacological therapy, drug treatment, or other modalities such as surgery. He clearly states that one cannot even maintain his body without physical exercise.

The real meaning of life is in sacrifice and doing your karma rather than engaging in worldly pleasures. This narration gives meaning to life of a person with diabetes. After having been diagnosed with diabetes, people react in different manners. Some begin extreme diets, while others continue unhealthy lifestyles.

What is correctly advised is eating a balanced diet at appropriate times. The Master elaborates the same in a very articulate manner, in the slokas below, the importance of right diet and sleep.

Diabetes does not mean sacrificing all enjoyment in life. The Gita calls for discipline and moderation in all spheres of life, as a means of healthy living. This call is reinforced in the definition of Sattvikta balance that it provides for various thoughts and actions.

This discussion provides relevant insight and guidance, for situations where the person with diabetes feels that treatment is not proceeding as per his wishes. How can one give up all that he loved once in his life? Similarly, Arjuna feels what good he is going to achieve by killing his own relatives, with whom he has been associated till now. Na cha Shreya punaschami, hatva swajanam ahave Arjuna questions the usefulness of availing a kingdom when many he liked are now against him.

Kimo rajyena govinda, kim bhogair jivetena wa He also asks how he can derive pleasure by killing his own people. Swajanam hi katham hatva, sukhinah shyama madhavaha Arjuna expresses his grief of fighting against own people. Yadrajya sukha lobhena, hantum swajana mudyataha He expresses desire to be killed unresisting without fighting by hands of sons of Dhritarashtra.

Yadi mama apratikaram, ashastram shastrapanayaha, dhratarashtra rane hanyus Arjuna's symptoms can be summarized as grief, fear, and pessimism. Other verses of Bhagavad Gita describe his initial coping mechanisms, which are characterized by extreme and pervasive negative thoughts.

It also implies that we may read the Bhagavad Gita to find out how Lord Krishna helps Arjuna cope with his stress. We can then utilize the same coping skills to cope with illness-associated stress such as diabetes distress. This confusion relates to the dilemma of choosing the right path of action.

Coping with Illness: Insight from the Bhagavad Gita

Similarly, in the Gita, Arjuna is confused and uncertain about what to do. I am your disciple and please guide me the right way. This is the first, and perhaps the most important and rate limiting step in coping with illness.

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We realize that we have an illness, we find that we are unable to cope with it, for which we consult a health-care provider to seek help. Arjuna is faced with multiple, conflicting emotions.

This creates further stress and leads him to a state of extreme depression and inaction. Lord Krishna helps Arjuna analyze his feelings so that he can overcome his negative coping style. In diabetes, we expect our caregivers health-care professionals, family members, and community members to do the same. The caregiver has the most important responsibility of motivating the person with diabetes.

There is no better example of motivation to perform the right action, in an unbiased manner, than these slokas by Lord Krishna, which precede the description of sthipradhnya.

The first step, he states, is equanimity coupled with acceptance of reality.

Yogastha kurukarmani, sangamtyaktva dhananjaya This acceptance allows us to handle the various conflicting positive and negative emotions, thoughts, and information that we are exposed to when illness is diagnosed.

Moreover, finally, we are able to choose the right ones, in an unbiased manner, reaching the state of yoga.

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Siddhya siddha samobhutva, samatvam yoga uchyate Lord Krishna tells Arjuna to keep all abominable activities away from himself, similar to a health-care professional who guides the patient to stay away from things that worsen diabetes. Durena hravaram karma, buddhiyoga dhananjaya Finally The Lord says: When your mind is no longer disturbed by flowery language and it remains in a stance of self-realization, then you have attained divine consciousness Shrutivipratipannate, yadasthasyati nischalaha, samadhawachala buddhihi, stada yogamawapsyasasi A relaxed mind is a prerequisite for diabetes management.

Glycemic control cannot be achieved until your mind is stable and calm.

The Gita helps reduce counter regulatory hormone levels by promoting calmness of mind. Anger is one of the most important negative emotions. Anger against medication, lifestyle modification, glucose monitoring, or health-care provider detracts the person with diabetes from the right path required for diabetes management.

Such a person can never be happy and successful. Hence, it is important for the health-care provider to build a relation of trust and pacify the patient, for his own benefit. However, these emotions serve no purpose and are self-defeating.

Anger clouds our reasoning and prevents us from taking correct decisions. Multiple slokas of the Gita reinforce this message, which is equally relevant for persons with diabetes. This is true in health as well. While we should equip ourselves with knowledge and information about our illness, we should not limit ourselves to this.

It is more fruitful to take tangible action to fight disease. This may be in the form of investigations, nonpharmacological therapy, drug treatment, or other modalities such as surgery.

He clearly states that one cannot even maintain his body without physical exercise. The real meaning of life is in sacrifice and doing your karma rather than engaging in worldly pleasures. This narration gives meaning to life of a person with diabetes. After having been diagnosed with diabetes, people react in different manners.

Some begin extreme diets, while others continue unhealthy lifestyles.Following the right path right lifestyle and habits will help prevent diabetes and delay complications.

What is correctly advised is eating a balanced diet at appropriate times. Like a patient with newly diagnosed diabetes feels that his most important weapon, i. The caregiver has the most important responsibility of motivating the person with diabetes.

The Gita calls for discipline and moderation in all spheres of life, as a means of healthy living. In diabetes, we expect our caregivers health-care professionals, family members, and community members to do the same.

Some begin extreme diets, while others continue unhealthy lifestyles. This narration gives meaning to life of a person with diabetes.