Friday, October 20, 2023

Bhagavad Gita, 15.7-11

 The souls in this world are eternal particles of myself, struggling to carry the material mind and senses.

Leaving one body and entering another, they carry the mind and senses with them as the wind carries the fragrance of a flower.

Thus ruling the ears, eyes, tongue, nose and sense of touch, grouped about the mind, the soul enjoys the pleasures of this world.

Those who are deluded do not understand how a soul enjoys life in the body under the spell of nature and then departs—but with the eye of knowledge this can be seen.

Those who strive on the path of yoga see the self within. Those who do not develop self-understanding, however they try, see nothing.

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