Bhagavad Gita (Song of God) is a timeless treatise on the essence of living enlightenment. The Gita was imparted by the enlightened Hindu incarnation Sri Krishna to the warrior-prince Arjuna over 5000 years ago. Amazingly, the spiritual wisdom and life solutions offered in the Gita are so universal and current that it is even today used as a personal transformation guide in universities and management schools worldwide. In this talk on Chapter 2, 34th verse of Bhagavad Gita, Paramahamsa Nithyananda describes how Sri Krishna plays upon Arjuna's engram of social conditioning. Krishna shows Arjuna how his life is caught in the engram of suffering over the possible death of his reputation. At the same time Krishna uses that fear, that Arjuna will grieve for his choice not to fight, to change Arjuna's attitude and persuade him to start the war. Paramahamsa reveals that the worst decisions are made out of concern for the opinion of others. The first step in yoga of verbalization is control not only of what we speak, but of how we inevitably react to the speech of those around us.