Bhagavad Gita Chapter 5

Gita Chapter 5

Fifth Conversation – Bhagavad Gita chapter 5

The Free Spirit of Living a Happy Free Life

Gita Chapter 5 – Karma Yoga, the Act in consciousness, the wise man who has been sanctified by the fire of spiritual knowledge, outwardly performs all activities but unties the results of the deeds in his heart. In this way, a wise man can achieve peace, unattainability, patience, spiritual vision and happiness.

Chapter 5: sloka: 1 – 5

Gita Chapter 5:1

arjuna uvāca: saṁnyāsaṁ karmaṇāṁ kṛṣṇa punar yogaṁ ca śaṁsasi,

yac chreya etayor ekaṁ tan me brūhi suniścitam

Arjuna asked:

“Kṛṣṇa, on the one hand, you glorify release or disobedience to Karma, action. On the other hand, you praiseYoga – act selflessly. Indeed, which of them definitely superior?”

5:2

śrī-bhagavān uvāca
saṁnyāsaḥ karmayogaś ca niḥśreyasakarāv ubhau,tayos
tu karmasaṁnyāsāt karma-yogo viśiṣyate   

Śrī Bhagavān (Kṛṣṇa Hyang Maha Berkah) said:

Saṁnyās or Self-Release from all attachments, and Karma Yoga or achieve perfection by working without Selflessness – both can produce true happiness. However, among them, It is a more Yoga Character. superior.”

5:3

jñeyaḥ sa nitya-saṁnyāsī yo na dveṣṭi na kāṅkṣati,nirdvandvo
hi mahā-bāho sukhaṁ bandhāt pramucyate

“Indeed, he (a Karma Yogī who works selflessly) is a True Saṁnyāsī – a Saṁnyāsī in every action. He doesn’t hate, nor does he. crave something. Arjuna, he is also free from all opposition, all conflict, caused by duality. Thus, it very easily escaped of all attachments.”

5:4

sāṁkhya-yogau pṛthag bālāḥ pravadanti na paṇḍitāḥ,ekam
apy āsthitaḥ samyag ubhayor vindate phalam

“‘Sāṁkhya or understand the nature of things and act according to that understanding; And Karma Yoga or selfless work, are two different things’ – only those who are childish say so. The The wise do not think that way. Indeed, by following one of the among other things, someone gets the results of both.”

5:5

yat sāṁkhyaiḥ prāpyate sthānaṁ tad yogair api gamyate,ekaṁ
sāṁkhyaṁ ca yogaṁ ca yaḥ paśyati sa paśyati

“What the followers of Sāṁkhya achieve by understanding the nature of the materiality and acting accordingly with that understanding; It is also achieved by followers of Karma Yoga – working selflessly. Indeed,Āṁkhya and Karma Yoga are one and the same. Who sees the unity, it is correct his vision.”

Chapter 5: sloka: 6 – 10

5:6

saṁnyāsas tu mahā-bāho duḥkham āptum ayogataḥ,yoga-yukto
munir brahma na cireṇādhigacchati

Saṁnyās or self-release is difficult to achieve without Yoga, O Arjuna. On the contrary, a wise man who performs (Karma) Yoga, works selflessly to the fullest. confidence, easily attain Brahman, the Great Soul.”

5:7

yoga-yukto viśuddhātmā vijitātmā jitendriyaḥ,sarva-bhūtātma-bhūtātmā
kurvann fire na lipyate

“He who is fully in the consciousness of Yoga, works selflessly; Sanctified already from physical identity the fake; ‘me’ and his senses conquered – seeing his true ‘self’ in each self, seeing the same Soul living every being; it’s not again tainted by deeds, by whatever work he does.”

5:8

naiva kiñcit karomīti yukto manyeta tattvavit,
paśyañ śṛṇvan spṛśañ jighrann aśnan gacchan svapan śvasan

“He who diligently undergoes Yoga, works selflessly, should understand self-righteousness and under any circumstances – while looking, hearing, touching or kissing something; even when eating, walking, sleeping and breathing – always remember, ‘I didn’t do anything.'”

5:9

pralapan visṛjan gṛhṇann unmiṣan nimiṣann api,indriyāṇīndriyārtheṣu
vartanta iti dhārayan

“When speaking; (even) when disposing of water; when grasping something, when opening and closing your eyes – should a Yogīsenantiasa remember and believe that everything is a matter the senses and the objects associated with them.”

5:10

brahmaṇy ādhāya karmāṇi saṅgaṁ tyaktvā karoti yaḥ,lipyate
na sa pāpena padma-patram ivāmbhasā

“Someone who offers everything. his deeds to The Soul Great; and free from all attachments – no longer touched by sins, as the leaves of the lotus flower are not washed away by the water in pool.”

Chapter 5: verse: 11 – 15

5:11

kāyena manasā buddhyā kevalair indriyair fire,
yoginaḥ karma kurvanti saṅgaṁ tyaktvātma-śuddhaye

“The Yogī, yoga practitioners who work selflessly and entanglements, use body; groups of thoughts and feelings or minds; intelligence; and their senses for all activities that leading to cleansing, purification, self-purification.”

5:12

yuktaḥ karma-phalaṁ tyaktvā śāntim āpnoti naiṣṭhikīm,ayuktaḥ
kāma-kāreṇa phale sakto nibadhyate

“A Yogī who works selflessly achieves true peace; meanwhile those who work with self-esteem are bound by deeds and his own various desires.”

5:13

sarva-karmāṇi manasā saṁnyāsyāste sukhaṁ vaśī,nava-dvāre
pure dehī naiva kurvan na kārayan

“By separating, and mentally breaking away from all physical works, the Soul that dwells within the new body reigns, becomes the ruler of the self, enjoys its power over the City this Nine-Veined (body with 2 eyes, 2 ears, 2 nostrils, 1 mouth, 1 canal, and genital organs). At that time, the soul did not do something, and it doesn’t cause anything to happen.”

5:14

na kartṛtvaṁ na karmāṇi lokasya sṛjati prabhuḥ,na
karma-phala-saṁyogaṁ svabhāvas tu pravartate

“Gusti Prince did not determine, held, cause the perpetrator, nor does it determine the behavior of the perpetrators. Neither is he Associate practice or deed with the result. Indeed, all of that happened naturally, because of the nature of the material nature itself.”

5:15

nādatte kasyacit pāpaṁ na caiva sukṛtaṁ vibhuḥ,ajñānenāvṛtaṁ
jñānaṁ tena muhyanti jantavaḥ

“Hyang Maha Hadir is not affected by Good and bad deeds. Consciousness, True Knowledge is covered by unconsciousness, ignorance, which confuses living things all over nature.”

Chapter 5: verse: 16 – 20

5:16

jñānena tu tad ajñānaṁ yeṣāṁ nāśitam ātmanaḥ,teṣām
āditya-vaj jñānaṁ prakāśayati tat param

“When there is darkness ignorance about the Nature of Nature The self is obliterated by the light of True Knowledge; Hence, the Sun of Knowledge The truth also reveals the glory of the Great Soul.”

5:17

tad-buddhayas tad-ātmānas tan-niṣṭhās tat-parāyaṇāḥ,gacchanty
apunar-āvṛttiṁ jñāna-nirdhūta-kalmaṣāḥ

“Those who have completely surrendered on Him; all his consciousness is centered on Him; and, praise Him as a Single Support throughout the realm of Hyang Maha Tinggi – liberated from all kinds of evils, misfortunes, and evils thanks to True Knowledge which he has achieved. They are on their way to freedom from birth. repeat.”

5:18

vidyā-vinaya-sampanne brāhmaṇe gavi hastini,śuni
caiva śva-pāke ca paṇḍitāḥ sama-darśinaḥ

“The wise are high-consciousness, but low the heart, seeing the same Soul in a knowledgeable Brāhmaṇa; a cow, an elephant, even a dog, and in the dina, despise, and papa who was wasted by society.”

5:19

ihaiva tair jitaḥ sargo yeṣāṁ sāmye sthitaṁ manaḥ,nirdoṣaṁ
hi samaṁ brahma tasmād brahmaṇi te sthitāḥ

“Those who are not favoritism (for having free from the illusion of duality, and can see the Great Soul everywhere, behind every form) has been liberated from the material, although it is still in the realm of things. Brahman, the Great Soul is Impeccable, Immaculate and No Preference (Not Favoritism); So that those who show the same qualities, and not favoritism, have indeed attained Brahman.”

5:20

na prahṛṣyet priyaṁ prāpya nodvijet prāpya cāpriyam,sthira-buddhir
asammūḍho brahma-vid brahmaṇi sthitaḥ

“One should not be pleased when get something delicious; Nor is it sad  when facing unpleasant circumstances. Someone who has known the nature of Brahman, should using his intelligence that has been free from the illusion of duality, to always in Brahman Consciousness.”

Chapter 5: verse: 21 – 25

5:21

bāhya-sparśeṣv asaktātmā vindaty ātmani yat sukham,sa
brahma-yoga-yuktātmā sukham akṣayam aśnute

“He who is not bound by sensations sensory because of its interaction with objects in the realm of things; He found the source of pleasure in itself; He is always in Brahman consciousness, and manunggal with Him through Yoga (working without self-esteem) – attaining eternal True Happiness.”

5:22

ye hi saṁsparśa-jā bhogā duḥkha-yonaya eva te,ādy-antavantaḥ
kaunteya na teṣu ramate budhaḥ

“Momentary pleasure due to sensory connection Nature is a source of suffering. O Arjuna, sensory pleasure begins and it’s over, not lasting. Therefore, a wise man is not interested. to him.”

5:23

śaknotīhaiva yaḥ soḍhuṁ prāk śarīra-vimokṣaṇātkāma-krodhodbhavaṁ
vegaṁ sa yuktaḥ sa sukhī naraḥ

“Someone who is still alive in the world This thing, already able to resist desire and emotion-anger is someone who I have achieved perfection in yoga. He is happy, in the truest sense of the word.”

5:24

yo’ntaḥ-sukho’ntar-ārāmas tathāntar-jyotir eva yaḥ,sa
yogī brahma-nirvāṇaṁ brahma-bhūto’dhigacchati

“After finding the Source of True Happiness within oneself, a person always rejoices because of and by himself. alone; because and by the Light of Enlightenment, true knowledge that illuminates Himself. A Yogī like that grabbing Nirvāṇa – Kasunyatan True in The Truth. He became Brahman.”

5:25

labhante brahma-nirvāṇam ṛṣayaḥ kṣīṇa-kalmaṣāḥ,chinna-dvaidhā
yatātmānaḥ sarva-bhūta-hite ratāḥ

“Thus, the receipts are clear-sighted, which has been deprived of all his desires by the True Knowledge of the nature of the self; even though he has been restrained – always rejoicing in the deeds that Happy all creatures. They have attained Brahmanirvāṇa– True Silence, Cassnyatan Agung in Brahmā (Hyang Maha Kreatif).

Chapter 5: verse: 26 – 29

5:26

kāma-krodha-vimuktānāṁ yatīnāṁ yata-cetasām,abhito
brahma-nirvāṇaṁ vartate viditātmanām

“A Yati, a Spiritual Doer, who has overcome kāma and krodha – desires and emotions-anger; Have controlled the mind and know the nature of himself – always be in Brahmanirvāṇam in Kasunyatan Great, True Happiness, Creative Soul Consciousness.”

5:27

sparśān kṛtvā bahir bāhyāṁś cakṣuś caivāntare bhruvoḥ,prāṇāpānau
samau kṛtvā nāsābhyantara-cāriṇau

“Separate yourself from everything outside, which occurs due to the interaction of the senses and the body with material objects; focusing the gaze, attention between the eyebrows; Set the breath in and out through the nostrils…”

5:28

yatendriya-mano-buddhir munir mokṣa-parāyaṇaḥ,vigatecchā-bhaya-krodho
yaḥ sadā mukta eva saḥ

“Thus, by controlling the senses, clusters thoughts and feelings, and their intelligence; A Muni, ‘who has attained tranquility’, always remembers the purpose His life, namely mokṣa, absolute freedom. She They are forever free from desire, fear, and anger.”

5:29

bhoktāraṁ yajña-tapasāṁ sarva-loka-maheśvaram,suhṛdaṁ
sarva-bhūtānāṁ jñātvā māṁ śāntim ṛcchati

“He who knows Me as the Sole Recipient all performances and tapa-brata; The Ultimate Goal of all offerings and practices spiritual; God throughout nature, as well as a Lover of All Beings – undoubtedly To achieve true peace.”

Thus ended the Fifth Conversation Gita Chapter 5

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