He also appeared anxious and nervous. Through the practices of self-observation, self-inquiry, and reflection, we can gradually increase our sense of self-understanding.
Satisfactory Premorbid Personality of the patient with adequate coping skills Therapist is a trusted Friend, Philosopher, Guide Catharsis, Ventilation! Many types of question are come to our mind such as; who we are? Attachments raga arise from our previous experiences of pleasure and happiness.
Hence, it is likely that he is in the state of acute depression with symptoms of anxiety. Gurukul Tradition Imparting wisdom with devotion to learn and teach, dialogue and discussion being the process, bound by relationship of trust is the ancient tradition of Gurukul.
This presentation makes a humble attempt to discuss the therapy process involved in Bhagavad Gita in which Lord Krishna helped the grief-stricken Arjuna through dialogue and discussion. Aversions dvesha, or dvesa emerge from previous experiences of pain and suffering.
And if you have any query, opinion or question you can ask by commenting in blog. Can we develop a model of therapy from these lessons? Case study of Arjuna, a great warrior in modern way General appearance and behavior Arjuna is a warrior. These filters alter our judgment, and our ability to respond with clarity.
We face conflict with a choice regarding what we want to do over what we should do. He spoke softly throughout the conversation.
Emphasis on the power and capabilities of individual self, and how the person alone will be responsible for his actions, growth or otherwise.
Whatever transpired between the 3rd sloka of 2nd chapter and the 73rd sloka of the 18th chapter is the matter of scientific curiosity for every student of psychology as it resulted in the total relief from the distress. Speech Arjuna articulated himself clearly. Mahatma Gandhi was quoted as saying that whenever he had a problem Bhagavad Gita offered an answer and the solution.
It is relevant in modern world as well.
Do not desire victory, Neither kingdom nor pleasures why kingdom, why luxuries, why this war, wh…. Cognition Arjuna was alert and orientated to time and place.
And, in our state of non-seeing, or ignorance, we mistakenly pass up on situations that could have granted us peace and insight. Relevance of this model to current day practice How useful this approach can be and in which problem?
Asochyan anvasochastvam Pragna-vadams cha bhashase gatasun agatasumscha n anusochanti panditah You worry about events you are not supposed, and speak like a learned man, Wise people do not worry about things that are perishable, or immortal II……. This is the first article of our series-psychology of bhagwat gita.
Descriptive psychopathology of Arjuna: This is the first article of our series; case study of Arjuna, a great warrior in modern way. The setting is battle field and the urgency of the issue demands crisis intervention. Applying our powerful emotions from past experiences to our understanding of the present moment places a filter over our ability to see things as they truly are.
The psychotherapeutic models available are developed and imported from the western literature. Blind application of this approach may run the risk of overgeneralization, a commonly found overenthusiastic error in psychology, too obvious in the history of psychoanalysis.
Death wish was detected. In both instances, there is also the great downfall of ignorance and non-seeing.
Vedanam Samavedosmi… Indriyanam Manasyasmi….Psychology of the Bhagavad Gita The majority of learned people in the world and India believe that Freud was the one who had analyzed and divided the mind into four types - consciousness, unconsciousness, subconsciousness and inner consciousness.
Indians also studied and taught Freud's basic discovery. Dec 17, · The Secret of Mind Power - Program Your Subconscious Mind and Take Control of Your Life - Duration: Growing Foreverviews.
Key Concepts in Yoga: Raga and Dwesha December 13, by Abbot George Burke (Swami Nirmalananda Giri) T wo of the most important words in analyzing the dilemma of the human condition are Raga and Dwesha–the powerful duo that motivate virtually all human endeavor. For a student of psychology Bhagavad Gita offers a valuable case study for lessons in psychotherapy – resolution of conflict and successful resumption of action from a state of acute anxiety and guilt laden depression that precipitated inaction.
f psychology is a value free objective study of mind then the Bhagavad Gita may not be qualified as a psychological treatise.
Bhagavad Gita studies mind moha, ahamkara, raga, dvesha, phalecha - all broods of ignorance are the root cause of human misery. These are mental impurities. These impurities can be removed by practicing all the. Raga & Dvesha: Attachment and Aversion.
Extreme attachments and extreme aversions are both obstacles on the yogi’s path to freedom. Both of these are emotional responses that alter our ability to see the world around us clearly and accurately.Download