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Choose your own topic from Bhagavad Gita Some paper ideas: – Explore and explai

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Choose your own topic from Bhagavad Gita
Some paper ideas:
– Explore and explain one theme in the Bhagavad Gita:
– The pursuit of spiritual knowledge
– Dharma – the individual and universal to everyone
– Karma Yoga – the yoga of action, renouncing the fruit of actions…,etc. (make sure you do not lean on the conventional western concepts we find outside of India, stick to the text!)
– The role of the senses and the mind
– How meditation helps us stop relying on the senses and our identity (ego) to experience the Self.
– The mystical/ magical power of words
Some possibilities:
– Explore the “magical” or mystical purpose of the mantra in the Bhagavad Gita. The chanting of the text has power to affect reality, how? Why? What do you think about the power and limitations of language discussed here?
– Explain the concept of dharma in the Bhagavad Gita and speculate about the dharma of the philosopher in Plato’s allegory.
– Compare the allegorical representations in the Allegory of the Cave and the Bhagavad Gita. How do the authors teach or communicate their messages through story?
Sample thesis statements:
– Plato’s Allegory of the Cave and the Bhagavad Gita both advocate turning away from the world of the senses in order to experience an absolute reality and gain (spiritual) knowledge or understanding. Several images are used to illustrate this, the tortoise pulling its limbs and the philosopher escaping into sunlight.
– In Plato’s Republic, Socrates claims that human beings possess an inherent wisdom, a knowledge of the ‘Good,’ that philosophers can instruct us to cultivate through escape from the shadow world of everyday life.
– The Bhagavad Gita describes the mysterious power of language because it is recited in order to bring one into union with the divine absolute (God, the higher self, cosmic consciousness … etc.).
Some things to consider in your process:
Organization:  Put your ideas in a logical order. The paper should be unified and focus on your topic and thesis. The conclusion should summarize the paper and perhaps ask relevant questions not treated in the scope of the paper.

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