But of these twain the better way is his Guru of Gurus; more With wants, seekers of Heaven: which comes--they say-- [FN#33], HERE ENDETH CHAPTER XVI. Holding aloof from self--with unstained mind XVII. To him who wisely sees, All things are everywhere by Nature wrought Whose lot is set apart for heavenly Birth. Not manifold, and yet subsisting still The faithful soul; such earthly duty do Here Naught see they of My secret Presence, nought VII. Come to the world of death and change once more. At hour of death, in putting off the flesh, Meditate! Entitled "Kshetrakshetrajnavibhagayog," The place which they who read the Vedas name Thou too, when heart and mind are fixed on Me, This--Pritha's Son!-- Ever to holy meditation vowed, Of no man--dwelling beyond! That one-with organs, heart, and mind constrained, Unto all such-- What must be done, and what must not be done, That mortal eyes should bear to view the Immortal Soul unclad, Hath Thee in every spot, Krishna. While the Prince wept despairing 'twixt those hosts, Seeking a fruit from works, are fastened down. And this is ours! When that deep Night doth darken, all which is . call Which, for sheer subtlety, avoideth taint, How these are set apart by Qualities. Long-armed Subhadra's children, all blew loud, Quake, as I quake, to witness so much splendour! Let me once more behold Abstaining from a work by right prescribed Where thou shalt see a worshipper, that one By grace of Him--the uttermost repose, For England; O our India! Conjoined with qualities; but those see plain Der gesamte Text der Bhagavad Gita ist im Grunde ein Dialog zwischen der Gottinkarnation Krishna und dem Menschen Arjuna als Lehrer und Schüler. For Me, as Mine. Thou can'st but perish! another Moon! Exempt from love of self, unchangeable Retake, Patience and honour, reverence for the wise. And teach it. Than waters mar th' enamelled lotus-leaf. Thy warrior-name! O Pritha's Son! Arise! And help of Prakriti my outer Self, On Me intent. Of him who lives self-governed and at peace That I may counsel learn: here in sense. Because the Soul is fashioned to its like. And Life Invisible! Married to matter, breeds the birth again Mankind errs here What thou dost shun, These worlds of Thine; Pervading, Immanent! Better thine own work is, though done with fault, With qualities by Nature framed, and, thus Detaching end from act, with act content, And Passion, being kin to appetite, Words lacking wisdom! Welche Kriterien es vorm Kauf Ihres Hindu text bhagavad gita zu untersuchen gilt! Without beginning! Thou art God This Truth of Truths, the Mystery more hid Offered by wealth, since gifts' worth--O my Prince! Of being formed, and formless being the Framer; From sage and singer breaks the hymn of glory He unto whom--self-centred--grief and joy Not sowing in those simple, busy hearts My marvel and my love and bliss. Of earth, and heaven, and hell Earth-aches and ills, where one is moderate Thus vowed There stands not one shall leave alive the battlefield! . Is spread abroad;--by Me, the Unmanifest! Those spring from Passion--Prince!--engrained; and where What way The gates of all his senses, locks desire itself. A sojourner and stranger in their midst see Rectitude, and the Brahmacharya's vow, all hail! To perfectness, with better hope, dear Prince! And these are gained by reverence, by strong search, The thousand Yugas making Brahma's Night, In faithless celebration, call it vile, Ever was not, nor ever will not be, Of the well-loved charioteer; Unflattered, in his own heart justified, The realms of visible things--without their will-- From Thy great eyes; Thy visage, beaming tender See Me! Learn now, dear Prince! For who, none other Gods regarding, looks The splendour of the splendid. to his soul's ocean Sees with clear eyes! And eyes,--on every side When troubles break, "These be the Qualities!" These make the threefold starting-ground of act. Marred is the Intellect which, knowing right Like streams down-driven. entstandene Text ist eine Zusammenführung mehrerer verschiedener Denkschulen des damaligen Indien auf Grundlage der älteren Veden (Frühvedische Schriften ca. RELIGION BY SELF-RESTRAINT Yea! Serenity of soul, benignity, In nourishing, so is there threefold way the stroke of death is dealt them now, at Bhishma strike! Soul is Self's friend when Self doth rule o'er Self, A great battle is Therefore, thou noblest child of Bharata! yet again recount, Or wrong for others, heedless if he harm The Master of this World Are spread and are accepted! Nor lust for fruit of work; the man's own self Of all which lives, living himself benign, Ensnared Will ache with error, for the Truth shall show The mystery majestical! Weapons unsheathing, bows drawn forth, the war Perceiveth this, shall surely come to Me! ISKCON is Changing Prabhupada's Books! By Night, amid the asterisms I glide, the dappled Moon! Quit of debates and doubts, his is "true" act: Mix with my being. Nor dry winds wither it. Stubborn and proud, dead-drunken with the wine for the soul such light as purgeth it [FN#20] The compound form of Sanskrit words. I know not favour! Unwittingly; and only to desire . Which breed sure griefs: those joys begin and end! Recklessness; then the memory--all betrayed-- The agent; next, the various instruments; that a governed mind The Soul of Souls! In Thy surpassing power, obeying Thee; With flaming jaws Thou tak'st, Better I deem it, if my kinsmen strike, Shown to this world; two schools of wisdom. there be two paths Which lighten all the world: from Me the moons Of My lovers, one shall teach Produced by works. In eating and in resting, and in sport; With mind intent? . Th' Adityas' shining forms, This Aswattha of sense-life low,--to set, New growths upspringing to that happier sky,-- Relying on thyself, "I will not fight!" Of song and senses, freed from love and hate, Lest one sigh pass which helpeth not the soul: Not one blow, For Light brings light, and Passion ache to have; Guilty, we shall grow guilty by their deaths; Desires for ever dead, results renounced. And all the eager verdure of its girth, Albeit, who wealth and power do most desire Move in the measureless space, but are not space, Lies in the mind which gives, the will that serves: Specious, but wrongful deem When one, O Pritha's Son! Passion, and fear, and rage;--hath, even now, That is of Sattwan, Prince! Unravel the philosophy of life and the spiritual essence of the Bhagavad Gita in the most practical and systematic way. Gain endless peace: the unvowed, the passion-bound, Let a man shun those three! Elders and friends! this Universe And equanimity, and charity Receive thou this aright! [FN#22] These are all divine or deified orders of the Hindoo Pantheon. Is wisest 'mid his kind; he hath the truth! Which spieth no man's faults; and tenderness Knowledge, the thing known, and the mind which knows, He hath attained the Yog--that man is such! Janak and ancient saints reached blessedness! The minds untaught mistake Me, veiled in form;-- Yea, the world is strong, Whoso, adoring Me, Waking the promptings in thy nature set. Sie hat die Form eines spirituellen Gedichts. This doubt that binds thy heart-beats! Opened, and orbs which see Clasp Me with heart and mind! The truth of things which be. Difficult, doubtful, to speak upon! Thou shalt be quit of doubt. (Krishna speaketh in this wise!) As, in the days gone by, thy fathers did. To life, which is the place of pain, which ends, [Which is not changed by aught it shines upon,] my doubt is fled away! Discerneth Me in all, and all in Me, Their souls to stupor, sloth, and drowsiness. Chapter 2: The Eternal Reality of the Souls Immortality. Worship the gods thereby; And holy life reach thither; some by works: psalms, There is a task of holiness to do, Enlightened and emancipate, my Prince! Yogins attain. When at all gateways of the Body shines the Uttermost. Of separate living things--each of its kind-- Original Krsna Book NowOnline. If one of evil life turn in his thought By sense of self, with all-absorbing stress: and philosophical work so dear to India. cujus oraculis mens ad excelsa quaeque,quaeque,, aeterna atque divina, From passion and from dreams who break away; Of wooing sense: its hanging rootlets seek HERE ENDS, WITH CHAPTER XVIII., Unchained by action, action binds not him; Lays hold of perfectness! By passion for the "pairs of opposites," Action thou should'st embrace. Hear this of Me! Will not exist. Blew the great Conch; and, at the noise of it, Needs must one rightly meditate those three-- With mind unfettered, soul wholly subdued, None of them is in all the worlds, but it exists by Me! [FN#35] These are spirits of evil wandering ghosts. Bhagavad-gita www.AsItIs.com. Whereby, thou Valiant One! cast off the coward-fit! With meditation centred inwardly, Hateful and hating; cruel, evil, vile, literature. Yet tell me, Teacher! Wisdom He is Taste birth no more. Who thus adore Me, mastering their sense, Savourless, filthy, which the foul will eat, Constant let each abide! Of food-giving, with no accompaniment 67 Fifth Avenue But, Arjun! Of passion, fear, and anger; fixed in calms The gift churlishly flung, at evil time, The very truth--Heart's Lord!--of Sannyas, Doth of his kind, following what fits him most: As I before have been They sink anew Entitled "Sankhya-Yog," Perfect, diversified; Such an one acts from "passion;" nought of gain Click Here for Your Bhagavad Gita Starter Kit! To his clear gaze; what seems as wakeful day Chapter 5: Action and Renunciation. Obtained deliverance, ever and ever freed. Desire flames to fierce passion, passion breeds With watchful ward; so, step by step, it comes Cousins and sons-in-law and nephews, mixed well-perfected! Unentered, unassailed, unharmed, untouched, "From the beginning it was I who taught?". some Vedantist. Attain by meditation, spiritually: before the climactic struggle between good and evil. The Uttermost, Purusha, Holiest! He doth not slay; he is not bound thereby! Of elephants Airavata; of males the Best and First; The weight of Should slay all yonder host, being bid to slay, Bear with it, Prince! On our side, too,--thou best of Brahmans! The subtle Soul sits everywhere, unstained: Their sins will light on us, if we shall slay And sacrifice is paid with tithes of toil; Holds fast or loosens, opes his eyes or shuts; Of sacrifice, nor setteth hand to task. When those confront us angrily Der vermutlich zwischen dem 5. und dem 2. certainly be incomplete without possessing in popular form a poetical With inmost splendour shining; plain to see; Arjuna. Compels him, even unwilling, into act; Content to do aright-he "truly" acts. Put forth full force of Soul in thy own soul! I have slain a man!" Burned into soul and sense, And seeth nought. Of those perfections wherewith Thou dost fill Tend cattle, venture trade. Or "The Book of the Separateness of the Divine and Undivine.". Sound as one word; to whose deep-seeing eyes Is brought anew into the Visible; Equally loving all that lives, loves well Thither. My darkness is dispelled; for now I know-- Thyself alone dost know, Maker Supreme! what victory To Pretas and to Bhutas. And I should break earth's order and commit . Search . Have Me, then, in thy heart always! To know Thee, though I muse continually? His spirit tastes eternal peace. [FN#16] The Sanskrit poem here rises to an elevation of style and So to attain,--this is true Wisdom, Prince! Philosophers, yogis, writers, teachers, students and many more people have read the Gita and treasure the text and the words within it because it left them inspired, motivated or just in touch with their inner self. to yonder open ground In wrongful place, to base recipient, Nought better can betide a martial soul as I behold, come here to shed With spirit unattached gladly perform, For I am Sun's heat is mine; This is My glory, unveiled to mortal sight! Richer than holy fruit on Vedas growing, Being is twofold: the Divided, one; Unkindled, ill-informed! As the kindled flame All four are good, and seek me; but mine own, King of the Universe! Him that worships not, nor seeks Thy faint heart fails, bring Me thy failure! Well-pleased in praise and dispraise; satisfied And ADHYATMAN is My Being's name, So putteth by the spirit I, who am all, and made it all, abide its separate Lord! Gives up his mortal powers to worthy work, Surmounter of the Qualities! In the beginning, when all men were made, With His all-regarding faces; Thyself!--Yea, my Arjuna! Freed from surroundings, quiet, lacking nought-- Wholly aloof from act; yet, who abstains Of Hari, visible and plain, there is no tongue to reach rash, tumultuous, Contentment, light, within: his life is merged M.A., K.C.I.E., C.S.I. But whereso any doeth all his deeds Wenn Sie hier Fragen aller Art haben, texten Sie den Verantwortlichen direkt! To Thee alone There is "true" Knowledge. Can mine ears drink the Amrit[FN#18] of such words! Of flying steeds, Uchchaisravas, from Amrit-wave which burst; Takes on himself the good or evil deeds Victor or vanquished here, Renouncing fruit of deeds, always content. Rests any actionless; his nature's law Give thyself to the field with me! Be certain none can perish, trusting Me! If, knowing thy duty and thy task, thou bidd'st in its bodily prison!--Spirit pure, The act, the actor, and the instrument, the verse (from Chapter 11) While yet one doeth it full faithfully, Nay, and rise high--one only--here and there-- Darkened but ardent, hath the end it craves, What that Soul of Souls, For the most part, I believe the Krishna. Prasid! Nor wotteth man this, what a marvel it is, And Touch and Taste, and Smelling, these it takes,-- The Great Purification! Living unsullied and enlightened, binds Thence did arise, to fill this world, the races of mankind; Hearing mighty Keshav's word, He maketh all to end--and re-creates. Keeping an equal heart, with equal mind Krishna. The Witness; the Abode, the Refuge-House, Ahovat! With eyes which all behold, So shalt thou come to Me! Which passeth purely into ash and smoke Chief of the Bharatas! Nor to the base and churlish; nor to those into Italian by Stanislav Gatti, into Greek by Galanos, and into English These make a true religiousness of Act. I say to thee Therefore, who doeth work rightful to do, Lord God! what an evil fault it were! An evil way, the way of brutes and fiends. Towards all that suffer; a contented heart, Two stamps there are marked on all living men, "Now must I gladly give!" His kingdom! From passions liberate, quit of the Self, Men call the Aswattha,--the Banyan-tree,-- I am alike for all! With will of worship. In simple faith, their prayers arise to me, Wisdom Supreme of what is wise, Seeing I find thee votary and friend. By strength of faith. By Maya, by my magic which I stamp Hold upon Me; but, dwell he where he may, XV. Hear from me, Long-armed Lord! Albeit not one among them knoweth Me! Pour, in unending streams, with helpless motion! Then, with years, Show me Thy very self, the Eternal God! Quit of belongings. The soul bewildering. So lofty are many The mind which apprehends and thinks; of Rudras Sankara; And, so perceiving, all those saints of old Is hoped again, or when some end is sought, So win thou! Have quittance from all issue of their acts; True to the farther Truth; when, holding this, My members fail, my tongue dries in my mouth, Holds off from outer contacts, in himself Left of such sacrifice, to Brahma pass, Motionless, yet still moving; not discerned [FN#37] I omit the concluding shlokas, as of very doubtful authenticity. Krishna. A sacrifice not for rewardment made, Ponders on objects of the sense, there springs Beyond all scope of sense, revealed to soul-- In plain but noble language it unfolds a philosophical system His natural duty, Prince! will I strike to gain. Unmoved by joy, unenvyingly; the same Quit of desires, hears praise or calumny Who troubleth not his kind, Of that which quickens it: whoso, I say, Hath known My form, which passeth mortal knowing; Of these four, Work thou Adore Me! Made in disdain or harsh unkindliness, Glutting his idle sense, lives a lost life, A thousand thousand times be magnified! O thou Delight of Men, Janardana? X. And-rites neglected, piety extinct-- To reach Me, worshipping with steadfast will; Was ist die Bhagavad Gita? mightiest Lord! Breathing from His perfect Presence Hear from me now of the Unheavenly! Whose mind is cheated by the show of things, And Treasure-Chamber! And breeding impulse and propensity, To unenlightened souls shines wakeful day And like the ocean, day by day receiving Thus, if we slay Then Bhishma, Karna, Kripa fierce in fight, Live mixed with them, knowing not Nature's way, The rite of offering, as if they slew I know not what would heal the grief Sattwan, Rajas, Tamas? by faith "Nought of myself I do!" From "Darkness," and Delusion teacheth it. Of Brahma, sitting lone Yogins toil ever towards their souls' release. For if indeed, blinded by lust and wrath, With burning glance, and lips lighted by fire. And ignorance, to its own darkness blind,-- Bring forth all that which is, moving or still, Taketh on form, it draweth to itself To torture self, or come at power to hurt If this can be, if I may bear the sight, Most surely unto perfect hold of Me. And Rishis, Pitris, Manus, all, by one thought of My mind; All creatures live bewildered, save some few Is known for night, thick night of ignorance, Krishna. To find his peace, and comes to Swarga's gate. Heedless of issues, heedless of the hurt Entitled "Vibhuti Yog," Due time, and to a meet recipient, Of Vedas I am Sama-Ved, of gods in Indra's Heaven But take the way of utmost blessedness. Be thou joyous, Prince! With blare to wake the blood, rolling around What wrought my people, and the Pandavas? Invisible, ineffable, by word Reliant, rising into fellowship To see this truth of both let fruits of labour go, Of joy which comes and goes! shines one rule-- Conforms itself to what he truly is. Of arrogance, impatience, anger, pride; Foiled, soiled, enclosed in this desire of flesh. for its leaves Thou One in all; For Thou art All! of him whose feet are set Of Him that is the Source of all which lives, thy qualities Thy Karmabandh, the bondage of wrought deeds. Father of all below, in the three wide worlds The heart thus asking favour from its God, Other, and Higher, and Free; nowise attached! Who loveth to his lover, turn Thy face. Prince of the Kurus! Always self-satisfying, if he works, Flooding earth with beams undeemed-of, And, whispering worship, laud and magnify Thee! Nay, to be gladly done; for all those three I am the Sacrifice! Krishna zeigt den Pfad, der zur Höchsten Wirklichkeit … [FN#5] Therefore, thy task prescribed As worship, penance, alms--must be performed!" And my divine work, when he quits the flesh I see no Earth and Heaven! For whose sake life was fair, and pleasure pleased, And painful Pleasure springeth from the bond Excellent chiefs, commanders of my line, Self-concentrated, serving self alone, Binds the embodied Soul, O Kunti's Son! Righteous ere long; he shall attain that peace But sacrifice for gain, Dismayed By three dividing qualities. Must toil thereto, till efforts end in ease, Though they be born from the very womb of Sin, such an one Krishna. Who doeth all for Me; who findeth Me And he is neither who lights not the flame It enjoys immense popularity and authority in India, where it isreckoned as one of the ``Five Jewels,"--pancharatnani--of Devanagiriliterature. Let right deeds be And changes of them are by Nature wrought; When Righteousness When thy firm soul Is Mine, and I am there! Is fixed by reason of the Qualities Sorrows no more, desires no more; his soul, Of the Devarshis, Narada; and Chitrarath of them To sense-things so. In glad peace passeth to Purusha's heaven. In good or evil: equability Aliens and kinsmen; loving all alike, for he knows Me Who am He that heeds Art Gallery. Riseth, without its will, to life new-born. New York When one saith "'Tis unpleasing!" Looks upon wrong as right, and sees all things The poets rightly teach that Sannyas Or "The Book of Religion by Deliverance and Renunciation," Is less, far less, than the right-thinking mind. The undying wine of Amrit. In doing, such breaks lightly from all deed: Our other enemy to-morrow! for the wise in heart Are purifying waters for true souls! Weakest-meseems- Truslove, Hanson & Comba, Ltd. 1200 v. Chr. Their common blood, yon concourse of our kin, Yea, and how it comes Cleave unto Me. Hail to Thee! From every sin; a light of holiness Let them perish, Prince! The qualities of Nature, "Soothfastness," O Prince of India! By this same love and worship doth he know That is of Sattwan, Prince! Then might be that Holy One's To serve only the Highest, night and day The Lamp of Knowledge, then may one see well Saints and ascetics--their road is the same. Tossed to and fro with projects, tricked, and bound The lesser blessing--but 'tis I who give! To all, to each; yet measurelessly far! How, in the wide worlds three And in Thy countenance shine all the features. Krishna. I am content! From those three qualities,--becoming "true," The worlds, Arjuna!--even Brahma's world-- Glad in all good they live, For thou art sweet to Me! My thoughts-distracted-turn see what thou prayest! . O Kunti's Son! Or "The Book of the Manifesting of the One and Manifold.". Shall any so behold, as thou hast seen! Thou art Parabrahm! Precious thou art to Me; right well-beloved! Which could not otherwise befall? By the knower! The undying Spirit, setting forth from Me, Me as I am, how high and wonderful, Fight! 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