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Yoga of the Field and the Knower

The Yoga of the Distinction between the Field and the Knower of the Field (Kshetra Kshetrajna Vibhaga) - Gita XIII (Gandhi)

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Chapter XIII: The Yoga of the Field and the Knower the Field (Kshetra Kshetrajna Vibhaga Yoga) of the Bhagavad Gita.

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Chapter XIII of the Bhagavad Gita: Yoga of the Distinction between the Field and the Knower of the Field (Kshetra Kshetrajna Vibhaga)

Content - Chapter XIII- The Yoga of the Distinction between the Field and the Knower of the Field (Jnana Philosophy, Bhagavad Gita)

I affirm that it is the true Knowledge. Bhagavad Gita XIII-3

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

The Lord said:

1. This body, O Kaunteya, is called the Field; he who knows it is called the knower of the Field by those who know it.

2. And he understands that I am the knower of the Field in all the Fields, O Bharata; and knowledge of the Field and the knower of the Field, I affirm that it is true knowledge.

3. Hear from Me briefly what that Field is, what is its nature, what are its modifications and where it comes from, as well as who He is and what is the power of him.

4. This Field has been sung differently by the sages and also in different ways, in different hymns and also in aphoristic texts about Brahman, well reasoned and unequivocal.

5. The great elements, Individuation, Reason, the Unmanifested, the ten senses and the one (mind), and the five spheres of the senses;

6. Desire, disgust, pleasure, pain, association, consciousness, cohesion: this is, in short, what is called the Field with its modifications.

7. Liberation from pride and pretension, Nonviolence (Ahimsa), forgiveness, righteousness, service to the Master, purity, firmness, moderation;

8. The aversion for sensory objects, the absence of selfishness, the perception of the pain of birth, death, old age, illness and sorrow;

9. The absence of attachment, detachment from one's own children, wife, home and the like, impartiality in the face of good or bad;

10. An unwavering devotion to Me by the Yoga of non-separation, resorting to lonely places, distaste for the society of men;

11. A firm conviction about the nature of Atman, the perception of the goal of knowledge of the Truth. All this is Knowledge and the opposite is ignorance.

12. Now I will explain to you what must be known and by knowing it you can enjoy immortality; He is the supreme Brahman who has no beginning, who is called neither Being nor non-Being.

13. With hands and feet everywhere, with eyes, heads, mouths, and ears everywhere, He exists in the worlds embracing everything. The universe.

14. Appearing to possess the functions of the senses, yet he is devoid of all of them; He touches nothing, he holds everything; Without having Gunas, he experiences the Gunas.

15. Outside of all beings and yet within; still but moving, subtle but imperceptible, so far and so close.

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Thus ends the thirteenth chapter, entitled Kshetra Kshetrajna Vibhaga Yoga

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