Bhagavad Gita Chapter 2

Gita Chapter 2

Second Conversation – Bhagavad Gita chapter 2

Common Sense, Understanding the Nature of Things and Transcending Them

Summary Gita Chapter 2: Describes arjuna surrendering as a disciple to Lord Krishna. Lord Krishna began to enlighten Arjuna, by explaining the fundamental difference between the temporary physical body and the eternal spirit. Krishna explains the process of transferring the spirit, the nature of devotion to the Almighty without selflessness and the characteristics of the person who has converted to him.

Chapter 2: sloka 1 – 5

2:1

sañjaya uvāca taṁ tathā kṛpayāviṣṭam aśru-pūrṇākulekṣaṇam

viṣīdantam idaṁ vākyam uvāca madhusūdanaḥ

Sañjaya said:

“Seeing the very state of Arjuna pitiful, full of restlessness of the heart, with tears shed, as well as the head lowered his head down; Kṛṣṇa said thus:”

2:2

śrī-bhagavān uvāca kutas tvā kaśmalam idaṁ viṣame samupasthitam

anārya-juṣṭam asvargyam akīrti-karam arjuna

Śrī Bhagavān (Kṛṣṇa Hyang Maha Berkah) said:

“In a precarious state and in the midst of a crisis like this, Arjuna, where does the weakness of your heart arise, which really arises? unworthy of a knight, noble, unworthy, and very embarrassing.”

2:3

klaibyaṁ mā sma gamaḥ pārtha naitat tvayy upapadyatekṣudraṁ
hṛdaya-daurbalyaṁ tyaktvottiṣṭha parantapa

“Do not be a coward, O Arjuna; Such an attitude is not suitable. for you. Free yourself from the weakness of the heart. Rise up, you who have been all this time has conquered many enemies on the battlefield.”

2:4

arjuna uvāca kathaṁ bhīṣmam ahaṁ sāṁkhye droṇaṁ ca madhusūdana

iṣubhiḥ pratiyotsyāmi pūjārhāv ari-sūdana

Arjuna said:

“O Kṛṣṇa, how can I kill Bhīṣma and Droṇa? How can I take up arms against them, to how do the two of them I respect so much?”

2:5

gurūn ahatvā hi mahānubhāvān śreyo bhoktuṁ bhaikṣyam apīha lokehatvārtha-kāmāṁstu
gurūn ihaiva bhuñjīya bhogān rudhira-pradigdhān

“Instead of killing teachers and parents who I should have respected, it is better to live as a beggar with begging; What world pleasures will I gain by killing them? Worldly pleasures stained by their blood – that’s all.”

Chapter 2: sloka: 6 – 10

2:6

na caitad vidmaḥ kataran no garīyo yad vā jayema yadi vā no jayeyuḥ
yān eva hatvā na jijīviṣāmas te’vasthitāḥ pramukhe dhārtarāṣṭrāḥ

“We don’t know what the choice is. best for us. Which is better, conquer them, kill them; or, conquered by them, killed by them?We’re facing off with uncle Dhṛtarāṣṭra’s son, what passion will be left after kill them?”

2:7

kārpaṇya-doṣopahata-svabhāvaḥ pṛcchāmi tvāṁ dharma-saṁmūḍha-cetāḥyac
chreyaḥ syān niścitaṁ brūhi tan me śiṣyas te’haṁ śādhi māṁ tvāṁ prapannam

“Out of pity, my body feels weak; My mind is messed up about what my obligations are. Think of me as Your disciple, tell me which path I should take, which one should I choose?”

2:8

na hi prapaśyāmi mamāpanudyād yac chokam ucchoṣaṇam indriyāṇāmavāpya
bhūmāv asapatnam ṛddhaṁ rājyaṁ surāṇām api cādhipatyam

“I really don’t know how to cope. a sense of suffering that has weakened the whole body and My senses.Although I managed to conquer the whole world and mastering it without anyone being able to match me; Even if I get abundant power and treasures, even power over the realm of the gods; power over the forces of nature though; I don’t see the way. get out of the suffering I am facing.”

2:9

sañjaya uvāca evam uktvā hṛṣīkeśaṁ guḍākeśaḥ parantapaḥ

na yotsya iti govindam uktvā tūṣṇīṁ babhūva ha

Sañjaya said:

“‘I don’t want to go to war,’ he said. Arjuna to Kṛṣṇa – then silent.”

2:10

tam uvāca hṛṣīkeśaḥ prahasann iva bhāratasenayor
ubhayor madhye viṣīdantam idaṁ vacaḥ

“For him, seeing the state of Arjuna who in such a restless way, Kṛṣṇa smiled instead. In the middle of two armies who is ready to fight, for the sake of him saying: “

Chapter 2: verse: 11 – 15

2:11

śrī-bhagavān uvāca aśocyān anvaśocas tvaṁ prajñā-vādāṁś ca bhāṣase

gatāsūn agatāsūṁś ca nānuśocanti paṇḍitāḥ

Śrī Bhagavān (Kṛṣṇa Hyang Maha Berkah) said:

“You are struggling and crying. Those who do not need to be arrested. Your words seem to be full of wisdom, Though the wise never grieve well for those who are still both the dead, and the dead.”

2:12

na tv evāhaṁ jātu nāsaṁ na tvaṁ neme janādhipāḥna
caiva na bhaviṣyāmaḥ sarve vayam ataḥ param

“There has never been a time when I, you, or the leaders you’re dealing with right now – nothing, nothing. There will also be no time when we all do not exist, no longer exist.”

2:13

dehino’smin yathā dehe kaumāraṁ yauvanaṁ jarātathā
dehāntara-prāptir dhīras tatra na muhyati

“Childhood, adulthood, even old age is ‘events’ that occur in the body inhabited by the Soul. Then, after Leaving the old body, the Soul acquires a new body. The wise never doubt this or be confused by it.”

2:14

mātrā-sparśās tu kaunteya śītoṣṇa-sukha-duḥkha-dāḥāgamāpāyino’nityās
tāṁs titikṣasva bhārata

“Physical sensations – relationships senses with material objects in the realm of things,  O Arjuna, causing cold, hot, likes, and Grief.All those experiences alternate, come and go. Those experiences are not lasting, not eternal, not for forever.Therefore, Arjuna, learn to go through everything. with fortitude of the heart.”

2:15

yaṁ hi na vyathayanty ete puruṣaṁ puruṣarṣabhasama-duḥkha-sukhaṁ
dhīraṁ so’mṛtatvāya kalpate

“O Arjuna, wise men, who are not affected by the experiences created because of the relationship between the senses and the world of things; Those who think they like it equally and sorrow – indeed, it is on the way to eternity.”

Chapter 2: sloka: 16 – 20

2:16

nāsato vidyate bhāvo nābhāvo vidyate sataḥ
ubhayor api dṛṣṭo’ntas tv anayos tattva-darśibhiḥ

“It is an inevitability that what nothing, there will never be; And what is there, will never none. The inevitability of these two things is understood by those who have witnessing the truth.”

2:17

avināśi tu tad viddhi yena sarvam idaṁ tatamvināśam
avyayasyāsya na kaścit kartum arhati

“Know that Hyang Encompasses the universe Is Unsustainable. No one can destroy Him Hyang Tak It’s overriding.”

2:18

antavanta ime dehā nityasyoktāḥ śarīriṇaḥanāśino’prameyasya
tasmād yudhyasva bhārata

“He is Eternal Eternal, Unsustainable, and Immeasurable (His Glory, Majesty, and Power) is Hyang Occupying the human form and the form of other creatures. So, Arjuna, fight, face this challenge!”

2:19

ya enaṁ vetti hantāraṁ yaś cainaṁ manyate hatamubhau
tau na vijānīto nāyaṁ hanti na hanyate

“He who regards this Soul as a murderer; and, who considers him killed – both do not understand the Nature of the Soul Who has never killed, nor been killed.”

2:20

na jāyate mriyate vā kadācin nāyaṁ bhūtvā bhavitā vā na bhūyaḥajo
nityaḥ śāśvato’yaṁ purāṇo na hanyate hanyamāne śarīre

“He (the soul) was never born, and he was not born. never died.Unborn, Eternal, Lasting, and Hyang Start everything.The origin of all things, Hyang Existed from the beginning, and not to become extinct when the body experiences extinction, destruction, death, or killed.”

Chapter 2: verse: 21 – 25

2:21

vedāvināśinaṁ nityaṁ ya enam ajam avyayamkathaṁ
sa puruṣaḥ pārtha kaṁ ghātayati hanti kam

“Someone who knows this; Recognize himself as unsustainable, unborn, and never extinct, How could he be killed, Arjuna? And, however, he got kill?”

2:22

vāsāṁsi jīrṇāni yathā vihāya navāni gṛhṇāti naro’parāṇitathā
śarīrāṇi vihāya jīrṇāny anyāni saṁyāti navāni dehī

“As after taking off the old clothes, a person wears new clothes, as well as after leaving the old body, The soul that lives it, finds a new body.”

2:23

nainaṁ chindanti śastrāṇi nainaṁ dahati pāvakaḥna
cainaṁ kledayanty āpo na śoṣayati mārutaḥ

“Weapons cannot kill a soul that supporting the body. Fire cannot burn Him; Water cannot wet Him; and, the wind cannot dry him.”

2:24

acchedyo’yam adāhyo’yam akledyo’śoṣya eva canityaḥ
sarva-gataḥ sthāṇur acalo’yaṁ sanātanaḥ

“[The soul] cannot be harmed, burned, moistened. or dried. Know that He is Eternal; covering everything, fixed; unshakable, and was from the beginning.”

2:25

avyakto’yam acintyo’yam avikāryo’yam ucyate
tasmād evaṁ viditvainaṁ nānuśocitum arhasi

“He (the Soul), called Intangible, No Real; Beyond the Mind and Unchanging.By understanding this, Do not be sad.”

Chapter 2: verse: 26 – 30

2:26

atha cainaṁ nitya-jātaṁ nityaṁ vā manyase mṛtamtathāpi
tvaṁ mahā-bāho naivaṁ śocitum arhasi

“If only you had considered Him (the Soul) repeatedly and dead, constantly, endlessly, still too, Arjuna, like you don’t. Cry over him.” 

2:27

jātasya hi dhruvo mṛtyur dhruvaṁ janma mṛtasya catasmād aparihārye’rthe na tvaṁ śocitum arhasi

“For the born, death is an inevitability; For the dead, birth is an inevitability. Therefore, do not be sad heart, cry over something that must have happened.”

2:28

avyaktādīni bhūtāni vyakta-madhyāni bhārata
avyakta-nidhanāny eva tatra kā paridevanā

“O Arjuna, living beings it all begins with the unreal – intangible; and, it ends in unreality, intangible anymore.Only in time their middle becomes real, tangible. Therefore, what must be regret it?”

2:29

āścarya-vat paśyati kaścid enam āścarya-vad vadati tathaiva cānyaḥāścarya-vac
cainam anyaḥ śṛṇoti śrutvāpy enaṁ veda na caiva kaścit

“Some are fascinated by the magic of the Soul. as he understood; anyone knows the miracle of the Soul; Someone heard and astonished.
Nevertheless, after hearing about it, he still don’t understand it.”

2:30

dehī nityam avadhyo’yaṁ dehe sarvasya bhāratatasmāt
sarvāṇi bhūtāni na tvaṁ śocitum arhasi

“He – the soul that supports the body so much Creatures are unsustainable forever.Therefore, Arjuna, You don’t have to grieve for anyone.”

Chapter 2: verse: 31 – 35

2:31

sva-dharmam api cāvekṣya na vikampitum arhasidharmyād
dhi yuddhāc chreyo’nyat kṣatriyasya na vidyate

“(By realizing the nature of yourself as Soul;) by being aware of your duties, your obligations as a Knights, do not be afraid to face the battle, the challenge in in front of the eyes.Indeed, for a knight there is nothing more noble. from the battle for the enforcement of virtue and justice.”

2:32

yadṛcchayā copapannaṁ svarga-dvāram apāvṛtamsukhinaḥ
kṣatriyāḥ pārtha labhante yuddham īdṛśam

“How lucky are the knights who get the opportunity to fight for virtue and justice, for him, Arjuna, as if the gate of heaven is wide open!”

2:33

atha cet tvam imaṁ dhārmyaṁ saṅgrāmaṁ na kariṣyasitataḥ
sva-dharmaṁ kīrtiṁ ca hitvā pāpam avāpsyasi

“When you do not fight for Virtue and Justice; If you avoid this noble duty, then only The reproach you will get.”

2:34

akīrtiṁ cāpi bhūtāni kathayiṣyanti te’vyayāmsaṁbhāvitasya
cākīrtir maraṇād atiricyate

“All the time everyone will remember. Your despicable deeds. And, for an honorable man, such a slur It is worse than death though.”

2:35

bhayād raṇād uparataṁ maṁsyante tvāṁ mahā-rathāḥyeṣāṁ
ca tvaṁ bahu-mato bhūtvā yāsyasi lāghavam

“The Great Knights will I concluded that you didn’t fight out of fear. Those who have been this respects you, will turn to denounce you, look down on you.”

Chapter 2: verse: 36 – 40

2:36

avācya-vādāṁś ca bahūn vadiṣyanti tavāhitāḥnindantas
tava sāmarthyaṁ tato duḥkhataraṁ nu kim

“Moreover, they are the opposite of you. They will reproach you, by issuing inappropriate words. Pronounced. They will laugh at your weaknesses. What suffering is more painful?”

2:37

hato vā prāpsyasi svargaṁ jitvā vā bhokṣyase mahīmtasmād
uttiṣṭha kaunteya yuddhāya kṛta-niścayaḥ

“If killed in a war for virtue Here, you will get a decent place in heaven, in nature after death.And, if you win, you will enjoy the power of the world. Therefore, Arjuna, rise up, set your heart to fight for the sake of truth!”

2:38

sukha-duḥkhe same kṛtvā lābhālābhau jayājayautato
yuddhāya yujyasva naivaṁ pāpam avāpsyasi

“By assuming the same likes and sorrow, success and failure, victory and defeat, fight! Thus you will be free from all the sins that can occur in carrying out your duties.”

2:39

eṣā te’bhihitā sāṁkhye buddhir yoge tv imāṁ śṛṇubuddhyā
yukto yayā pārtha karma-bandhaṁ prahāsyasi

“What you have listened to is wisdom, noble teachings from the point of view of Sāṁkhya, namely Buddhi Yoga, views based on consideration and Mature analysis. Now, listen to the teachings from the point of view of Karma Yoga. If you are determined to accept and live it, then you can work freely without worry; and Free from the fear of errors. Thus, there are no more consequences karma or deeds, which can shackle you.”

2:40

nehābhikrama-nāśo’sti pratyavāyo na vidyate
sv-alpam apy asya dharmasya trāyate mahato bhayāt

“Work like that, there is no effort that wasted; There are no challenges that are not resolved. By practicing dharma, work with a lofty purpose; Surely one is freed from fear, worried, and anxious.”

Chapter 2: sloka: 41 – 45

2:41

vyavasāyātmikā buddhir ekeha kuru-nandana
shoulder-śākhā hy anantāś ca buddhayo’vyavasāyinām

“O Arjuna, those who understand and firm in his beliefs, always working with awareness – with Using Buddhi or Intelligence. Meanwhile, those who do not understand, do not have faith, because their minds are still branching out.”

2:42

yām imāṁ puṣpitāṁ vācaṁ pravadanty avipaścitaḥveda-vāda-ratāḥ
pārtha nānyad astīti vādinaḥ

“To those who are ignorant, O Arjuna, what What is expressed in the Vedas – the scriptures – is everything.”

2:43

kāmātmānaḥ svarga-parā janma-karma-phala-pradāmkriyā-viśeṣa-bahulāṁ bhogaiśvarya-gatiṁ prati

“They, the fools – are full of various worldly desires;their purpose is only the enjoyment of heaven; or rebirth in the world-things – that’s what they work for. Various rites, ceremonies that they do, even just to achieve sensory pleasure, and worldly power.”

2:44

bhogaiśvarya-prasaktānāṁ tayāpahṛta-cetasāmvyavasāyātmikā
buddhiḥ samādhau na vidhīyate

“They, the fools, are bound to sensory pleasures and worldly power; Carried away by promises about heaven and so on; therefore they cannot attain self-awareness, which can lead to samādhi, balance, enlightenment.”

2:45

trai-guṇya-viṣayā vedā nistrai-guṇyo bhavārjunanirdvandvo
nitya-satva-stho niryoga-kṣema ātmavān

“Veda, the scriptures speak of three the main nature of things. Surpass those three qualities, O Arjuna. Free Yourself from the traps and influences of duality created from the three that nature. Hold fast to the Essential Truth about the Soul; free from thoughts that pursue pleasure and power, are always in Soul Consciousness.”

Chapter 2: sloka: 46 – 50

2:46

yāvān artha udapāne sarvataḥ samplutodaketāvān
sarveṣu vedeṣu brāhmaṇasya vijānataḥ

“For a wise man who has achieved The Essential Consciousness of himself, the knowledge of the Vedas – the scriptures – like a pond in an area that is abundant in water, will never be lacking water.”

2:47

karmaṇy evādhikāras te mā phaleṣu kadācanamā
karma-phala-hetur bhūr mā te saṅgo’stv akarmaṇi

“You are entitled to, or only can control your work, your deeds, what you do; You can’t Control the results of your work, your deeds. Therefore, do not make results as your purpose of work; Do not make the result a driver. Or motivation to work, to do something. However, do not stay themselves and not working.”

2:48

yoga-sthaḥ kuru karmāṇi saṅgaṁ tyaktvā dhanañjayasiddhy-asiddhyoḥ
samo bhūtvā samatvaṁ yoga ucyate

“Work with Soul Consciousness – self-infatuation with the universe – O Arjuna.Work without attachment to results, without Thinking about success or failure. Such self-balance is what It’s called Yoga.”

2:49

dūreṇa hy avaraṁ karma buddhi-yogād dhanañjayabuddhau
śaraṇam anviccha kṛpaṇāḥ phala-hetavaḥ

“O Arjuna, work without Yoga awareness, without balance Self, it doesn’t mean much.Therefore, live fully awareness. Take refuge in self-awareness.It’s really very sad the condition of those who work without consciousness, without self-balance, and Just to get quick results from all his deeds.”

2:50

buddhi-yukto jahātīha ubhe sukṛta-duṣkṛtetasmād
yogāya yujyasva yogaḥ karmasu kauśalam

“He who has gained consciousness, he who lives Consciously in self-balance, it has actually been liberated from The consequences of all his actions in this world.Because That, do itYogaYoga is what makes an abuser skilled. and efficient, in all his work.”

Chapter 2: sloka: 51 – 55

2:51

karma-jaṁ buddhi-yuktā hi phalaṁ tyaktvā manīṣiṇaḥjanma-bandha-vinirmuktāḥ
padaṁ gacchhanty anāmayam

“Such conscious sages (Yoga; balanced, skilled) no longer tied to results his deeds. Free from rebirth, they are also liberated from all suffering (in the world, as well as in nature after death).”

2:52

yadā te moha-kalilaṁ buddhir vyatitariṣyatitadā
gantāsi nirvedaṁ śrotavyasya śrutasya Ca

“When consciousness has surpassed the thick clouds confusion is illusory, then you become bargaining, no longer care in all that you have ever been, and will listen to (for, all It is just knowledge.Meanwhile, consciousness is personal experience).”

2:53

śruti-vipratipannā te yadā sthāsyati niścalā
samādhāv acalā buddhist tadā yogam avāpsyasi

“Firm and firm in Meditative Consciousness, when you have attained self-balance, which is unshakable by something anything; then you no longer need a variety of rites, ceremonies and Etc. By then, you have attained perfection in Yoga, you have discovered your identity (as a Soul).”

2:54

arjuna uvāca sthita-prajñasya kā bhāṣā samādhi-sthasya keśava

sthita-dhīḥ kiṁ prabhāṣeta kim āsīta vrajeta kim

Arjuna asked:

“O Kṛṣṇa, how to explain a person who is firm in his consciousness; unwavering, and Are you always in a meditative state and self-balance? How does he speak and act in his daily life?”

2:55

śrī-bhagavān uvāca prajahāti yadā kāmān sarvān pārtha mano-gatān

ātmany evātmanā tuṣṭaḥ sthita-prajñas tadocyate

Śrī Bhagavān (Kṛṣṇa Hyang Maha Berkah) said:

“O Arjuna, he has succeeded. beyond all desires arising from clusters of thoughts and feelings; and Self-satisfied, content with himself, is a Sthitaprajña – a wise man who is firm, unsatisfied. shake again.”

Chapter 2: verse: 56 – 60

2:56

duḥkheṣv anudvigna-manāḥ sukheṣu vigata-spṛhaḥvīta-rāga-bhaya-krodhaḥ
sthita-dhīr munir ucyate

“He, whose mind is not disturbed when having an accident; he who no longer pursues the pleasure of the senses, the physical; she who are free from lust, fear, and anger; It is always being in meditative consciousness, balanced in joys and sorrows – called A man, a wise man who has attained tranquility, inner peace.”

2:57

yaḥ sarvatrānabhisnehas tat tat prāpya śubhāśubhamnābhinandati
na dveṣṭi tasya prajñā pratiṣṭhitā

“Anywhere and under any circumstances – he Not tied to anything.It is not trapped in duality. fun and unpleasant.He was not flattered (when praised), nor is it upset (when berated); His Soul Consciousness was truly unwavering again.”

2:58

yadā saṁharate cāyaṁ kūrmo’ṅgānīva sarvaśaḥindriyāṇīndriyārthebhyas
tasya prajñā pratiṣṭhitā

“He can pull himself, his senses, from objects outside the self, as a turtle pulling his limbs into his shell, in fact it is no longer it is shaking again his consciousness.”

2:59

viṣayā vinivartante nirāhārasya dehinaḥrasa-varjaṁ
raso’py asya paraṁ dṛṣṭvā nivartate

“(Thus, by withdrawing from objects outside), a person can separate himself from triggers outside the self that are always tempting.Despite Thus, the ‘taste’ of what has been experienced before, may still be remaining (and, at any time, may lead to a desire to repeat previous experience). However, when he was confronted with Hyang Great, attaining self-awareness, realizing His Essence as a Soul, then The remaining taste disappeared instantly.”

2:60

yatato hy api Kaunteya puruṣasya vipaścitaḥindriyāṇi
pramāthīni haranti prasabhaṁ manaḥ

O Arjuna, the sense, becomes wild, turbulent, and can even wash away the cluster of thoughts and feelings (mind) of wise men who are trying to achieve self-awareness or enlightenment…”

Chapter 2: sloka: 61 – 65

2:61

tāni sarvāṇi saṁyamya yukta āsīta mat-paraḥvaśe
hi yasyendriyāṇi tasya prajñā pratiṣṭhitā

“After controlling all the senses, should be a wise man who wants to find himself, centralize the whole his consciousness is in Me, so his consciousness will not be shaken.”

2:62

dhyāyato viṣayān puṁsaḥ saṅgas teṣūpajāyatesaṅgāt
sañjāyate kāmaḥ kāmāt krodho’bhijāyate

“In someone who always thinking about the objects of the sensory charmer – attraction arises and attachment to objects outside of it.From interest and attachment, arises the desire to have it.And, out of desire, anger arises (when desires are not fulfilled).”

2:63

krodhād bhavati saṁmohaḥ saṁmohāt smṛti-vibhramaḥsmṛti-bhraṁśād
buddhi-nāśo buddhi-nāśāt praṇaśyati

“Anger is confusing, views and one’s mind becomes foggy; In a state of confusion, all things are forgotten. noble values, and also vanishing ability to sort between the right and what is not right, something noble and something that is just fun. Thus, a person is lost by his own actions.”

2:64

rāga-dveṣa-vimuktais tu viṣayān indriyaiś caranātma-vaśyair
vidheyātmā prasādam adhigacchati

“A person who is free from interest and disinterest, likes and dislikes; Even in the middle of the objects The worldly tempter of the senses, can still control himself.Such with self-control, he attains tranquility, inner peace.”

2:65

prasāde sarva-duḥkhānāṁ hānir asyopajāyateprasanna-cetaso
hy āśu buddhiḥ paryavatiṣṭhate

“In a calm, calm state – end All suffering, all suffering. When clusters of thoughts and feelings of calm, buddhi or intelligence develop, then achieved perfection and happiness in conscious life.”

Chapter 2: verse: 66 – 70

2:66

nāsti buddhir ayuktasya na cāyuktasya bhāvanā
na cābhāvayataḥ śāntir aśāntasya kutaḥ sukham

“No buddhi, no intelligence in the uncontrollable self, no also self-balance and consciousness; Without balance, without balance, without consciousness, no peace, tranquility, tranquility.Then, how Also achieve true happiness without peace?”

2:67

indriyāṇāṁ hi caratāṁ yan mano’nuvidhīyatetad
asya harati prajñāṁ vāyur nāvam ivāmbhasi

“When the group of thoughts and feelings carried away by the senses, and under his control; then it’s gone common sense, all wisdom and consciousness. Just like the boat. was swept away by the strong wind.”

2:68

tasmād yasya mahā-bāho nigṛhītāni sarvaśaḥindriyāṇīndriyārthebhyas
tasya prajñā pratiṣṭhitā

“Therefore, Arjuna, someone who has successfully control his senses and pull them from worldly objects who can lure and bind it – it is firm, it is unwavering again.”

2:69

yā niśā sarva-bhūtānāṁ tasyāṁ jāgarti saṁyamīyasyāṁ
jāgrati bhūtāni sā niśā paśyato muneḥ

“A night for creatures that have not yet realizing his identity, is when the wise who are aware of his identity, is in a state of guard. And day for creatures who are not yet aware Self is the night for the wise.”

2:70

āpūryamāṇam acala-pratiṣṭhaṁ samudram āpaḥ praviśanti yadvattadvat
kāmā yaṁ praviśanti sarve sa śāntim āpnoti na kāma-kāmī

“Just as the sea is not affected by water the river and the rain that entered it – it remained calm; And so it is with a wise man, he is not disturbed by the desires that arise in Himself. Thus, he attained peace, true tranquility.However, it is not thus the state of a person who is unwise, and affected by his wishes.”

Chapter 2: verse: 71 – 72

2:71

vihāya kāmān yaḥ sarvān pumāṁś carati niḥspṛhaḥnirmamo
nirahaṅkāraḥ sa śāntim adhigacchati

“A wise man who is no longer affected, no longer tempted by various desires; Free from lust and not chasing, yearning, or expecting something; Not even trapped in a sense of belonging and illusory ‘I’an’ – achieving true peace.”

2:72

eṣā brāhmī sthitiḥ pārtha naināṁ prāpya vimuhyatisthitvāsyām
anta-kāle’pi brahma-nirvāṇam ṛcchati

“O Arjuna, this is the level of glory supreme, this is the holy Consciousness of Brahman; After being in consciousness This, one is never confused again. Stay in this consciousness when death arrives – he attains True Happiness, Eternal Cassava or Brahmanirvāṇa.”

Thus ended the second conversation.

Source; https://bhagavadgita.or.id