Start with this first lesson, from the spiritual primer. Do not merely boast that you have mastered the Bhagavad Gita, having read it a hundred times over, and learnt by rote all the slokas with all the commentaries so far written upon them. Among all the millions who were taught the Gita, Arjuna alone had the Vishwarupa Darshana, the vision that this Universe is but a partial manifestation of His immeasurable glory; why is it that these great pandits had no such experience? Realisation of that reality can come only to the aspirant who deserves it. Arjuna had reached the highest stage of surrender when the teaching started and during the process, he had unexcelled ekagrata or concentration. No wonder he was blessed. Unless you possess the same degree of surrender, the same yearning and the same concentration, how can you expect the result that Arjuna attained?