SrI: SrImathE SatakOpAya nama: SrImathE rAmAnujAya nama: SrImath varavaramunayE nama:
yadā te moha-kalilaṁ
tadā gantāsi nirvedaṁ
śrotavyasya śrutasya ca
‘When thy understanding well soars beyond the maze of world-bewilderment, then from what has been heard, and what shall be heard (from Me), thou shalt get to indifference (or disgust for samsāra).’
Doing work in the manner aforesaid, and therefore purged of all taint, one’s understanding shall get across all muddle of (worldly) fancies arising from the connecting the work with its fruit. Then, from what thou hast hitherto heard from us as to the wisdom of forsaking fruit, and from what thou will further hear from us, thou wilt, of thy own free-will, attain to a state of indifference, (or disregard for world etc).
What has so far, – commencing from: ‘As for that of yoga, hear it’ etc. (Bh: Gi: II-39, ante),- been taught, is that mode of performing work as enlightened by wisdom, and based on a real knowledge of ātmā. The fruition of this, called ‘yoga,’ is now stated:
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