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Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta Chapter 2 shlok 61

Bhagwat Geeta Chapter 2 Shlok-61 Those established in perfect knowledge are those who conquer their senses and maintain unwavering focus on Me. Description In this verse, the term yuktaḥ (united) signifies ‘absorption in devotion,’ while mat paraḥ conveys ‘toward Lord Krishna.’ The word āsīta (seated) is metaphorical, denoting being ‘situated or established.’ Having previously emphasized …

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Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta Chapter 2 shlok 60

Bhagwat Geeta Chapter 2 Shlok-60 The senses are so strong and turbulent, O son of Kunti, that they can forcibly carry away the mind even of a person endowed with discrimination who practices self-control. Description The senses resemble wild horses newly harnessed—impetuous and reckless—demanding discipline, a crucial battle for spiritual aspirants. Thus, those aspiring for …

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Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta Chapter 2 shlok 57

Bhagwat Geeta Chapter 2 Shlok-57 The one who maintains detachment regardless of circumstances, finding neither joy in good fortune nor despair in adversity, embodies the wisdom of a sage with flawless understanding. Description Rudyard Kipling, the renowned British poet, echoes the essence of the concept of Sthita Prajna, or the Sage of steady intelligence, in …

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Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta Chapter 2 shlok 54

Bhagwat Geeta Chapter 2 Shlok-54 Arjun inquired: “O Keshav, what are the traits of one established in divine consciousness? How does an enlightened individual speak, sit, and move?” Description The terms “sthita prajña” (one with steady intellect) and “samādhi-stha” (situated in trance) are applied to enlightened individuals. Having heard from Shree Krishna about the state …

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Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta Chapter 2 shlok 51

Bhagwat Geeta Chapter 2 Shlok-51 The wise, blessed with equanimity of intellect, relinquish attachment to the outcomes of actions, which otherwise entangle one in the cycle of birth and death. Through working in this consciousness, they achieve a state transcending all suffering. Description Shree Krishna elaborates further on the concept of working without attachment to …

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