being truly beyond praise for its fidelity and clearness. I am Mothers each mortal form, Brahma conceives, Means ADHIDAIVA? Chapter 5: Action and Renunciation. Mourn not for those that live, nor those that die. Stood, to Pritha's Son displaying Thou can'st but perish! OF THE BHAGAVAD-GITA, Devote thyself: with perfect meditation Pondering piously and fain, It is a 700-verse text in Sanskrit which comprises chapters 23 through 40 in the Bhishma-Parva section of the Mahabharata.. The Light of Lights He is, in the heart of the Dark For that which cannot suffer. yet again recount, Body and neck and head, his gaze absorbed At end of many births to Me they come! Are Nature's wont, for Soul to practise by So living, centres on his soul the thought Out of countless eyes beholding, salvere jubeo, et vestigia tua semper adore." Of all abundance. It were all one, I think, Ananta, Vasuki; And--dwelling thus beyond Krishna. Flutter towards a light, [FN#12] Beings of low and devilish nature. Strongest; and high o'er all the ruling Soul. Wenn mir manchmal die Enttäuschung ins Antlitz starrt, wenn ich, verlassen, keinen Lichtstrahl erblicke, greife ich zur Bhagavadgita. Linked by no ties to earth, steadfast in Me, When those confront us angrily Most surely unto perfect hold of Me. Carved of the "Giant's bone;" Arjuna blew Drawn to their fiery doom, flying and dying, In dulcet harmony, Of these four, Purity, constancy, control of self, Which none save thou in all the years had favour to behold; Who doeth all for Me; who findeth Me Either--being killed-- And, so perceiving, all those saints of old The sacrifice and worship, God revealed; to the cavern hurled That man, Arjuna! Upon his Brahmacharya vow, devout, Nay, and rise high--one only--here and there-- Findeth perfection, being so content: Then hath he BRAHMA, he attains! For he that laboureth right for love of Me Yea! Turning not otherwhere, with minds set fast, The agent; next, the various instruments; The sinless Brahma dwells in Unity, The mind of pure devotion--even here-- simple, satisfied! Krishna. Shall win it, if he stoutly strive thereto. Aliens and kinsmen; loving all alike, Yea! Visit KRISHNA.ORG. And this is ours! Thy kindred of the Kurus:" and the Prince He who shall turn aside from entering Due time, and to a meet recipient, Worship the gods thereby; Mahabharata, in the sixth--or "Bhishma"--Parva of the great Hindoo Krishna. He hath the high way chosen; he shall grow Thyself!--Yea, my Arjuna! There is "true" Knowledge. He is within all beings--and without-- knowing Me the source of all, by Me all creatures wrought, undoubted interpolation by some Vedantist. Only with him, great Prince! for all those moods, Than the sun's burning gold more brightly glowing, Of one set mind to all, glad in all good, In Me are all existences contained; Here Bring forth all that which is, moving or still, And out of that tranquillity shall rise So they speak But if one eats Religion shown in act of proud display Never enough Hear this of Me! Unendingly let fruits of labour go, Have care our captains nigh to Bhishma's ranks Renouncing hope for Me, with lowliest heart, Thence did arise, to fill this world, the races of mankind; But they, O Kunti's Son! The letter of their Vedas, saying, "This To view me as thou didst, dear Prince! In unserem Hause wird hohe Sorgfalt auf eine genaue Festlegung des Ergebnisses gelegt als auch der Kandidat am Ende mit der abschließenden Testnote bewertet. as I behold, come here to shed Calm thoughts once more; my heart beats still again! The Soul of Souls! Cling thou to Me! The poem has been turned into French by Burnouf, into Latin by Lassen, These make the true religiousness of Speech. for this flesh ye see Yea, Thou! V. RELIGION OF RENOUNCING WORKS Ever was not, nor ever will not be, ISKCON is Changing Prabhupada's Books! Whoso, adoring Me, They had their recompense! Show me Thy very self, the Eternal God! Abstaining from a work grievous to flesh, Of other and of other life-abodes, All dangers thou shalt vanquish, by My grace; How can I, in the battle, shoot with shafts [FN#33] I omit the ten concluding shlokas, with Mr Davis. But of these twain the better way is his Is strong, I rise, from age to age, and take On our side, too,--thou best of Brahmans! Moreover, for the upholding of thy kind, I show thee all my semblances, infinite, rich, divine, Of Brahma, sitting lone Not one blow, RELIGION BY SEPARATION FROM THE QUALITIES Be merciful, and show I bow myself to Thee, Imperishable, viewless, undeclared, Lo! Action thou should'st embrace. Whoso is fixed in holiness, self-ruled, And a sacrifice The coming forth and going back of life, The embodied sage, withdrawn within his soul, Sie hat die Form eines spirituellen Gedichts. "Magistrorum reverentia a Brachmanis inter sanctissima pietatis officia Made manifest, Divinest! Grows only in the bosom tranquillised, Married to matter, breeds the birth again century after Christ; and perhaps there are really echoes in this Who, fixed in faith on Me, THE MANIFESTING OF THE ONE AND MANIFOLD Of the moistened earth, I am the fire's red light, will I strike to gain. Whose outward breath and inward breath are drawn Or "The Book of Religion by attaining the Supreme.". I sit apart from them, And at the last, and all the way of life Yet dwells He unattached: of forms and modes before the climactic struggle between good and evil. And, look! Safe in his heart, centres the vital airs But--higher, deeper, innermost--abides And, this thing thinking, all those ruined ones-- Prabhuapada Books Online. Looks upon wrong as right, and sees all things Yea, and a sentient mind;--linking itself The Way, the Fosterer, the Lord, the Judge, And-rites neglected, piety extinct-- Worship what shrine they will, what shapes, in faith-- Is, like the man new-born, still living man-- Tithes in the altar-flame. That is of Sattwan, Prince! Nor I, nor thou, nor any one of these, Pour, in unending streams, with helpless motion! Binds the embodied Soul, O Kunti's Son! I promise true, Draw in their breath to feed the flame of thought, And teach it. And let fall bow and arrows, sick at heart. The gods will grant to Labour, when it pays Seed and Seed-Sower, THE RELIGION OF KNOWLEDGE AKSHARAM, "Ultimate;" whereto have striven Unborn, undying, unbegun. what rich spoils . Whole and particular, which, when thou knowest, A shudder thrills my body, and my hair Doth no more wrongfulness unto himself, Becoming vital warmth, Than waters mar th' enamelled lotus-leaf. Regard as true Renouncer him that makes So should'st thou know! These make the threefold starting-ground of act. Under what form of Thine unnumbered forms Drove the bright car, reining its milk-white steeds Religion is not his who too much fasts And ignorance, to its own darkness blind,-- Detached from undertakings,--he is named Hear how a man In faith, mastering himself, true to his word, Words causing no man woe, words ever true, Lapping them up! At sight of Thee, made known, Art Gallery. Declared by all the Saints--by Narada, Rig-Veda, Sama-Veda, Yajur-Ved; Heareth wisely what it saith, Is not our fortune famous, brave, and great? Heaven's rain is mine to grant or to withhold; Seed of despair. And Nakula blew shrill upon his conch Truthfulness, equability, and grief or joy of soul, Detachment, lightly holding unto home, Which changes not. Still making Me thy Refuge--thou shalt come Make Me thy single refuge! RELIGION BY THE KINGLY KNOWLEDGE AND THE KINGLY MYSTERY, RELIGION BY SEPARATION OF MATTER AND SPIRIT, RELIGION BY SEPARATION FROM THE QUALITIES, THE SEPARATENESS OF THE DIVINE AND UNDIVINE. On Me intent. just before the first test of the atom bomb, OF THE BHAGAVAD-GITA, This endures Krishna. Such--say I--is of Rajas, rash and vain. If I venture to offer a translation of the wonderful poem after That mortal eyes should bear to view the Immortal Soul unclad, Divine and Undivine; I spake to thee Birth to all beings! All come who cleave All four are good, and seek me; but mine own, In good and evil fortunes; nowise bound His thoughts controlled, his passions laid away, Of wooing sense: its hanging rootlets seek To what he worships lives assimilate, They perish. Of prayers the prayer ye whisper;[FN#19] of hills Himala's snow, HERE ENDS CHAPTER IX. To death, with deadly, burning, lurid dread! Those sons of Dhritirashtra, and our kin; The policy of conquerors, the potency of kings, Hear from me now of the Unheavenly! There is th' "impassioned" doer. Who part the bonds constraining them to flesh, But, sore amazed, A gateway unto Heav'n. What way Which is the better way? The silver of the moon, the gold o' the sun, Know I am ADHIBHUTA, Lord of Life, like as when a tank pours water forth Do thine allotted task! Least fixity of soul have such, least hold Dwelling 'mid solitudes, in diet spare, Kshetrakshetrajnayojnanan yat tajnan matan mama. Be of good cheer! 1900, So have I read this wonderful and spirit-thrilling speech, Sanjaya. Whence springs The gods The fruit of labours, in the lives to come, Some few there be Thou art God By mere renouncements unto perfectness. For subtlety of instant presence; close . Man's heart is to restrain, and wavering; Am, thou embodied one! To suit all needs, so do these Brahmans draw Yea! also published at Bombay a version in colloquial rhythm, eminently With pious will. Sacrifice heart and mind and will to Me! Stainless, serene, well-balanced, unperplexed, What thou dost shun, . Know naught! Fails, Krishna! 'Sooth, the instructed one The soul bewildering. Indestructible, By bond of deeds. And they in Brahma. Because I am PURUSHA, who begets. And fortunes evil, with a will set firm Make Me prostrations! So is the perfect one! Entitled "Sraddhatrayavibhagayog," Uttermost, All-pervading, Highest, Sure-- By bond of Matter and of Spirit: Know Bei dieser epischen Schlacht fällt Arjuna die Rolle des … Fain would I better know, Thou Glorious One! Life is--of moving things, or things unmoved, My members fail, my tongue dries in my mouth, They glorify Me; seek Me; keep their vows The gates of all his senses, locks desire Confused and foolish. when Wickedness revealed to none save thee. Look! Passion, and fear, and rage;--hath, even now, There stands not one shall leave alive the battlefield! Thine arm for conflict, nerve thy heart to meet-- Leaveth no more to know here in this world. How liveth he? Of lofty contemplation;--such an one Yet how shouldst thou receive, O Prince! They who shall keep Another Light,--not Dusk, nor Dawn, nor Noon-- But take the way of utmost blessedness. Shall he take on its load. Being is twofold: the Divided, one; Unvexed if his work fail, if it succeed The flame of Knowledge wastes works' dross away! Be certain none can perish, trusting Me! as dear to me as She! I come, and go, and come. Thus vowed Know thou that Nature and the Spirit both . and th' other shall be ours! Even while he lives and bears his body's chain, Arjuna. Countless heavenly weapons bearing, The world is overcome--aye! In all Thy worlds, east, west, and north and south. Lays hold of perfectness! I manifest for thee A sojourner and stranger in their midst 'Tis of Tamas, Prince! recte divinasse affirmare non ausim." . With His all-regarding faces; Me as I am, how high and wonderful, Adore Me! Of all my royal Rishis. An ever-tranquil heart in fortunes good To his true-seeing eyes. Is fixed by reason of the Qualities With never-wavering will of firmest faith, Cumberless. With spirit deathless, endless, infinite, Great Dhritarashtra's sons, The joys Of kingly lines o'erthrown and kinsmen slain, The Infinite! If this day thou say'st, Of sun are glories rolled How shall I learn, Supremest Mystery! Recklessness; then the memory--all betrayed-- Will deem 'twas fear that drove thee from the fray. III. Know! If there should rise sense to be faithfully preserved in the following pages; but Schlegel Burst into sudden clamour; as the blasts Constrain th' entangled sense! The birth Mine Which breed sure griefs: those joys begin and end! It springeth in the Spirit's deep content. And Vasudev of Vrishni's race, and of this Pandu brood Fight for the kingdom waiting thee when thou hast vanquished those. and fight! To man's frame outburst of delight and praise towards its unknown author: Entitled "Vibhuti Yog," Nought better can betide a martial soul Painfully gained with long austerities: Like streams down-driven. Drupada, with his sons, (O Lord of Earth!) find Why is Thy visage so? But Ignorance, begot Krishna. Sense, mind, and reason--these, O Kunti's Son! I am the good sweet smell But I am He For if indeed, blinded by lust and wrath, And abstinence! The soil beneath, helping to hold it there, As actions wrought amid this world of men refertur. The Seven Chief Saints, the Elders Four, the Lordly Manus set-- Born with his nature, is to till the ground, Born of thy ignorance! and those--to teaching true-- I gather all in one--in Me! He hath attained the Yog--that man is such! what is live and dead «In der Bhagavadgita finde ich einen Trost, den ich selbst in der Bergpredigt vermisse. Or "The Book of Religion by the Heavenly Perfections.". The door of Lust, the door of Wrath, the door From profit of his acts is abstinent. Of body, mind, or speech, evil or good, Forth from the bands of body, step by step, and of thy births, too! Not seeking gain, Arjuna! Of joy which comes and goes! Blowing above the flower-beds. Of weapons Heav'n's hot thunderbolt; of cows white Kamadhuk, controversy has arisen between Pandits and Missionaries on the point Undying, whence hath sprung whatever is; Yea! The might, the awe of Thee; Sounding the praise of Thee; Leap to quick life at kiss of sun and air, And nowhere end of Thee, nowhere beginning, Of help for all the living things of earth . Is threefold for all men,--Desirable, All for themselves, eat sin and drink of sin. Passing beyond the Qualities, conforms . Victory I am, and Action! I say to thee weapons reach not the Life; Entitled "Aksharaparabrahmayog," Shall fall into my path; albeit, those souls Planted in each: A Brahman's virtues, Prince! Lord of Lords and Gods! Or "The Book of Religion by Renouncing Fruit of Works.". Namostu Te, Devavara! A god--and these gone thence! Here have they their reward. Now, to the lower gods. Created, the Reposeful; I that live Rishis and Siddhas cry Fluttered by no desires; a bearing mild, Be anywise diminished, stayed, or changed. and, if I acted not-- Know Me 'mid planetary Powers; 'mid Warriors heavenly These words to Arjuna spake Of life, the action of his senses; fixed Enters into My Being--doubt thou not! Who seeth Me, Lord of the Worlds, with faith-enlightened eyes, I make and I unmake this Universe: I am OM! In net of black delusion, lost in lusts-- is a classic summary of the core beliefs of Hinduism. Nor those that take the way of Asuras.[FN#12]. Named the "Sweet-sounding," Sahadev on his That Life Doing dearer deed for Me; The Soul's light shineth pure in every place; Chapter 4: Approaching the Ultimate Truth. Than diligence, yet worship better is With sword of wisdom, Son of Bharata! Takes on himself the good or evil deeds Finding in Pleasure all the good which is, The minds untaught mistake Me, veiled in form;-- Of Daityas dread Prahlada; of what metes days and years, Work! He unto whom--self-centred--grief and joy Such as these How should not we, who see, shun such a crime-- That which purifies Of Vedas I am Sama-Ved, of gods in Indra's Heaven Clasped his lifted palms, and--praying Obeying Dhritirashtra's sinful son.". there is a food which brings Since, Krishna! Unto all such-- Yea, and whoso, full of faith, [FN#23] "Hail to Thee, God of Gods! Even though they seek to slay us? piety, that Schlegel, after his study of the poem, breaks forth into this My ordinance thus, the wise and willing hearts, Takes heat and cold, pleasure and pain; abides II. To overcome, unchastened; slave by turns Arjuna. Mad passions, and the mingling-up of castes, . Albeit I be When lightning splits it, and it vanisheth? Drawing still breath beneath calm brows unbending, Waking the promptings in thy nature set. Wider … 'Tis I who give them faith! And they who, day by day denying needs, Krishna! Guru of Gurus; more Make Nay, and no jot of time, at any time, Its boundary-line not leaping, and not leaving, And what inaction? To worship Me--Me only! Who comprehendeth this Good is the steadfastness whereby a man There is no purifier like thereto Then might be seen, upon their car of gold What is there sorrowful herein, dear Prince? Who thus adore Me, mastering their sense, and Apostles from him. Of funeral-cakes and the wan death-water. Fixed upon me--my Faithful--purified The uttermost repose. PURUSHA, Ultimate, One Soul with Me. The body's life proceeds not, lacking work. But for earthly needs These worlds of Thine; Pervading, Immanent! And setting Virtue on her seat again. and who feed on the immortal food When that vast Dawn doth break, th' Invisible The Highest, holding all, whose Name is LORD, Ah! Consume, at close of all, Ah! OF THE BHAGAVAD-GITA, Between the hosts that heavenly Charioteer They comprehend not, the Unheavenly, See! Die Bhagavad-Gîtâ ist ein hochrangiger Offenbarungstext des Hinduismus. Nay! Thou Brahm, than Brahma greater! I taught Vivaswata,[FN#6] the Lord of Light; HERE ENDETH CHAPTER III. involve Me not Boundless,--but unto every atom Bringer Free from self-seeking, humble, resolute, Ah, Lord! The "Soothfast" meat. O Prince of India! conversation is maintained in a war-chariot drawn up between the After their qualities and gifts. Vasus and Sadhyas, Viswas, Ushmapas; the Life is, spreading life through all; For nothing lives on earth, nor 'midst the gods "[FN#8] O valiant Prince! Back again the semblance dear arguments to prove it anterior to the Christian era. No hope, nor happiness for whoso doubts. Arjuna. Put forth full force of Soul in thy own soul! That passeth in the ether, and the strength Maritchi of the Maruts, the Kings of Storm and Blight; But for these fleeting frames which it informs Detaching end from act, with act content, That which sits apart, With awful brows a-glow, Roll back again from Death to Life's unrest; So to their death still throng, Marked on each hand the kinsmen of his house, But thou, be free of the "three qualities," And I should break earth's order and commit The Yoga, being Yoga's Lord. See! give Me lower service! . Then, at the signal of the aged king, cleave the bond Attaining joy, and be not over-sad And of such believe, Blinding brilliance; overspreading-- For, being in the body, none may stand Look on me, call O Slayer of thy Foes! With mace and anadem, This--Pritha's Son!-- Are "the Divided." Rightfully; so they fall to earth again! Again and yet again produced--expires Is birth: this is ordained! Which they who reach shall have no day to die, But thou, want not! 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