Bhagavad Gita, Sri Ramakrishna, Swami Vivekananda

Yoga Knowledge of Brahman



The Yoga of Knowledge and Realization of Brahman (Jananvijnana) Gita VII (Gandhi)

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Chapter VII: The Yoga of Knowledge and Realization of Brahman (Jananvijnana) of the Bhagavad Gita.

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Chapter VII of the Bhagavad Gita: Yoga Knowledge and Realization of Brahman

Content - Chapter VII Yoga of Knowledge and Realization of Brahman (Jananvijnana)

Vivekananda How can the Hindu, centered on God, believe in Buddhism, which is agnostic?

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

The Lord said:

1. Hear, O Partha, how, with your mind fixed on Me, practicing yoga and I being the only refuge, you will surely know Me completely.

2. I will expose this knowledge to you in its entirety, combined with discriminative knowledge, and when you have known it, there will be nothing more left to know.

3. Among thousands of men only one strives to achieve perfection; Among those who strive, hardly one truly knows Me.

4. Earth, Water, Fire, Air, Ether, Mind, Reason and Ego, therefore My Prakriti is divided by the eightfold path.

5. This is My lower aspect; know My other aspect, the higher one, which is Jiva (the Vital Essence, Purusha) by which, O Mahabahu, this world is sustained.

6. You have to know that these two make up the source from which all beings emanate; I am the origin and the end of the entire universe.

7. There is nothing superior to Me, O Dhananjaya; all this hangs on Me, like a row of gems on a thread.

8. In the water, I am the taste, O Kaunteya; in the sun and the moon, I am the light; I am the syllable OM of all the Vedas; the sound in the ether and the virility in men.

9. I am the sweet fragrance of the earth, the radiance in the fire, the life in all beings, and the austerity in the ascetics.

10. Know me, O Partha, for being the primeval seed of all beings; I am the reason of rational beings and the splendor of the splendid.

11. I am the strength of the strong, free from longing and attachment. I am, Ο lord of the Bharatas, the desire in all beings that is not contrary to Dharma.

12. You have to know that all the manifestations of the three Gunas, Sattva, Rajas and Tamas, do not come from anyone but Me; but I am not in them; they are in Me

13. Confused by these manifestations of the three gunas, as if transcending them, the entire world does not recognize Me as the Imperishable.

14. For this reason, My illusory divine mystery, composed of the three Gunas, is difficult to penetrate; but for those for whom I am their only refuge, they pierce the veil.

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

Thus ends the seventh chapter, titled Jananvijnana Yoga.

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