11.1 mad-anugrahāya paramaṁ (Original)

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arjuna uvāca
mad-anugrahāya paramaṁ
guhyam adhyātma-saṁjñitam
yat tvayoktaṁ vacas tena
moho ’yaṁ vigato mama

Arjuna spake thus :—

‘Rid I am of my infatuation, by the speech Thou
hast, for my grace, made, concerning Adhy-ātma, the Supreme Mystery.’

I have hitherto been labouring under the misapprehension of loving my body as if that were the ātma. But Thy speech constituting the Supreme Mystery, concerning ātma, has removed this misapprehension with regard to ātma; in other words, my misconception has been far dispelled. The Adhyātma or knowledge regarding ātma is that which is embodied in the Gītā, beginning with:

‘Never at all was that I was not’ (II-12) and ending with:

‘Therefore become thou yogī, O Arjuna!’ (VI-46).[1. Constituting the first Division of Six Lectures, called ‘Psychocrasy’.] Likewise also:

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