Bhagavad Gita Chapter 9

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Ninth Conversation – Bhagavad Gita Chapter 9

Rajavidya Rajaguhya Yoga – Secret Knowledge: Dive into the Mysteries of Life – Bhagavad Gita Chapter 9

Gita Chapter 9: King Widya Rajaguhya Yoga (The Most Secret Knowledge). The nature of the Godhead as king of all sciences (Widya). By reviving the pure Bhakti, one can return to the Almighty in the spiritual realm.

Chapter 9: verse: 1 – 5

9:1

śrī-bhagavān uvāca idaṁ tu te guhyatamaṁ pravakṣyāmy anasūyave

jñānaṁ vijñāna-sahitaṁ yaj jñātvā mokṣyase’śubhāt

Śrī Bhagavān (Kṛṣṇa Hyang Maha Berkah) said:

“To you who (wants) to be free from everything. Doubt, now I explain the secret about Jñāna or True Knowledge and Vijñāna or Material Science. After knowing and live it, surely you are liberated from the circle of birth and Repeated death.”

9:2

rāja-vidyā rāja-guhyaṁ pavitram idam uttamampratyakṣāvagamaṁ
dharmyaṁ su-sukhaṁ kartum avyayam

“This is the King of All Knowledge, the King of All Knowledge. Science is, above all, secret. However, it is actually easy to understand. Implementation in harmony with thedharma, eternal virtue, and it’s really fun, it brings blessings.”

9:3

aśraddadhānāḥ puruṣā dharmasyāsya parantapaaprāpya
māṁ nivartante mṛtyu-saṁsāra-vartmani

“Arjuna, those who do not believe in the truth science and practice or thisdharma – no can reach Me; Thus, they remain in the circle of birth and death.”

9:4

mayā tatam idaṁ sarvaṁ jagad avyakta-mūrtināmat-sthāni
sarva-bhūtāni na cāhaṁ teṣv avasthitaḥ

“I follow the universe in divinity and My unreal glory. All beings are like ideas that are in in me. Therefore, I am not in them.”

9:5

na ca mat-sthāni bhūtāni paśya me yogam aiśvaram
bhūta-bhṛn na ca bhūta-stho mamātmā bhūta-bhāvanaḥ

“Neither are the creatures. It’s in me. However, witness the amazing power of Yoga! Despite being the source (creator) and support (keeper) of them all; I am not inside. they are.”

Chapter 9: verse: 6 – 10

9:6

yathākāśa-sthito nityaṁ vāyuḥ sarvatra-go mahāntathā
sarvāṇi bhūtāni mat-sthānīty upadhāraya

“As the wind is everywhere, is part of the ether, the vast substance of space, know that so all beings are in Me.”

9:7

sarva-bhūtāni kaunteya prakṛtiṁ yānti māmikām
kalpa-kṣaye punas tāni kalpādau visṛjāmy aham

“Arjuna, when there is a mahā-pralaya or a great apocalypse at the end of one-year or a great time – all of them fuse and merge with My Holiness, My Prakṛti; the beginning of kalpa or a new time, they all appeared again.”

9:8

prakṛtiṁ svām avaṣṭabhya visṛjāmi punaḥ punaḥ
bhūta-grāmam imaṁ kṛtsnam avaśaṁ prakṛter vaśāt

“With My Own Self-Righteousness; because prakṛti, my nature themselves – crowds of creatures appear during kalpa or new times; they do not appear at their will.”

9:9

na ca māṁ tāni karmāṇi nibadhnanti dhanañjayaudāsīna-vad
āsīnam asaktaṁ teṣu karmasu

“Nevertheless, Arjuna, though all of them occur by My will; they appear according to their own karma, I am not affected by what they make. My position is unshakeable by their deeds.”

9:10

mayādhyakṣeṇa prakṛtiḥ sūyate sa-carācaramhetunānena
kaunteya jagad viparivartate

“Arjuna, under My watch, the wheel of the Saṁsāra universe is spinning continuously, causing the appearance of animate creatures, and move; Or things that don’t. move.”

Chapter 9: verse: 10 – 15

9:11

avajānanti māṁ mūḍhā mānuṣīṁ tanum āśritamparaṁ
bhāvam ajānanto mama bhūta-maheśvaram

“Fools who don’t understand things. this; neither is I aware of My power as the Sole Ruler of the universe – I thought that I was just a * and fleshy ordinary man.”

9:12

moghāśā mogha-karmāṇo mogha-jñānā vicetasaḥrākṣasīm
āsurīṁ caiva prakṛtiṁ mohinīṁ śritāḥ

“Those who are unconscious (unaware) self-nature), always engaged in futile deeds; hope and Their knowledge is in vain. In that futility they embrace the more confusing habits of āsurī or shayaitani.”

9:13

mahātmānas tu māṁ pārtha daivīṁ prakṛtim āśritāḥbhajanty
ananya-manaso jñātvā bhūtādim avyayam

“On the other hand, Arjuna, the mahātmās – those of noble spirit – who have realize his glory and recognize Me as the Source of all beings, and everything; Indestructible, and Eternal; Always worship me with his whole consciousness is centered on Me.”

9:14

satataṁ kīrtayanto māṁ yatantaś ca dṛḍha-vratāḥnamasyantaś
ca māṁ bhaktyā nitya-yuktā upāsate

“Thus they always glorify Me; strive to be aware of My presence everywhere; and always take refuge to Me with firm conviction. Indeed, they have united. with Me in their meditations, devotions, and offerings, which are fully focus on Me.”

9:15

jñāna-yajñena cāpy anye yajanto mām upāsate
ekatvena pṛthaktvena bahudhā viśvato-mukham

“Those who follow the path of knowledge, or Jñāna Yoga, realize My essence through Knowledge. Thus, indeed they also worship Me, by realizing the essence of self that is inseparable from Me; Some worship My divine form. in many other ways, by seeing Myself in various other forms.”

Chapter 9: verse: 16 – 20

9:16

ahaṁ kratur ahaṁ yajñaḥ svadhāham aham auṣadhammantro’ham
aham evājyam aham agnir ahaṁ hutam

“I am Hyang Offering; I too Offerings; I am the spices, the grains, everything that is rested ‘for’ deceased ancestors; I am the sacred mantras of accompaniment performances; I am also the holy fire that ushers in the offering; Real the act of offering is also me.”

9:17

pitāham asya jagato mātā dhātā pitāmahaḥvedyaṁ
pavitram oṁkāra ṛk sāma yajur eva ca

“I am the Custodian and Sole Ruler of nature. universe; Father, Mother, and True Ancestor, I am Hyang Worth Knowing, Hyang Maha Sanctifying, The Noble Word Oṁ; and, Source of All Knowledge, Veda – Ṛg, Yajur, and Sāma.”

9:18

gatir bhartā prabhuḥ sākṣī nivāsaḥ śaraṇaṁ suhṛtprabhavaḥ
pralayaḥ sthānaṁ nidhānaṁ bījam avyam

“I am the Supreme Goal; Hyang Maha Nurturing, Mastering, and Witnessing; Eternal State or Place (which can reached), Single Protector, Faithful Friend, Beginning and End of everything; To Me all come home at the end of the apocalypse or pralaya, and I am also the Seed of Life that has never been extinct.”

9:19

tapāmy aham ahaṁ varṣaṁ nigṛhṇāmy utsṛjāmi caamṛtaṁ
caiva mṛtyuś ca sad asac cāham Arjuna

“I am the heat of the sun; I am also the one Set the clouds and rain. Arjuna, I am death, and I am also immortal; I am existence and nothingness.”

9:20

trai-vidyā māṁ soma-pāḥ pūta-pāpā yajñair iṣṭvā svar-gatiṁ prārthayantete
puṇyam āsādya surendra-lokam aśnanti divyān divi deva-bhogān

“Those who work to achieve results certainly in accordance with the advice in the three Vedas, throughout his life EnjoySoma, or anything else pleasures derived from clusters of thoughts, senses, bodies, and so on; filial piety by performing various kinds of rites, and liberated from all As for the sins of error, they went to the heavenly realm where Indra ruled. Thus, they enjoy all heavenly pleasures.”

Next page: Chapter 9: verse: 21 – 34