Bhagavad Gita Chapter 12

Gita Chapter 12

Twelfth Conversation – Bhagavad Gita chapter 12

The Road of Love to the Most Loving Hyang | Gita Chapter 12

Gita Chapter 12: Bhakti Yoga, Bhakti Holy Devotion, elaborates on how to yoga with bhakti (Bhakti yoga), purely sacred devotion to God, is the highest and most potent way to achieve pure devotional love to the almighty, the highest purpose of spiritual life. The person who goes down this highest path can develop sacred qualities.

Chapter 12: sloka: 1 – 5

12:1

arjuna uvāca evaṁ satata-yuktā ye bhaktās tvāṁ paryupāsate

ye cāpy akṣaram avyaktaṁ teṣāṁ ke yoga-vittamāḥ

Arjuna asked:

“Who among the truly Do you understand yoga? Those who always worship You as a Tangible Hyang, or are they who worship you as an Intangible Hyang and Never Extinct?”

12:2

śrī-bhagavān uvāca mayy āveśya mano ye māṁ nitya-yuktā upāsate

śraddhayā parayopetāḥ te me yuktatamā matāḥ

Śrī Bhagavān (Kṛṣṇa Hyang Maha Berkah) replied:

“Those who believe fully and always realize his permanence with Me, worship Me with his mind centered to Me, are the chief Yogīs, so I presume.”

12:3-4

ye tv akṣaram anirdeśyaṁ avyaktaṁ paryupāsatesarvatra-gam
acintyaṁ ca kūṭa-sthaṁ acalaṁ dhruvam

sanniyamyendriya-grāmaṁ sarvatra sama-buddhayaḥte
prāpnuvanti mām eva sarva-bhūta-hite ratāḥ

“Those who have controlled themselves, be the same towards all beings; and always strive for welfare for all of them with full awareness that everything is real sparks of Hyang Transcend all Forms and Clusters of Thoughts and Feelings, Hyang Maha Ada, Never Extinct, Unexplained, Immortal, Immortal, Unwavering, and Unchanging – finally fused with Me.”

12:5

kleśo’dhikataras teṣāṁ avyaktāsakta-cetasāmavyaktā
hi gatir duḥkhaṁ dehavadbhir avāpyate

“Self-centeredness to intangible Hyang, and achieving unity with Him, it is indeed heavier as long as the Soul is still tangible and conscious;”

Chapter 12: sloka: 6 – 10

12:6-7

ye tu sarvāṇi karmāṇi mayi saṁnyasya mat-paraḥananyenaiva
yogena māṁ dhyāyanta upāsate

teṣāṁ ahaṁ samuddhartā mṛtyu-saṁsāra-sāgarātbhavāmi
na cirāt pārtha mayy āveśita-cetasām

“On the contrary, those who always work with the spirit of offering to Me; worshiping Me as Hyang Maha Mewujud; focusing his entire consciousness on Me without being distracted by anything; O Arjuna, I will surely help cross the seasaṁsāra, this repeated birth and death.”

12:8

mayy eva mana ādhatsva mayi buddhiṁ niveśayanivasiṣyasi
mayy eva ata ūrdhvaṁ na saṁśayaḥ

“Therefore, focus all your thoughts, feelings, and buddhi, your intelligence on me; Thus, surely you will always be with Me, there is nothing you need to do. doubt in this matter.”

12:9

atha cittaṁ samādhātuṁ na śaknoṣi mayi sthiramabhyāsa-yogena
tato mām ichāptuṁ dhanañjaya

“If you are not able to focus your consciousness on me; then achieve unity with Me by doing Yoga; O Arjuna.”

12:10

abhyāse’py asamartho’si mat-karma-paramo bhava
mad-artham fire karmāṇi kurvan siddhim avāpsyasi

“If you cannot do Yoga, then work for Me; That way, too, you You can achieve self-perfection.”

Chapter 12: sloka: 11 – 15

12:11

athaitad apy aśakto’si kartuṁ mad-yogam āśritaḥsarva-karma-phala-tyāgaṁ
tataḥ kuru yatātmavān

“However, even if you can’t do that, then with devotion to Me, control yourself and give up all the results of your deeds on Me.”

12:12

śreyo hi jñānam abhyāsāj jñānād dhyānaṁ viśiṣyatedhyānāt
karma-phala-tyāgas tyāgāc chāntir anantaram

“True Knowledge is more noble than practice. who is not smart without sorting between the right and the wrong for dilakoni; Meditation or concentration of consciousness on the Divine, nobler than True Knowledge; and, breaking away from attachment to the results of deeds is nobler than Meditation; True peace is the result of release. that is.”

12:13-14

adveṣṭā sarva-bhūtānāṁ maitraḥ karuṇa eva canirmamo
nirahaṅkāraḥ sama-duḥkha-sukhaḥ kṣamī

santuṣṭaḥ satataṁ yogī yatātmā dṛḍha-niścayaḥmayy
arpita-mano-buddhir yo mad-bhaktaḥ sa me priyaḥ

“Free from hate against others creatures; friendly with all, full of compassion; free from ‘me’s and sense of ownership; equal and balanced in joy and sorrow; full of fortitude, easy forgive;”

“Satisfied with what he achieved, and under control himself, always remembering Me, is with Me; thoughts, feelings, and his intelligence is centered on Me; a strong man in his beliefs like that are really dear to me.”

12:15

yasmān nodvijate loko lokān nodvijate ca yaḥharṣāmarṣa-bhayodvegair
mukto yaḥ sa ca me priyaḥ

“It is not disturbing, disturbing. fellow beings: and also not to be disturbed, enraged by anyone; free from pseudo-pleasure (obtained from sensory pleasure), sense of envy, worry, and fear – are deeply concerned.”

Chapter 12: sloka: 16 – 20

12:16

anapekṣaḥ śucir dakṣa udāsīno gata-vyathaḥsarvārambha-parityāgī
yo mad-bhaktaḥ sa me priyaḥ

“He who doesn’t want something, is careful. holy without hypocrisy; intelligent, careful – full of wisdom, free from partisanship and restlessness – a guide who works without ‘me’an’ That’s what I love so much.”

12:17

yo na hṛṣyati na dveṣṭi na śocati na kāṅkṣatiśubhāśubha-parityāgī
bhaktimān yaḥ sa me priyaḥ

“He who has transcended pseudo-pleasure, hatred, suffering, and all desires; Not affected by duality well-bad; and having the spirit of sacrifice is very dear to me.”

12:18-19

samaḥ śatrau ca mitre ca tathā mānāpamānayoḥśītoṣṇa-sukha-duḥkheṣu
samaḥ saṅgavivarjitaḥ

tulya-nindā-stutir maunī santuṣṭo yena kenacitaniketaḥ
sthira-matir bhaktimān me priyo naraḥ

“He is the same with his friends and opponent; equal to respect and contempt, hot and cold, happy and difficult; and all other conflicting experiences; free from attachment;”

“Unfazed by praise and reproach; always in a state of eling, and satisfied with what he obtained for the sake of survival; free from a sense of ownership of the dwelling; full of the spirit of sacrifice is what I care about very much.”

12:20

ye tu dharmyāmṛtam idaṁ yathoktaṁ paryupāsateśraddadhānā
mat-paramā bhaktās te’tīva me priyāḥ

“Those who accept the noble policy I have delivered; firm in his devotion to Me; and, consider myself as the Highest Goal is the panembah, which I hold dear.”

Thus ended the Twelfth Conversation | Gita Chapter 12

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