9.28 śubhāśubha-phalair evaṁ (Original)

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Chapter 9

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śubhāśubha-phalair evaṁ
mokṣyase karma-bandhanaiḥ
vimukto mām upaiṣyasi

‘Thus shalt thou be rescued from the bonds of karma consisting of good and evil fruits. With mind co-ordinated to this resigned contemplation (sanyāsa yoga), the liberated thou, shalt attain to Me.’

The yoga or method called sanyāsa, is the complete surrendering or the offering up of all. One whose mind has found reconciliation in such mental resignation is sanyāsa-yoga-yukt-ātma.

Thus, pondering on the ātma as solely My vassal, as solely under My rule, and calculating all act as My worship) do thou perform all acts, secular and scriptural. And thou shalt thus be freed from the fetters of all the deeds of the measureless past embodying good and evil fruits, barricading thy passage to Me. So rescued from them, thou shalt attain to Me.

Listen now as to My paramount nature, transcending all that is worldly:—

>> Chapter 9 verse 29

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