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The Yoga of Divine and Demoniacal Inheritance (Daivasura Sampad Vibhaga Yoga) Gita XVI (Gandhi)

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Chapter XVI: The Yoga of Divine and Demoniacal Inheritance (Daivasura Sampad Vibhaga) of the Bhagavad Gita.

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Chapter XVI of the Bhagavad Gita: Yoga Divine and Demoniacal Inheritance (Daivasura Sampad Vibhaga Yoga)

Content - Chapter XVI Yoga Divine Inheritance Demoniacal (Jnana Philosophy, Bhagavad Gita)

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

The Lord said:

1. Courage, purity of heart, firmness in Jnana (Knowledge) and in yoga: knowledge and action, charity, self-control, sacrifice, spiritual study (Shastras), austerity and righteousness;

2. Nonviolence (Ahimsa), truth, absence of anger, spirit of dedication, serenity, aversion to slander, tenderness towards all that lives, freed from greed, gentleness, modesty, free from frivolity;

3. Spirituality, forgiveness, strength, purity, freedom from ill will and arrogance, these are found in him who is born with the divine inheritance, O Bharata (Arjuna).

4. Pretentiousness, arrogance, vanity, anger, rudeness, ignorance: these are found in one who is born with the diabolical inheritance.

5. The divine inheritance creates freedom, the diabolical slavery. Do not grieve, O Partha; you have been born with the divine inheritance.

6. There are two kinds of created beings in this world: the divine and the diabolical; The divine order has already been described in detail, hear from Me now that of the diabolical, O Partha.

7. Devilish men do not know what they can do or what they cannot do; nor is there purity, nor right conduct, nor truth to be found in them.

8. «Without truth, without foundations, without God; It is the universe,” they say; “Born from the union of the sexes, driven by nothing but desire."

9. Holding this view, these depraved souls, of weak understanding and cruel acts, come as the enemies of the world, to destroy it.

10. Surrendered to insatiable desire, possessed by hypocrisy, arrogance and vanity, sustaining evil ideas through deceit, they work for impure purposes.

11. Surrendered to limitless worries that end only with their death, making debauchery or desire their single objective, convinced that that is all.

12. Trapped in a web of thousands of hopes, slaves of desire and anger, they speak illegitimately amassing wealth just to satisfy their desires.

13. “This I have gained today, this desire I will achieve, this is mine and this wealth will be mine in the future"

14. “I have already killed this enemy, I will also kill others; I am the lord of all; joy is mine, perfection is mine, strength is mine, happiness is mine”

15. “I am rich and born in a noble family. What else is equal to me? I will make sacrifices! I will give alms! I will be happy!" Thus they think, deceived by ignorance;

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Thus ends the sixteenth chapter, titled Daivasura Sampad Vibhaga Yoga.

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