Category Archives: The Bhagavad Gita

Seven: Gnosis of the Absolute

The Cosmic Necklace 7.1 Thus spoke the Blessed One: Arjuna, devote your whole-self to me and practice the Divine Unborn Yoga. In so doing take me as your exclusive-refuge; it is only in this solemn fashion that you can truly … Continue reading

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The All-Pervading Spirit

6.30 Recognizing everything as the manifestation of the One Light, one will never lose sight of the all-pervading Spirit. One is never apart from THAT which animates. Thus the emancipated yogin tastes the all-pervasiveness of the Infinite Dharma-Lord. 6.31 One … Continue reading

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Self-Mastery

6.18 When the mind is totally subjugated to the Divine Self (Atman), then one is indelibly united with the Unborn Lord. Unequivocally absorbed in Divine Blessedness, the mechanisms of the lower-self (body-consciousness) are disbanded. 6.19 The well-developed mind of the … Continue reading

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The Yogin’s Seat

6.7 The valiant-sage, absorbed in the Supreme-Self (Atman), is impervious to the elements of hot and cold; whether experiencing pleasure or pain, in honor or dishonor.  When one’s mind is immovable in the Self-Supreme, there is no other recourse other … Continue reading

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Six: Dhyana Yoga

The Yoga of True Renunciation is dependent upon Meditation 6.1 Thus spoke the Unborn Lord: One who acts dutifully in the Holy Dharma, regardless of the consequences, is a True Spiritual-Ascetic—not those who shun their duties and merely observe external … Continue reading

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Noumenal Bliss

5.19 From the vantage-point of one immersed in sheer luminosity, all about is nothing other than the Supreme Dharma Lord marked by the spirit of equanimity.  Equanimity of Mind is the very hallmark of Noble Self-Realization. Primordial Dharma-Yoga is an … Continue reading

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The Ensconced-Self

5.13 The Ensconced-Self, hidden in Unborn Bliss, knows Itself as the Transcendent Atman—the Guardian of the nine-gated fortress. IT neither moves nor is the performer of actions. When the Unborn Mind devotee rises above all defiling attachments and actions of … Continue reading

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Meditation on the Unborn Lord

5.6 Renunciation is difficult to attain without the disciplinary-action of yoking with the Unborn Lord. Yet by the practice of this yogic-discipline the muni shall quickly reach Divine Union. 5.7 One who is purely spiritual-minded, who is perpetually yoked in … Continue reading

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Return of the Unborn Gita

After a long hiatus we will now resume our study and version of the Bhagavad Gita in Light of the Unborn. When will this series be completed? Unknown. The Gita is epic in scope and we will continue now at … Continue reading

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Transcending Karma

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4.16 Even the greatest of spiritual sojourners’ become erratic when distinguishing between action and inaction. Yet, I will reveal to you what true-action is that will empower you to transcend all evil. Even those who have encountered the spiritual heights … Continue reading

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