The Bhagavad Gita: A Timeless Echo in Modern Science 

The Bhagavad Gita, an ancient Indian scripture, continues to surprise us with its resonance with modern scientific concepts. Here are a few intriguing examples 

The Gita (Chapter 2, Verse 18) says our bodies don't last forever, but our soul (the real us) goes on. This is kind of like the famous equation E=mc², which shows how matter and energy can change into each other. 

Body and Soul:

The Gita (Chapter 4, Verse 35) says our actions and our inner self (consciousness) are linked. This sounds a bit like something called "quantum entanglement." It's where tiny things called particles can be connected, even if they're far apart. 

Everything's Connected 

The Gita (Chapter 10, Verse 28) says the act of observing something can change it. This is similar to the "observer effect" in science. When scientists study tiny particles, the act of looking at them might actually affect how they behave.  

Seeing is Believing 

The Gita (Chapter 4, Verse 17) talks about karma, the idea that our actions have consequences. This aligns perfectly with the scientific principle of cause and effect – every action has a reaction! 

What Goes Around...: 

The Gita (Chapter 13, Verse 13) describes a universal consciousness, like one giant mind connecting everything. This is similar to the idea of a "unified field theory" in physics, which tries to explain all the forces in the universe as connected! 

One Big Universe