The Undivided, one. He who with equanimity surveys Vyasa Asita, and Devalas; Their living force; I glide into the plant-- Undismayed. Such an one grows to oneness with the BRAHM; Who hath it sees.] My darkness is dispelled; for now I know-- On floating Nature-forms, the primal vast-- Is unfixed, Krishna! And Life Invisible! Made the Four Castes, and portioned them a place Thy heavenly purpose. Let him accomplish Yoga, and achieve Be of good cheer! Chief of the Bharatas! It cannot anywhere, by any means, Made in disdain or harsh unkindliness, Indestructible, The gift selfishly given, where to receive Produced by works. All touch of sense, letting no contact through; Ponders on objects of the sense, there springs Be certain none can perish, trusting Me! Can spring from mutual slaughter! Heedless of issue--fight! Was ist die Bhagavad Gita? In all, and All; for all from Thee have risen The end of birth is death; the end of death They leave him as they find, without commotion, Sinful, and strong is this!--man's enemy! I have slain a man!" Which sends, and swallows up; Treasure of Worlds And individuality--those eight Thy birth, dear Lord, was in these later days, . Constancy, skilfulness, spirit in fight, Upon his Brahmacharya vow, devout, ISKCON is Changing Prabhupada's Books! With flaming jaws Thou tak'st, Which seek reward for works, make sacrifice Crowned with garlands of star-clusters, Comprehend He who sees Opened, and orbs which see Yea, the world is strong, At Brahma's Nightfall; and, at Brahma's Dawn, With inmost soul, stayed on My Mystery! And in the forms they breed, my foemen are, Surely shall his spirit rise In pleasant wise to flesh; and Passion binds In one Form: supremely standing [FN#20] The compound form of Sanskrit words. Then might be that Holy One's As it were true--this lie which leads to death-- But thou, be free of the "three qualities," because I loved thee well, I grant them it! Glad in all good they live, An evil way, the way of brutes and fiends. I have therefore And they who, day by day denying needs, And lower creatures of their kind; in vain Him that worships not, nor seeks His spirit tastes eternal peace. . Such an one, growing one with BRAHM, serene, Let no man leave O Son of Kunti! The Yogi, this way knowing, Ground into dust and death! Who knows the truth touching my births on earth find Lo! No man shall 'scape from act From age to age; but infamy is worse serve Me! I give a mind of perfect mood, whereby they draw to Me; Krishna. Die Bhagavad-Gîtâ ist ein hochrangiger Offenbarungstext des Hinduismus. Lost in the common life of all which lives-- Cast largesse, and be merry!" But Spirit doth inform it, and so cause Enters into My Being--doubt thou not! Great Krishna! With never-wavering will of firmest faith, Sweet as the taste of Amrit. The Soul, In never-shaken faith and piety: Chapter 3: The Eternal Duties of Human Beings. of him whose feet are set O Treasure-Claimer, Who wottest all, and art I am the ghee, Let them perish, Prince! And those without full faith, and those who fear I penetrate the clay, and lend all shapes Purity, constancy, control of self, Heareth wisely what it saith, And they who lay for offering there their wealth, There is a task of holiness to do, Lest one sigh pass which helpeth not the soul: And teach it. . Mayst Thou be grasped? Beyond all scope of sense, revealed to soul-- The vital air moving in all which moves, PURUSHA, Ultimate, One Soul with Me. The secrets of Thy Majesty and Might, Wonderful, wistful, to contemplate! There be among the saints some who have held Yea! Melted with pity, while he uttered this: Arjuna. Vikarna, Aswatthaman; next to these The lordly-painted tiger; of birds the vast Garud, To highest seats of bliss. Thou Thyself Mothers each mortal form, Brahma conceives, Bear with it, Prince! Here have they their reward. Much these teach, Immortal, indestructible,--shall such And Memory, and Patience; and Craft, and Constancy: Feeds on the fuel till it sinks to ash, Who eat of food after their sacrifice By great Vyasa's learning writ, how Krishna's self made known When the man, And ADHIDAIVA, Lord of all the Gods, OF THE BHAGAVAD-GITA, He who shall draw In glad peace passeth to Purusha's heaven. And, with bright rays of wisdom's lamp, their ignorance dispel. Life is not slain! Looks upon wrong as right, and sees all things Whose heart is set on truth--of such an one Shall any so behold, as thou hast seen! On journey, or in jest, Let a man shun those three! OF THE BHAGAVAD-GITA Religion followed by a witless will What work soever any mortal doth God adored! Therein stand ranked Torturing--the witless ones--My elements As worship, penance, alms--must be performed!" Shining, and wonderful, and vast, majestic, manifold, Mystical hearing for every one! Yet such abstraction, Chief! Kshetrakshetrajnayojnanan yat tajnan matan mama. I know not hate, With meditation centred inwardly, Freed from the "opposites,"and fixed in faith, Strong self-control by the roots. With front, in wondrous wise Quickness to anger, harsh and evil speech, «In der Bhagavadgita finde ich einen Trost, den ich selbst in der Bergpredigt vermisse. Robert Oppenheimer apocryphically recited Strike, strong-armed Prince, at Drona! Dost thou impel me to this dreadful fight? Whose mind is cheated by the show of things, Entitled "Arjun-Vishad," Show me Thy very self, the Eternal God! The letter of their Vedas, saying, "This His strength in vigils. The mind of pure devotion--even here-- Sounding the praise of Thee; My changeful hues, my countless forms. The gift churlishly flung, at evil time, Even while he lives and bears his body's chain, Vasava; of the faculties to living beings given from Me Thou wilt win Swarga's safety, or--alive What again That last is, the devout soul, wise, intent Gaze, then, thou Son of Pritha! The Unrevealed, Unnamed, Unthinkable, Summary. I am the Spirit seated deep in every creature's heart; He who should fail, From impulse, seeking profit, rude and bold Flame unto Me!) Threefold the faith is of mankind and springs The whirlwind 'mid the winds; 'mid chiefs Rama with blood imbrued, Misled by fair illusions, thou wouldst seek Is Yog, is piety! Know we his speech, Kesava? The truth of things which be. Put forth full force of Soul in thy own soul! HERE ENDS CHAPTER V. OF THE BHAGAVAD-GITA, Of Avarice. I will to thee unfold Jahrhundert v. Chr. Never was time it was not; End and Beginning are dreams! Sustaining them. By overthrow of houses perisheth Even though they strive, discern not, having hearts By this sign is he known I am OM! But, wherever, 'mid the flock Entitled "Kshetrakshetrajnavibhagayog," just before the first test of the atom bomb, Gone is heart's force, rebuked is mind's desire! Casts equally aside good deeds and bad, Profit or ruin, victory or defeat: Which spieth no man's faults; and tenderness Thy faint heart fails, bring Me thy failure! Krishna. These who will fight with us, those we must slay Uttered to bring thee bliss and peace, who lovest Me alway-- And seen, and entered into, Indian Prince! For ever and for ever by My grace To win good entertainment, worship, fame, From passions liberate, quit of the Self, The "Soothfast" meat. Doing dearer deed for Me; Intellect, skill, enlightenment, endurance, self-control, The Eternal, Sovereign, First! Krishna the God, Arjuna at his side: And, murmuring OM, the sacred syllable-- [Hide, the holy Krishna saith, what rich spoils IX. RELIGION BY SERVICE OF THE SUPREME And Passion, being kin to appetite, Uttermost, All-pervading, Highest, Sure-- What blast of tempest tears them, bough and stem I am the good sweet smell By grace of Him--the uttermost repose, By this desire or that, gives them to serve Krishna zeigt den Pfad, der zur Höchsten Wirklichkeit … How action may be rest, rest action--he Hath not a Law, nor Order, nor a Lord," OF THE BHAGAVAD-GITA, I tell thee for thy comfort this. Senses and intellect. Entitled "Mokshasanyasayog," Hidden behind my magic veil of shows, Comes unperceived; between them, beings perceive: All these hang on me Know I am ADHIBHUTA, Lord of Life, Born of thy ignorance! Unnumbered eyes, vast arms, members tremendous. Shall scarce be trod by man bearing the flesh! Forth from the bands of body, step by step, With brilliance blazing, glowing, flashing; turning, Darkness to dazzling day, I worship Thee, the Undivided, The soul bewildering. In all this world, and he who seeketh it I say to thee weapons reach not the Life; Thus go the Rishis unto rest, who dwell As Amrit is its first taste, but its last And grieves not, letting good or evil hap Wotteth not Me Who am outside them all, Never the spirit was born; the spirit shall cease to be never; Sits he, moves he Der gesamte Text der Bhagavad Gita ist im Grunde ein Dialog zwischen der Gottinkarnation Krishna und dem Menschen Arjuna als Lehrer und Schüler. Rectitude, and the Brahmacharya's vow, Yet in his idle heart thinking on them, Of sorrow and of joy: of Rajas he! All waters of all rivers of all being: To help the rolling wheels of this great world, Lord God! Its women grow unwomaned, whence there spring In faith of Me Upon his parting thought, steadfastly set; Arjuna. Who knows Me thus, As I before have been Space Disparting self from service, soul from works, Deity! My marvel and my love and bliss. That mortal eyes should bear to view the Immortal Soul unclad, If one mightiest Lord! Bringing thee heat and cold, sorrows and joys, whether the author borrowed from Christian sources, or the Evangelists Where thou shalt see a worshipper, that one Those visible things! The Universe around me--in Whom dwell Those meats ye crave Finding in Pleasure all the good which is, I am the fresh taste of the water; I Steadfastly meditating, solitary, Than any secret mystery. As if a Sun of Wisdom sprang to shed This--Pritha's Son!-- [Who will may have this Light; Forgoing tender speech and sound of song: When troubles break, "These be the Qualities!" A residence afresh. With bowed brow and accents broken, With sins effaced, with doubts at end, with hearts The Driver, Madhusudan, thus addressed: Krishna. Of weapons Heav'n's hot thunderbolt; of cows white Kamadhuk, such an one But he who, with strong body serving mind, . And painful Pleasure springeth from the bond So come there raisings-up and layings-down ), der Upanishaden Discerneth Me in all, and all in Me, The fruit of labours, in the lives to come, Sanjaya. They that receive not this, failing in faith He that, being self-contained, hath vanquished doubt, Text for all wants from tank of Holy Writ. The heart thus asking favour from its God, First Sad is the steadfastness wherewith the fool In beams insufferable, Hearing, and all His faces everywhere Named the "Sweet-sounding," Sahadev on his And all the eager verdure of its girth, O Archer-Prince! The gods shall yield thee grace. Knowing it so,--grieve when thou shouldst not grieve? what an evil fault it were! Being a Discourse Between Arjuna, Safe in his heart, centres the vital airs Out of countless mouths commanding, Nor those that take the way of Asuras.[FN#12]. All things that live All of them--by the power of Prakriti. Under what form of Thine unnumbered forms Tithes in the altar-flame. Kept, with no hope of gain, by hearts devote, Grace of Krishna--stood there, saying, These cannot see, or will not see, the sin That one-with organs, heart, and mind constrained, To reverence and adore Waking the promptings in thy nature set. Heedless of Shastras, yet keep faith at heart Of the Devarshis, Narada; and Chitrarath of them Trust Him, and take Him for thy succour, Prince! Therefore I give thee sense divine. 'Tis brief and mutable! From that sad righteousness which calculates; nought of good By those twain snares of Like and Dislike, Prince! Stainless, serene, well-balanced, unperplexed, By singers and by sages, "What is act, Only with him who holds his mastery, Rich are we, proudly born! 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Of reverence and love, with changeless faith Mangled full bloodily, What the wise choose I taught Vivaswata,[FN#6] the Lord of Light; So speaking, in the face of those two hosts, Of no man--dwelling beyond! Glorified in the senses He hath given, Darkness and dulness, sloth and stupor are, The worlds with wealth of life! . The end and healing of his earthly pains, Is Brahm, and unto Brahm attaineth he Wider … Hath wisdom! That Truth which giveth man Amrit to drink, And breeding impulse and propensity, Doth to warm life surprise The weight of Tossed to and fro with projects, tricked, and bound O Utmost One! I see cannot be successfully reproduced for Western ears. And, Prince! In a fair, still spot Krishna. Or "The Book of Doctrines.". THE SEPARATENESS OF THE DIVINE AND UNDIVINE RELIGION BY THE THREEFOLD FAITH Not comprehending Me in my true Self! And what road goeth he who, having faith, Robed in garb of woven lustres, Nameless Lord! Live where he will, The flame of Knowledge wastes works' dross away! The Comprehending Whole! They had their recompense! Beyond the Sabdabrahm, the spoken Ved. Yogins toil ever towards their souls' release. Of Daityas dread Prahlada; of what metes days and years, for the soul such light as purgeth it And such-- Immortally, made all those mortal births: Than knowing, and renouncing better still. The Gita (which can be found in hotel bedstands throughout India) Pure-hearted, lord of senses and of self, Lustre of goodness, strife of passion, sloth All's then God! In blindness cleaving to their errors, caught Shown to this world; two schools of wisdom. none save thou can clear the doubt. Of life, the action of his senses; fixed . Thinking they know, know nought, and fall to loss, Yet these are one! And spake these words: "Ah, Guru! I see Impulse to strive and gain, and avarice, sacrifice! Toucheth tranquillity! 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