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Yoga Universal Form of the Lord

The Yoga of the Universal Form of the Lord (Vishwarupa Sandarshana) Bhagavad Gita

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Chapter XI: The Yoga of the Universal Form of the Lord (Vishwarupa Sandarshana) of the Bhagavad Gita (Yoga Philosophy).

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Chapter XI of the Bhagavad Gita: Yoga Universal Form of the Lord (Vishwarupa Sandarshana Yoga)

Bhagavad Gita: Outline of Chapter XI- Yoga of the Universal Form of the Lord

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Thou art verily as Thou hast described Thyself, Parameshvara (Parabrahman)! Bhagavad Gita XI-3

Fifteen first verses of this chapter of the Bhagavad Gita (Yoga Philosophy)

Arjuna said:

1. By Thy grace towards me, Thou have explained to me the supreme mystery revealed by the knowledge of the Supreme; Thou banished my deception.

2. I have heard from Thou, in detail, the origin and destruction of beings, and also about Thy imperishable Majesty [sic], O Kamala-patraksha!

3. Thou art truly as Thou have described Thyself, Parameshvara! Now I long to behold that form of Yours as Ishvara, O Supreme Purusha

4. Lord, if Thou think it possible for me to endure this vision, O Yogeshvara, reveal to me Thy imperishable form.

The Lord said:

5. Behold, O Partha, My hundreds and thousands of divine forms, infinitely diverse, infinitely varied in color and aspect.

6. Behold the Adityas, the Vasus, the Rudras, the two Ashwins, the Maruts; Behold, O Bharata, the many wonders never revealed.

7. Contemplate today in My body the entire universe, oh Gudakesha, dynamic and static, all in one, as well as anything else you wish to see.

8. But you can't See Me with your own eyes. I give you the divine eye; Behold My sovereign power (of Yoga)!

Sanjaya said:

9. With these words, O King, the great Lord of Yoga, Hari, revealed to Partha His supreme form as Ishvara.

10. With many mouths and many eyes, many wonderful aspects, many divine ornaments and wielding many divine weapons.

11. Wearing garlands and divine garments, anointed with divine perfumes, he was the form of God, all wonderful, infinite, present everywhere.

12. If the splendor of a thousand suns illuminated the sky, perhaps it would resemble the splendor of that Powerful One.

13. Then Pandava saw the entire universe with its many divisions gathered as one in the body of that God of gods.

14. Then Dhananjaya, amazed and moved in every fiber of his being, bowed his head before the Lord, addressing Him by clasping his hands.

Arjuna said:

15. In Thy form, O Lord, I see all the gods and the various multitudes of beings, Lord Brahma on his lotus throne and all the sages and divine serpents.

The rest of the verses are in the Courses and in the Book The Yoga of Wisdom: Bhagavad Gita

Thus ends the eleventh chapter, titled Vishwarupa Sandarshana Yoga.

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With these words, the great Lord of Yoga, Hari, revealed His supreme form as Ishvara Bhagavad Gita XI-9

I am the time of the final destruction of the world, now engaged in destroying the worlds Bhagavad Gita XI-32

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