Bhagavad Gita Chapter 15

Gita Chapter 15

Fifteenth Conversation – Bhagawad Gita chapter 15

The Main Man – The Relationship of the Great Soul and Soul | Gita Chapter 15

Gita Chapter 15: Purusottama Yoga, outlining the beryoga on the most high purusa, the Essence of the Godhead, the main purpose of Vedic knowledge is to break away from the bonding of the material world.

Gita Chapter 15: verse: 1 – 5

15:1

śrī-bhagavān uvāca ūrdhva-mūlam adhaḥ-śākham aśvatthaṁ prāhur avyayam

chandāṁsi yasya parṇāni yas taṁ veda sa veda-vit

Śrī Bhagavān (Kṛṣṇa Hyang Maha Berkah) said:

“They, who understand Existence as Aśvattha Perennial Tree (a type of Banyan), with its roots above in Pure-Consciousness of the Great Soul; the stem as Brahmā or the Creator; and the branches and leaves spread down, as the knowledge comes from from the Eternal Source – in fact it has understood the essence of Vedic teachings.”

15:2

adhaś cordhvaṁ prasṛtās tasya śākhā guṇa-pravṛddhā viṣaya-pravālāḥadhaś
ca mūlāny anusantatāni karmānubandhīni manuṣya-loke

“It is grown by the three natures of nature, Sattva, Rajas, and Tamas – the branches and branches of this tree are propagated upwards, Something’s down. Interaction with the world of things and materials gives birth to new buds, as well as new roots also spread down and spread to all directions. Thus, there is all kinds of karma, all events and attachments, in the realm of things.”

15:3

na rūpam asyeha tathopalabhyate nānto na cādir na ca sampratiṣṭhāaśvattham
enaṁ su-virūḍha-mūlam asaṅga-śastreṇa dṛḍhena chittvā

“From a world-of-things point of view, it’s really difficult. see this tree as a whole; It is difficult to find the beginning or the end. But this tree can be cut down using the Axe of Infinity.”

15:4

tataḥ padaṁ tat parimārgitavyaṁ yasmin gatā na nivartanti bhūyaḥtameva
cādyaṁ puruṣaṁ prapadye yataḥ pravṛttiḥ prasṛtā purāṇī

“Thus, (after cutting down the Tree of Existence with the axe of disobedience) one should strive to achieve the highest goal (Great Soul Consciousness), which if achieved by him, then there is no Again rebirth in the world of this thing. Take refuge in Hyang is the Source Everything.”

15:5

nirmāna-mohā jita-saṅga-doṣā adhyātma-nityā vinivṛtta-kāmāḥdvandvair
vimuktāḥ sukha-duḥkha-saṁjñair gacchhanty amūḍhāḥ padam avyayaṁ tat

“Those who are free from pride, illusion, and has conquered the evil of attachment; Always centered on Consciousness Great Soul; his desires have come to an end; and it’s not affected by the duality of joy and sorrow, indeed it has been free from all doubts. and have attained the Supreme and Eternal Goal (Self-disobedience with the The Great Soul).”

Gita Chapter 15: verse: 6 – 10

15:6

na tad bhāsayate sūryo na śaśāṅko na pāvakaḥyad
gatvā na nivartante tad dhāma paramaṁ mama

“The sun, moon, and fire are no longer it is necessary to enlighten Him; After reaching Him, a person is not born back in the world-things; That is Param-Dhāma, my place of supreme Hyang (Soul Consciousness) Great).”

15:7

mamaivāṁśo jīva-loke jīva-bhūtaḥ sanātanaḥmanaḥ-ṣaṣṭhānīndriyāṇi
prakṛti-sthāni karṣati

Jivātmā, the Individual Soul that is in the world, in nature matter, indeed, is eternal, for it is My spark. It is the one who collect (and interact with) the senses and the clusters of thoughts and feelings (mind), which is all is part of Prakṛti, Nature of Things.”

15:8

śarīraṁ yad avāpnoti yac cāpy utkrāmatīśvaraḥgṛhitvaitāni
saṁyāti vāyur gandhān ivāśayāt

“As the wind can bring fragrance or the scent from one place to another, as well as the Individual Soul that has mastering the body for some time; When you leave it, you can bring thoughts and feelings and senses of perception to other bodies that want to mastered by him.”

15:9

śrotraṁ cakṣuḥ sparśanaṁ ca rasanaṁ ghrāṇam eva caadhiṣṭhāya
manaś cāyaṁ viṣayān upasevate

“When the Soul is on, and interacts with the senses of perception, that is, hearing, sight, smell, taste, and touch; and also a group of thoughts and feelings, so he enjoys all trigger object in the realm of this thing.”

15:10

utkrāmantaṁ sthitaṁ vāpi bhuñjānaṁ guṇānvitamvimūḍhā
nānupaśyanti paśyanti jñāna-cakṣuṣaḥ

“Those who are stupid do not know the role. The soul, which supports the body, and can at any time abandon it; that is the Soul also who enjoys all the trigger objects outside because influence of the properties of Sattva, Rajas and Tamas. It is only the wise men of clear vision, who understand the this.”

Gita Chapter 15: verse: 11 – 15

15:11

yatanto yoginaś cainaṁ paśyanty ātmany avasthitamyatanto’py
akṛtātmāno nainaṁ paśyanty acetasaḥ

“The Yogīs who worked, and found the Great Soul within themselves (as Soul-Individuals). But those who are stupid and reluctant trying, not finding Him (not realizing his own authenticity).”

15:12

yad āditya-gataṁ tejo jagad bhāsayate’khilamyac
candramasi yac cāgnau tat tejo viddhi māmakam

“Know that the light of the sun it illuminates the earth, the light that illuminates the moon, and is in the fire, begins from Me.”

15:13

gām āviśya ca bhūtāni dhārayāmy aham ojasā
puṣṇāmi cauṣadhīḥ sarvāḥ somo bhūtvā rasātmakaḥ

“It is my strength that is on earth, fertilize it; and, sustaining the life of all beings. Through the moon, I also those who support plants (especially those that are used to cure various diseases).”

15:14

ahaṁ vaiśvānaro bhūtvā prāṇināṁ deham āśritaḥprāṇāpāna-samāyuktaḥ
pacāmy annaṁ catur-vidham

“As a digestive fire in the body of all beings, together with prāṇa (the flow of life that enters through inhaling) andapāna (eve that is no longer needed and comes out by breath), I am the one who digests four kinds of food.”

15:15

sarvasya cāhaṁ hṛdi sanniviṣṭo mattaḥ smṛtir jñānam apohanaṁ cavedaiś
ca sarvair aham eva vedyo vedānta-kṛd veda-vid eva cāham

“I am the one who dwells in the heart of sanubari. each creature as a controller; memory, knowledge, and forgetfulness – all come from Me; I am the wisdom gained through deepening Vedas; I am the essence of the Vedas and the understanding behind them.”

Gita Chapter 15: verse: 16 – 20

15:16

dvāv imau puruṣau loke kṣaraś cākṣara eva cakṣaraḥ
sarvāṇi bhūtāni kūṭa-stho’kṣara ucyate

“The Power or Light of Puruṣa – The Cluster of Souls – in this world, double function. Illuminating the most beautiful; and, illuminating also which is not wasted. Among them is the body that is destroyed; and, Soul An indestructible individual.”

15:17

uttamaḥ puruṣas tv anyaḥ paramātmety udāhṛtaḥyo
loka-trayam āviśya bibharty avyaya īśvaraḥ

“However, the Dual-Function of Puruṣa is not affecting Paramātmā or the Soul The Great, Hyang encompasses the three realms, establishing and maintaining the universe with all its contents; Hyang Maha Ada, Lasting and Eternal forever.”

15:18

yasmāt kṣaram atīto’ham akṣarād api cottamaḥato’smi
loke vede ca prathitaḥ puruṣottamaḥ

“I go beyond the field of action, kṣetra, or the body that is experiencing extinction; even higher from Jivātmā – The Individual Soul the so-called unsung; therefore it is all over nature and the Vedas as a Source Knowledge mentions I Puruṣottama or Puruṣa Utama – Paramātmā or the Great Soul.”

15:19

yo mām evam asammūḍho jānāti puruṣottamamsa
sarva-vid bhajati māṁ sarva-bhāvena bhārata

“O Arjuna, a wise man who realized My essence asPuruṣottama or The Great Soul He really knows everything he needs to know. So, with all his consciousness, he always adores Me Hyang covering everything.”

15:20

iti guhyatamaṁ śāstram idam uktaṁ mayānaghaetad
buddhvā buddhimān syāt kṛta-kṛtyaś ca bhārata

“O Arjuna, so I have said this esoteric teaching; By living it, one becomes wise. She complete his duties well, and attain self-perfection.”

Thus ended the Fifteenth Conversation | Gita Chapter 15.

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