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TheGita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 59

The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 59 The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 59 Shloka 59 If you do not fight the battle which you are destined to fight and you disobey My instructions, I shall consider this act to be one of extreme vanity and misguidance. However, O Son of Kunti, you will be impelled into warfare ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 58

The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 58 The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 58 Shloka 58 O Arjuna, a person who constantly fixes all his thoughts and meditations upon Me, by My Grace, overcomes all the dangers and difficulties, that he encounters in his lifetime. However, he who constantly only thinks about himself, develops a false ego, and ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 57

The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 57 The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 57 Shloka 57 O Arjuna, if one truly offers and dedicates, with his heart, all of his actions to Me, depending on Me for the results of his actions; realizes that the results of his actions lie in My hands alone; sees Me as the ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 56

The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 56 The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 56 Shloka 56 While engaged in whatever task a person has been prescribed, a person can task refuge in Me, and with My Divine Grace and Protection, a person, can easily reach the most Supreme and Eternal Abode where I reside. मेरे परायण हुआ योगी ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 55

The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 55 The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 55 Shloka 55 One can only fully understand Me, the Supreme Spirit, as I truly am, by pouring out his pure love and devotion to Me. When this being has truly realized and understood Me, in the end, he enters into and becomes a part ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 54

The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 54 The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 54 Shloka 54 This being becomes one with God (or the Supreme Brahman), and his soul experiences true joy, peace and bliss. He no longer feels any desire for material things nor does he recognize any grief. He extends his love to all creation in ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 53

The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 53 The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 53 Shloka 53 …who does not let passion control his will; who is rid of his greed, violence and pride; whose feelings of anger and lust are abolished; who has broken free from the bondages of all his material possessions; and who treats all other ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 52

The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 52 The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 52 Shloka 52 …He who lives in solitude and secluded silence; who eats only the absolutely necessary quantities of food (for survival); who partakes in steady meditation and concentration on the Supreme Spirit; whose thoughts, speech, and bodily movements are under constant control. सात्त्विक धारण ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 51

The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 51 The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 51 Shloka 51 When one possesses clear reasoning abilities, control of the mind, pure determination, and a divine soul; when he has totally given up all the objects that bring pleasure to his senses; whose spirit has risen beyond the emotional states of passion and ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 50

The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 50 The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 50 Shloka 50 Hear now, Arjuna, as I reveal to you how one reaches the highest and most perfect stage of renunciation known as the BRAHMAN. जो कि ज्ञान योग की परानिष्ठा है, उस नैष्कमर्य सिद्भि को जिस प्रकार से प्राप्त होकर मनुष्य ब्रह्म को ... Read More »