Gita Madhurya -Ramsukhdas 52

Gita Madhurya -Swami Ramsukhdas

Chapter V


What are the marks of such strivers who have attained the Beatitude of Brahma?

They are, totally free from desire (lust) and anger. They have subdued their mind and realized God. suet) Sankhyayogis here and hereafter attain the Beatitude of Brahma.(25)

Can this Beatitude of Brahma be attained by any other means?

Yes, it can also be attained by meditation. Shutting out (renouncing) external sense-enjoyments, fixing the gaze between the eyebrows, equalizing the Prana and Apana breaths (outward and inward breaths) moving in the nostrils; he who has controlled his senses, mind and intellect—such a striver solely pursuing liberation and free from desire, fear and anger, is ever liberated.(26)

Is there also any other easy means by which all persons may be easily liberated?

Yes, devotion is an easy means. He who firmly assumes Me the Supreme Lord of all the worlds, the disinterested friend of all beings (kind and affectionate without any selfish motive) and the enjoyer of all sacrifices and austerities viz., does not accept himself as the enjoyer, attains the Supreme peace.(27-28)


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