Right way of Reading Bhagavad Gita!

Right way of Reading Bhagavad Gita!

(1) Read Bhagavad Gita to go back to Krishna by getting the mercy of Krishna. Not as an entertainment.

(2) Read Gita patiently.

(3) Early morning is the best time to read Bhagad Gita.

(4) Read as a surrendered devotee not with the research approach.

(5) Apply Gita in all your activities including performing your job. Krishna beautifully explains how we can remain balanced in both happiness and miseries, ups & downs, etc.

(6) Those who sincerely follow Bhagavad Gita, will never commit suicide in his life time because, it gives a perfect explanation to face ups and downs equally.

(7) Discuss with other devotees and  read under the proper guidance.

(8) Read one or two or three slokas with translation and purport. Read with full confidence and devotion with Krishna.

(9) So, while reading sloka by sloka attentively, you can also do fast track revision of all previous chapters atleast every month atleast.

(10) Krishna speaks about four yogas: Karma yoga; Gnana Yoga; Dhyana Yoga and
Bakthi yoga.

(11) Yoga means connecting (to God - Krishna). Karma Yoga means connecting with Krishna through duties. Gnana Yoga means means connecting with Krishna through knowledge. Dhyana yoga means connecting with Krishna through dhyan (meditation). Bakthi yoga, that is the topmost level,  means connecting with Krishna through surrender of ourselves to Krishna in devotion.

(12)Bhagavad Gita will give a new meaning every time you read it.

(13) Attend the Sunday Bhagavad Gita class in those centers of ISKCON.

(14) Read every sloka as if you are reading the words uttered by Krishna because it will give a humble mindset while reading.

(15) Avoid reading from bed or keeping Bhagavad Gita on bed or floor. Keep on a cloth or paper or table. 

(16) Bhagavad Gita As It Is, by Srila Prabhupada, the founder acharya of ISKCON and “BHAGAVAD GITA – SATHAKA SANJEEEVANI” of Gita Press, Gorakpur, India authored by Sri Ram Suka Das in two volumes both are good without personal additions, but written with a humble and devotional mindset. 
Hope these tips are helpful.