The Bhagavadgita -S. Radhakrishnan
The True Yoga
4. yada hi ne 'ndriycirthe
References and Context
- ↑ samkalpamulah kamo vai yajno sarhkalpasayhbhava II, 3.
- ↑ kama, janami te mulam, sayhhalpat tvam hi jayase na tva * samkalpayi yami tens me na bhavisyasi. Santiparva, 77, 25.
- ↑ atta hi attano nahto. 160
- ↑ atta hi attano gati. 380,
- ↑ Boehme says : "Nothing truly but thine owe willing, hearing and seeing do keep thee back from it, and do hinder thee from coming to this super sensual state And it is because thou strives so against that, out of which thou thyself art descended and derived, that thou thus breakest thyself off, with thine own willing, from God's willing, and with thy own seeing from God's seeing." St. John of the Cross says : "The more the soul cleaves to created things relying on Its own strength, by habit and inclination, the less is it disposed for this union, because it does not completely resign itself into the hands of God, that He may transform it supernaturally." Jame wrote in his Lawa'ih. Make my heart pure, my soul from error free, Make tears and sighs my daily lot to be, And lead me on Thy road away from self, That lost to self I may approach to Thee. Whinfield's E. T.