Thursday, August 23, 2018

Purushottama Yoga - Shrimad Bhagavad Gita fifteenth Chapter

Shrimad Bhagavad Gita fifteenth Chapter – Purushottama Yoga

Bhagawan shri Krishna: Arjuna this universe is like inverted tree having roots in the upward direction and stems growing towards downward direction. This stems which are downwards represent the kamya karmas (works done to get something especially worldly things) of human world. This tree is called Ashwatha vruksham (samsara vruksham)

The more you get involved in the kamya karmas, the stems will grow and you will move away from roots. So one should find the roots and its starting point, by using non attachment as tool.

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Jiva (soul) will carry his experiences (or karmas) from one body to another. In this way jiva will be leaving a body (death) to get a new body (birth). In this new body he will again get manas, ears, tongue, nose, eyes, and skin. With them he will again start experiencing the world and keep doing karmas.

Normal people can’t understand how a jiva (soul) will leave the body and based on karma which body he is going to take. But people having jnana chakshu (divine eyes- rishis and great people will get this power because of their tapasya) can know it.

Sun who is giving light and heat to the universe, is getting energy from me. In the same way moon is also getting energy from me. All the planets are in their place and rotating properly because of my energy.

Purushottama Yoga Bhagavad Gita
Purushottama Yoga Bhagavad Gita

I am the jataragni (digesting power) in every living being and digesting the food. I am there in the hrudayam (soul) of every human being. All the vedas are there to understand me. I am the one who has given the vedas.

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Jivas (souls) can be divided into two

1.Kshara (souls which are in a physical body and which keeps changing the body – like souls in human , animals etc)

2.Akshara (souls in spiritual world , where the body will not change and will not undergo any physical change)

And there is paramatma who is taking care of Kshara, Akshara and all the universes. Since I am different from kshara and Akshara, Vedas call me as Purushottama.

With this Shrimad Bhagavad Gita fifteenth chapter – Purushottama Yoga has been completed

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