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TheGita – Chapter 5 – Complete

The Gita – Chapter 5 – Complete The Gita – Chapter 5 – Complete Thus in the glorious Upanishads of the Bhagavad Gita, the science of the Eternal, the Scripture of Yoga, the dialogue between Shri Krishna and Arjuna, the fifth discourse, “The Yoga of the Renunciation of Action.” [subscribe2]  Karma–Sanyasa yoga -5 Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 29

The Gita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 29 The Gita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 29 Shloka 29 The Lord declared: O Arjuna, he who shall consider ME the enjoyer of sacrifices and all that is internally pure, and who is devoted to ME, the God of all worlds and well-wisher of all beings, attains true, everlasting peace. मेरा भक्त्त ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 27 – 28

The Gita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 27 – 28 The Gita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 27 – 28 Shloka 27 28 A person who has totally detached himself from sense objects that give temporary pleasure and enjoyment, he who has learned to control and equalize the number of breaths going outwards and inwards through the nostrils, he who ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 26

The Gita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 26 The Gita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 26 shloka 26 O Arjuna, all of those wise men (Yogis) who have learned to control their minds, have learned to conquer and abolish all of the desires and anger within them, and have truly realized God, attain freedom and liberation from worldly ties in ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 25

The Gita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 25 The Gita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 25 Shloka 25 Those wise men or sages who have abolished and destroyed all their sins with the achievement of true Gyan (Knowledge), and who have devoted themselves to the welfare of other beings, attain supreme and eternal peace. जिनके सब पाप नष्ट हो गये ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 24

The Gita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 24 The Gita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 24 Shloka 24 One who is truly happy, peaceful and enlightened with his Soul, that wise man (Yogi) has combined with the supreme Soul (God) as one and attains freedom from all bondages to the world. जो पुरुष अन्तरात्मा में ही सुख वाला है, आत्मा ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 23

The Gita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 23 The Gita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 23 Shloka 23 A person who has learnt to withstand the forces of desire and anger brought on by material pleasures, before he leaves his body, is a true Yogi who is happy and in a mentally and physically peaceful state with himself forever. जो ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 22

The Gita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 22 The Gita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 22 Shloka 22 When one’s senses make contact with sensual, material goods, Arjuna, these desire-evoking objects are the cause of misery (these objects may appear enjoyable to material pleasure-seekers). These enjoyments are temporary, having a beginning and an end. When one develops a habitual desire ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 21

The Gita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 21 The Gita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 21 shloka 21 O Arjuna, a person who has totally detached himself from the material world and is happy and satisfied within his own self, attains eternal peace. When a person is truly established in the Yoga of God (service, devotion and prayers to Him), ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 20

The Gita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 20 The Gita – Chapter 5 – Shloka 20 Shloka 20 One truly becomes established in God when neither good circumstances make him happy, no bad Circumstance make him miserable. When a person reaches this type of balance in intellect and emotion, without a single doubt, with true knowledge of God, becomes eternally ... Read More »