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17/Oct/2022

In this post, Slokas From Gita (Nos.63-66)(Ch.2), the text of Bhagavat Gita narrated. Slokas From Gita (Nos.63-66)(Ch.2) consists of the 63rd,64th, 65th and 66th Slokas of CH.2. Observing the Army on the Battlefield of Kurukshetra from the Gita. 

 

Bhagavad Gita or Gitopanisad is one of the most important Upanishad. Bhagavad Gita is the philosophy of life narrated and explained by Lord Krsna to his devotee and friend Arjuna.

Gita (Nos.63-66)(Ch.2)

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Gita (Nos.63-66)(Ch.2)

krodhad bhavati sammohah
sammohat smrti-vibhramah
smrti-bhramsad buddhi-naso
buddhi-nasat pranasyati

 

Anger gives birth to a misconception; misconception makes misapprehension of the mind. Misapprehension of the mind in turn again puts one in the material pool.

 

 

By improvement of Krsna consciousness, you possibly can know that the entirety has its use in the service of the Lord. Those who’re with out information of Krsna consciousness artificially attempt to keep away from material objects, and as a result, despite the fact that they desire liberation from material bondage, they do now no longer attain the appropriate level of renunciation.

Draupadi and Durydhan

A Krsna conscious person engaged with all his sence to the service of the Lord can easily stay away from materoial consciousness. So, after providing the right eatables to the Lord, the devotee takes the remnants, referred to as prasadam. Thus everything turns into spiritualized and there’s no threat of a downfall. The devotee takes prasadam in Krsna consciousness, while the non-devotee rejects it as material.

The impersonalist, therefore, can’t enjoy life because of his artificial renunciation; and for this reason, a mild agitation of the mind pulls him down once more into the pool of material existence. It is stated that any such soul, despite the fact that growing up to the point of liberation, falls down once more because of his not having support in devotional service.

 

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Gita (Nos.63-66)(Ch.2)

raga-dvesa-vimuktais tu
visayan indriyais caran
atma-vasyair vidheyatma
prasadam adhigacchati

 

A man can be free from all disinclination and attachment by the mercy of the Lord who can control his sense by following principles of freedom.

 

 

It is already defined that one may externally manipulate the senses by a few artificial processes, however, but they are bound to fail if they are not engaged in the transcendental service of the Lord. The Krsna conscious individual is worried only with the pleasure of Krsna, and not anything else. Therefore, he’s transcendental to all attachment.

 

If Krsna wants, the devotee can do anything that’s mostly undesirable; and if Krsna does not want, he shall now no longer try this which he might have ordinarily carried out for his own pleasure. Therefore to act or not to act is inside his control due to the fact he acts most effectively under the direction of Krsna. This consciousness is the causeless mercy of the Lord, which the devotee can obtain regardless of his being connected to the sensual platform.

 

 

 

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Gita (Nos.63-66)(Ch.2)

prasade sarva-duhkhanam
hanir asyopajayate
prasanna-cetaso hy asu
buddhih paryavatisthate

 

A person who placed himself in Divine Consciousness finds himself in a delighted state, his intelligence becomes steady. he is free from threefold miseries.

Krishna convincing Arjuna to fight

 

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Gita (Nos.63-66)(Ch.2)

 

nasti buddhir ayuktasya
na cayuktasya bhavana
na cabhavayatah santir
asantasya kutah sukham

 

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A person when not in a state of a supernatural consciousness does not have control over his mind and also does not possess steady intelligence. So, he cannot have peace in his mind. Without peace, he cannot be happy.

 

Unless one is in Krsna consciousness, there’s no possibility of peace. So it’s far confirmed in the latter that after one knows that Krsna is the most effective enjoyer of all of the good consequences of sacrifice and penance and that He is the owner of all universal manifestations, that He is the actual friend of all living entities, then only can one have actual peace.

Therefore, if one isn’t always in Krsna consciousness, there can’t be a final goal for the mind. The disturbance is because of the need for an ultimate goal, and whilst one is sure that Krsna is the enjoyer, owner, and friend of everyone and everything, then one can, with a steady mind, bring about peace. Therefore, one who’s engaged with out a relationship with Krsna is really always in misery and is with out peace, but much one may make a display of peace and religious development in life. Krsna consciousness is a self-manifested peaceful situation that may be achieved only in a relationship with Krsna.

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