Aksharbrahmayoga - eighth chapter

Aksharbrahmayoga – eighth chapter Shrimad Bhagwadgita

Religious story, Srimad Bhagavad Gita

Seven questions and answers of Arjuna regarding Brahm, Spirituality and Karma Aksharbrahmayoga – eighth chapter 

Aksharbrahmayoga – eighth chapter  -Arjun said- O Purushottam! What is that Brahman? What is spirituality? What is karma? What is said in the name of the overbearing and who is called the overbearing?

Hey Madhusudan! Who is the Adjudicator here? And how is he in this body? And how do you come to know at the end of time by men with a strong mind?

Shri Bhagavan said- The ultimate syllable is ‘Brahm’, its form means that the individual soul is called ‘Spirituality’ and the renunciation which generates the spirit of ghosts is called ‘Karma’.

All the things in the origin-destruction religion are overflowing, Hiranyamya Purush (who is called in the scriptures by the names Sutraatma, Hiranyagarbha, Prajapati, Brahma etc.) is supreme and O Arjuna, the best among the incarnates! In this body, I am Vasudeva only internally aware.

The man who leaves the body, remembering me even in the last moment, he gets my real nature – there is no doubt in it.

O Kunti son Arjun! Whatever body a person renounces in the last moment, remembering it, he only gets it because he has always been in the same sense.
Therefore, O Arjun! In all times, remember me constantly and also make war. In this way, you will surely receive me by being full of the mind and intellect offered to me.

The topic of Bhakti Yoga (Aksharbrahmayoga – eighth chapter )

Hey Parth! It is a rule that a person who is constantly meditating with the mind that does not go to the other side, with yoga as the practice of meditation of God, receives the divine light, that is, God only.

The man who is omniscient, eternal, all-in-control (who rules intermittently in accordance with the auspicious and inauspicious deeds of all beings) from the subtle to the most subtle, the imperceptible form of nurturing, the perpetual light-like form of the sun and avidya. Beyond that, the pure Sachchidanandaghan remembers God.

Even in the end of a man with devotion, by establishing the life well in the middle of the Bhrkuti with the power of yoga, then the divine person attains that divine form, remembering from the restless mind.

The ultimate post which the scholar who knows the Vedas calls Avinash, the saintless ascetic monk, who enters, and the ultimate post that the Brahmachari people want to conduct celibacy, I will briefly say the ultimate post for you.

By stopping the gates of all the senses and stabilizing the mind in the heart, then setting the soul in the forehead by that living mind, situated in the divine Yogadharna, the man who chants ‘ॐ’ this single letter form Brahma and its meaning. I leave the body contemplating Nirguna Brahman, that man attains the ultimate speed.

Hey Arjun! A man who is unique in me and always remembers me constantly, I am accessible to the yogi who is constantly involved in me, that is, I will get it easily.

The great souls who have attained ultimate accomplishment do not receive me, the homes of sorrows and the fleeting rebirth.

Hey Arjun! After Brahmalokriya, all the people are recursive, but O Kuntiputra! I am not reborn after receiving, because I am timeless and all these are eternal because of being limited by the time period of Brahmadi.

Those who know the essence of Brahma, who have a period of up to one thousand Chaturyugi and even a night with a duration of up to a thousand Chaturyugi, are going to know the element of the Yogijan period.

Entire pasture ghosts originate from the avyakta i.e. the subtle body of Brahma in the entry period of the day of Brahma and in the entry of the night of Brahma, they are absorbed in the subtle body of Brahma called that avyakta.

Hey Parth! In the same way, this ghost community has been born – subjugated in nature and is absorbed in the night’s entry period and is born again in the day’s entrance

Even beyond that avyakta, that is, the second eccentric, which is the eternal latent emotion, is not destroyed even after the destruction of all the ghosts, the supreme divine person.

The avyakta ‘alphabet’ which is said by this name, the avyakt bhava called the same letter is called Paramgati and the eternal latent emotion which humans do not come back to is my ultimate abode.

Hey Parth! The God who is sovereign and the truth of which the whole world is perfect (see Gita chapter 9 in verse 4), that Sanatana Avyakta Param Purush is unique (one should see its expansion in Gita chapter 11 verse 55) only through devotion. Is worthy of being

The theme of Shukla and Krishna path (Aksharbrahmayoga – eighth chapter )

Hey Arjun! In the period (Here one must understand the passage from the word Kaal, because in the following verses, God has called its name ‘Sriti’, ‘Speed’ like this.) Yogis, who have left the body, are unable to return to the speed and in which time Gone are the only returning motions, I will call that period i.e. both routes.

The path in which the Jyotirmaya is the fire-arrogant deity, the arrogant deity of the day, the ardent deity of the Shukla Paksha and the arrogant deity of the six months of Uttarayan, the Brahmavetta yogis who died in that path, are taken up in order by the appropriate deities to carry Brahm. Are received. 4

The path in which Dhumabhimani is the deity, the night is the arrogant deity and the arrogant deity of the Krishna Paksha and the arrogant deity of the Dakshinayan, the Yogi who has died in that path, the Yogi who has done the deed, is carried by the appropriate deities in the order of the moon’s light. Having received, he returns to heaven after suffering the fruits of his auspicious deeds.

Because these two types of the world – Shukla and Krishna i.e. Devayana and Pitriyan Marg are considered eternal. One of them is gone (ie Yogi gone from Archimarga according to verse 24 of this chapter.) – One who does not have to return, receives that ultimate gift and is gone by the other (i.e. according to verse 25 of this chapter Sakam Karmayogi, who has gone through the sky, comes back again. That is, he gets birth and death.

Hey Parth! Thus, no yogi is fascinated by knowing these two routes from the element. For this reason, O Arjun! You should be fully enlightened with yoga at all times, that is, you will constantly be the means for my attainment.

The Yogi Purush knowing this secret in the reading of the Vedas and doing the Yajna, austerity and charity, all of the virtues that he has said, are undoubtedly violated and the Sanatan attains the ultimate position. (Aksharbrahmayoga – eighth chapter )

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