Study of psychological concepts in the Bhagavad Gita
Author(s): Dr. Ranjeet Prakash
Abstract: This logical sloka from the Bhagavad-Gita (Chapter II, Verse 15) summarizes the whole idea of Emotional Intelligence (EI). It says: an individual who is quiet and stays unperturbed by one or the other agony or joy is the person who accomplishes eternality. The hypothesis of EI which has been promoted by Goleman can be followed down to David Wechsler, who, as right on time as in 1940 said that insight doesn't signify only the intellectual capacities of an individual yet the non-psychological capacities also. Mayer and Salovey presented the idea of Emotional Intelligence as a particular type of knowledge which can be estimated and assessed. This paper investigations the chance of building up the hypothesis of EI into a more far reaching one. It looks into the hypothesis of EI against the idea of feelings as talked about in the Bhagavad-Gita and investigates the conceivable outcomes of discovering explicit strategies through which an individual's passionate capabilities can be improved by joining the standards of Sri Krishna as examined in the Bhagavad-Gita.