Gita : Ch-6. Slo-28.





Srimad Bhagavad-Gita:


Chapter-6. ( Dhyana-yogam)



Slokam-28. ( Lord Krishna  summing up  all  details  explained  in  previous  slokam-s  once  again  to  Arjuna to  ensure his  understanding.)

{ Steady in the Self, being freed from all material contamination, the yogi achieves the highest perfectional stage of happiness in touch with the Supreme Consciousness. }



yunjannevam     sadatmanam      yogi    vigatakalmashah,


sukhena    brahmasamsparsam     atyantam     sukhamasnute.




Evam   =   thus;

sada     atmanam   =   always    mind    in   the  Paramatma  ( always   in   the   Self )  ;

yunjann    yogi   =   the   yogi    who    practice   to fix   ( being    engaged    in yoga    practice   one   who   is   in   touch  

with  the  Supreme   Self );

vigata-kalmashah   =   to    keep    away    from    vasanas  ( is    freed    from     all   material   contamination );

sukhena    =   without   any   effort   ( comfortably )  { in    transcendental    happiness };

brahma-samsparsam   =   in    the   experience   of   Brahmam  ( being   in    constant    touch   with   the   Supreme );

atyantam     sukham-asnute   =   Experience   the   Supreme    anandham    ( bliss ) { attains   happiness }.



Lord Krishna speaks of the boundless happiness experienced by such a yogi or one perfected in the science of the individual consciousness attaining communion with the ultimate consciousness. The sinless yogi whose accumulative reactions have all evaporated by continuous meditation on the atma or soul within the etheric heart and easily achieves moksa or liberation from the material existence and is best with the eternal bliss of communion with paramatam the supreme soul.

Then by possessing such blessed felicity such a yogi becomes blessed and achieves easily communion with the ultimate consciousness which destroys all sins and ignorance and which in itself is infinite bliss and attains moksa or liberation from the perpetual cycle of birth and death is while still living.

Exclusively dedicated to the atma or soul the yogi or one perfecting the science of the individual consciousness attaining communion with the ultimate consciousness by dhyana or meditation is relieved from all the vast, past accumulation of sins and receives infinite bliss arising from directly experiencing contact with the atma. Lord Krishna speaks the words brahma-samsparsam which means communion with paramatma the supreme soul and ultimate consciousness, by this one becomes liberated from the material existence. The words atyantam means endless, sukham means ecstasy and asnute means easily. The yogi who gives constant attention to the transcendental inner nature reachs perfection easily. Next the four levels of mature meditation will be described in the following four slokam-s.

To be continued  ....




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