Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 5: Sannyasa Yoga

Swami Adyananda Saraswati, Acharya Abhayananda

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The women were looked at as lower breeds of human, more so like slaves. Because, as the following 31st verse1 puts it, "Even this world is not for the non-sacri�cer; whence the other? 0 best of Kurus." Click here for an essay on Brahma Vidya. The great objection that has been brought against Hindûism and Buddhism is that by recommending such a mode of life to students of Occultism they tend to render void the lives of men engaged in ordinary avocations.

Swami Adyananda Saraswati, Acharya Abhayananda

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The women were looked at as lower breeds of human, more so like slaves. Because, as the following 31st verse1 puts it, "Even this world is not for the non-sacri�cer; whence the other? 0 best of Kurus." Click here for an essay on Brahma Vidya. The great objection that has been brought against Hindûism and Buddhism is that by recommending such a mode of life to students of Occultism they tend to render void the lives of men engaged in ordinary avocations.

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The Bhagavad Gita and Inner Transformation

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One year earlier, Nazi propaganda minister Josef Goebbels wrote in his diary: Bose is in the Indian question currently, the best horse in our barn. Krishna does not exactly name it, but the sense is that a person who achieves freedom from earthly passions and sin will also reach moksha: liberation from the wheel of birth, death, and rebirth. The battle refers not only to the great warfare that mankind as a whole carries on, but also to the struggle which is inevitable as soon as any one unit in the human family resolves to allow his higher nature to govern him in his life.

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One year earlier, Nazi propaganda minister Josef Goebbels wrote in his diary: Bose is in the Indian question currently, the best horse in our barn. Krishna does not exactly name it, but the sense is that a person who achieves freedom from earthly passions and sin will also reach moksha: liberation from the wheel of birth, death, and rebirth. The battle refers not only to the great warfare that mankind as a whole carries on, but also to the struggle which is inevitable as soon as any one unit in the human family resolves to allow his higher nature to govern him in his life.

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Mahatma Gandhi. The Bhagavad Gita: A Book of Ethics for All

Mahendra Kulasrestha

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Since in Gita, the notion of non-work or inaction is not a feasible alternative, the last component makes sense. First of all Lord Krishna establishes a paradigm that there is nothing called “the state of inaction”. A text might be viewed as the unchanging “Word of God;” other texts are revised and expanded by later generations. Let me bow with folded hands to Indian Maharishi Veda Vysa, who contributed to the world the “supreme knowledge” through his writings on various sacred texts.

Mahendra Kulasrestha

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Since in Gita, the notion of non-work or inaction is not a feasible alternative, the last component makes sense. First of all Lord Krishna establishes a paradigm that there is nothing called “the state of inaction”. A text might be viewed as the unchanging “Word of God;” other texts are revised and expanded by later generations. Let me bow with folded hands to Indian Maharishi Veda Vysa, who contributed to the world the “supreme knowledge” through his writings on various sacred texts.

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The Sterling Book of BHAGAVAD GITA

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Unless mother earth obliged… unless women obliged… there would be no progeny on mother earth… life would become meaningless… decay and die! In a word, Christ and his kingdom displaced the power of evil. There are four aspects to this, which is very well brought out in this famous shloka in Gita: मा कर्मफलहेतुर्भूः मा ते सङ्गोस्त्वकर्मणि ॥. 2.47. The differences in beings consist in the range of perception which has been acquired through evolution, and this applies to all lives below Man, to Man himself, and to all beings higher than Man.

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Unless mother earth obliged… unless women obliged… there would be no progeny on mother earth… life would become meaningless… decay and die! In a word, Christ and his kingdom displaced the power of evil. There are four aspects to this, which is very well brought out in this famous shloka in Gita: मा कर्मफलहेतुर्भूः मा ते सङ्गोस्त्वकर्मणि ॥. 2.47. The differences in beings consist in the range of perception which has been acquired through evolution, and this applies to all lives below Man, to Man himself, and to all beings higher than Man.

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The Bhagavad Gita Mahatmyam of Lord Siva compiled from the

Mahaprabhu Caitanya Das

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I find a verse here and a verse there and I immediately begin to smile in the midst of overwhelming tragedies – and my life has been full of external tragedies – and if they have left no visible, no indelible scar on me, I owe it all to the teaching of Bhagavadgītā. [107] [108] Although Vivekananda did not write any commentaries on the Bhagavad Gita, his works contained numerous references to the Gita, such as his lectures on the four yogas – Bhakti, Gyaana, Karma, and Raja. [109] Through the message of the Gita, Vivekananda sought to energise the people of India to claim their own dormant but strong identity. [110] Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay thought that the answer to the problems that beset Hindu society was a revival of Hinduism in its purity, which lay in the reinterpretation of Bhagavad Gita for a new India. [111] Aurobindo saw Bhagavad Gita as a "scripture of the future religion" and suggested that Hinduism had acquired a much wider relevance through the Gita. [112] Sivananda called Bhagavad Gita "the most precious jewel of Hindu literature" and suggested its introduction into the curriculum of Indian schools and colleges. [113] In the lectures Chinmayananda gave, on tours undertaken to revive of moral and spiritual values of the Hindus, he borrowed the concept of Gyaana yajna, or the worship to invoke divine wisdom, from the Gita. [114] He viewed the Gita as a universal scripture to turn a person from a state of agitation and confusion to a state of complete vision, inner contentment, and dynamic action.

Mahaprabhu Caitanya Das

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I find a verse here and a verse there and I immediately begin to smile in the midst of overwhelming tragedies – and my life has been full of external tragedies – and if they have left no visible, no indelible scar on me, I owe it all to the teaching of Bhagavadgītā. [107] [108] Although Vivekananda did not write any commentaries on the Bhagavad Gita, his works contained numerous references to the Gita, such as his lectures on the four yogas – Bhakti, Gyaana, Karma, and Raja. [109] Through the message of the Gita, Vivekananda sought to energise the people of India to claim their own dormant but strong identity. [110] Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay thought that the answer to the problems that beset Hindu society was a revival of Hinduism in its purity, which lay in the reinterpretation of Bhagavad Gita for a new India. [111] Aurobindo saw Bhagavad Gita as a "scripture of the future religion" and suggested that Hinduism had acquired a much wider relevance through the Gita. [112] Sivananda called Bhagavad Gita "the most precious jewel of Hindu literature" and suggested its introduction into the curriculum of Indian schools and colleges. [113] In the lectures Chinmayananda gave, on tours undertaken to revive of moral and spiritual values of the Hindus, he borrowed the concept of Gyaana yajna, or the worship to invoke divine wisdom, from the Gita. [114] He viewed the Gita as a universal scripture to turn a person from a state of agitation and confusion to a state of complete vision, inner contentment, and dynamic action.

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Bhagavad-Gita, The

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This universal appeal is possible because human beings-the Arjunas of the world-arc fundamentally identical. This outlook becomes the basis of his personality. He becomes steadfast in Samiidhi, creatin concentration. Usually, when Krishna mentions renunciation (jñânayoga), it is to contrast it unfavorably with karmayoga or to clarify that "true" renunciation is the mental attitude of detachment, not the abandonment of dharma.

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This universal appeal is possible because human beings-the Arjunas of the world-arc fundamentally identical. This outlook becomes the basis of his personality. He becomes steadfast in Samiidhi, creatin concentration. Usually, when Krishna mentions renunciation (jñânayoga), it is to contrast it unfavorably with karmayoga or to clarify that "true" renunciation is the mental attitude of detachment, not the abandonment of dharma.

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Mahabharata

C. Rajagopalachari

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Rishi-prajapati "Revealers." The second step is to enjoy listening to stories about God. Three vehicles or stages whereby the "ocean of Samsara, obligatory rebirth is crossed: 2. To me this means you should still plan for positive outcomes in what you attempt to do but whatever the outcome you should continue as if it never happened. Understand this to be the womb of all beings. To such a one He reveals His own form’ (Ka. One of the 9 substances. (Prithvi=earth; Ap=water; tejas=fire; akasa= aether; vayu=air; kala=time; dik=space; atma=Soul; manas=mind).

C. Rajagopalachari

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Rishi-prajapati "Revealers." The second step is to enjoy listening to stories about God. Three vehicles or stages whereby the "ocean of Samsara, obligatory rebirth is crossed: 2. To me this means you should still plan for positive outcomes in what you attempt to do but whatever the outcome you should continue as if it never happened. Understand this to be the womb of all beings. To such a one He reveals His own form’ (Ka. One of the 9 substances. (Prithvi=earth; Ap=water; tejas=fire; akasa= aether; vayu=air; kala=time; dik=space; atma=Soul; manas=mind).

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Githa Vahini

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In all, Gandhi refers to the Gita as the "book par excellence for the knowledge of Truth&... The meaning here is that he is to rely upon the One Consciousness which, as differentiated in a man, is his higher self. In terms of pure, spiritual knowledge the Bhagavad-Gita- Gita is incomparable. ... It is not by an intellectual effort that he sees in each of these elements Brahman, but there is not present to his consciousness anything but Brahman, the Self, and thus are all his actions reduced into Brahman, the Self, without any residue.

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In all, Gandhi refers to the Gita as the "book par excellence for the knowledge of Truth&... The meaning here is that he is to rely upon the One Consciousness which, as differentiated in a man, is his higher self. In terms of pure, spiritual knowledge the Bhagavad-Gita- Gita is incomparable. ... It is not by an intellectual effort that he sees in each of these elements Brahman, but there is not present to his consciousness anything but Brahman, the Self, and thus are all his actions reduced into Brahman, the Self, without any residue.

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Krishna the Charioteer, or The Teachings of Bhagavad Gita

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Of such a sage the l8th verse says: "He is wise among men, he is a real Yogi, he is the performer of all action." When Evolution begins, Ishwara wakes up, so to say, with the image or conception of what is to be in the Cosmos, which Daiviprakriti or His Light catches and impresses on Cosmic matter which is already manifested. Other classical commentators include Anandagiri, Shridhara Swami, Nimbarka, Vallabha and Dnyaneshwar. The natural duty of a Brahman compriseth tranquility, purity, self-mastery, patience, rectitude, learning, spiritual discernment, and belief in the existence of another world.

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Of such a sage the l8th verse says: "He is wise among men, he is a real Yogi, he is the performer of all action." When Evolution begins, Ishwara wakes up, so to say, with the image or conception of what is to be in the Cosmos, which Daiviprakriti or His Light catches and impresses on Cosmic matter which is already manifested. Other classical commentators include Anandagiri, Shridhara Swami, Nimbarka, Vallabha and Dnyaneshwar. The natural duty of a Brahman compriseth tranquility, purity, self-mastery, patience, rectitude, learning, spiritual discernment, and belief in the existence of another world.

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In the Bhagavad Gita: An English translation using ancient

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Some people celebrate it for the return of Load Ram. Through meditation, the Higher Self is seen. �[The mind is] difficult to control, but it can be conquered� through regular practice. This has led to the Gita often being described as a concise guide to Hindu theology and also as a practical, self-contained guide to life. This is thought by many occultists to be the true view. The supreme state, composed of Suddha-Sattva The Pure State.

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Some people celebrate it for the return of Load Ram. Through meditation, the Higher Self is seen. �[The mind is] difficult to control, but it can be conquered� through regular practice. This has led to the Gita often being described as a concise guide to Hindu theology and also as a practical, self-contained guide to life. This is thought by many occultists to be the true view. The supreme state, composed of Suddha-Sattva The Pure State.

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