Category Archives: The Bhagavad Gita

The Three Gunas

*10.12 The Atman has no beginnings nor any of the discriminating characteristics of the three gunas. Though it apparently dwells in the body, Arjuna, IT is not the doer, nor does it give birth, nor is IT affected by any … Continue reading

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Ten: Unborn and Beginningless

10.1 The Blessed Unborn Lord said: Arjuna, listen-well to all that I bestow upon you, for you are my dearly beloved. 10.2 Neither the gods nor exotic beings nor holy sages know my origin, for I AM the Source of … Continue reading

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Cultum

9.11 The immature worldlings fail to look beyond material-appearance of my True Imageless-Nature THAT is the Unborn Lord of All. 9.12 Their shallow-reason is warped and their insolent-actions are wasteful as they fall-prey to a seductively-fiendish and demonic nature. These … Continue reading

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Nine: Mysterium Regium

A Most Confidential Gnosis 9.1 The Blessed Unborn Lord said: Arjuna, since you are not envious of me I shall now reveal to you the most Royal-Gnosis. Combining this gnosis with Divine Self-Realization, you will be liberated from even the … Continue reading

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Cosmic Cycles

8.16 Arjuna, from this tiny saha-world up to the realms of Great Bramās, all undergo repeated cosmic-cycles of rebirth. Only those who have awakened to my own Noble Self-realization are free from the karmic-spin. Even reaching the Great Brahmic-realms does … Continue reading

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Liberative Dharmakayic Technique

8.9 The Glory of the Unborn Lord is inconceivable, resplendently luminous and well-beyond the reach of any darkness. 8.10 Recollecting this at the time of death, through absolute one-pointedness of spirit the yogin is empowered to direct all vital energy … Continue reading

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Eight: Dharmakaya Yoga

Transcendent Exposures 8.1 Arjuna asked the Blessed One: Most highly Auspicious One, what is the Absolute? What is the nature of the Divine-Self? What really is Karma? What do you have to say about the Principle of Becoming? What do … Continue reading

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The Unborn-Deathless One

7.25 Eclipsed by Maya, the world does not know me as I AM IN MYSELF—the Unborn-Deathless One. Hidden behind the shadow-making propensities of man’s imposition on the deathless-face of the Unborn Essence, the Unmanifested-Spirit is forever eclipsed like a cancerous … Continue reading

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Thou shalt not have other gods before me

7.20 Led by their own lesser proclivities, many follow their lower natures and seek to worship demigods of their own shallow design. The lesser-able take shelter in a lower-class of demigods merely as a fulfillment of baser instincts that are … Continue reading

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Maya, the Womb of Cosmic-Delusion

7.14 All that is outside my Supra-Essential Core becomes manifested as Maya—the womb of cosmic-delusion. It is only those who take resolute refuge in my Self-Alone who will transcend this nefarious web. A wonderful resource I purchased a little while … Continue reading

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