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Yoga of the Imperishable Parabrahman



The Yoga of the Imperishable Parabrahman (Akshara Parabrahma) Gita VIII (Gandhi)

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

Arjuna said:

1. What is Brahman? What is Adhyatma? What is Karma, O Purushottama? What is called Adhibhuta? And what is Adhidaiva?

2. And who here in this body is Adhiyajna and what is she like? And how at the hour of death Thou art known as the self-controlled?
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3. Brahman is supreme, imperishable. Its essential nature is called Adhyatma (Self-knowledge); the act of sacrifice that causes the birth of beings is named Karma

4. Adhibhuta is My perishable form; Adhidaivata is the individual Self in that form; and O best among the incarnated, Adhiyajna am I in this body, purified by sacrifice.

5. And he who at the last moment leaves him, abandoning his body, remembering Me only, enters Me, of this there is no doubt.

6. Or whatever form a man continually contemplates, that same form he remembers at the hour of death, and to that same form he goes, O Kaunteya.

7. Therefore, remember Me at all times and keep fighting, fixing your mind and reason on Me, you will surely come to Me.

8. With the thought firm through constant practice, without wandering, he who meditates on the Supreme Celestial Being, O Partha, goes towards Him.

9-10. Who, at the moment of his death, with his mind unbroken, with devotion and correctly fixing his breath between his eyebrows by the power of yoga, he meditates on the Sage, the Ancient One, the Ruler, subtler than the subtlest, the pillar of all, the Inconceivable, glorious as the sun beyond the darkness, he goes towards that Supreme Celestial Being.

11. That which the connoisseurs of the Vedas call the Imperishable (or that word that they repeat), into which ascetics liberated from passion and desiring to practice Brahmacharya enter, I will explain that Goal to you shortly.

12. Closing all doors (senses), enclosing his mind in his heart (hridaya), fixing his breath inside his head (prana), absorbed in yogic Meditation.

13. He who leaves the body by pronouncing OM - Brahman in one syllable - thinking repeatedly of Me, attains the highest state.

14. O Partha, who constantly remembers Me with his undivided mind, always attached to Me, that Yogi easily conquers Me.

15. The great souls, having come to Me, reach the highest perfection; They are not born again in this eternal abode of suffering.

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

Thus ends the eighth chapter titled Akshara Parabrahma Yoga.

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