Bhagavad Gita -Madhvacharya 189

Bhagavad Gita -Sri Madhvacharya

(Bhashya and Tatparya Nirnaya)


Chapter 7
Jnyaana vijnyaana Yoga

All inherent natural tendencies are as ordained by the Lord. There is nothing whatsoever without My essence in animate or the inanimate creatures. Also thus has been spoken. For the sake of spiritual practice desires which are not contrary to Dharma, renunciation of desires and attachments have been recommended.
The desires, not contrary to Dharma, should be sought by the aspirant Strength, without the powerful influence of desires and without attachment, should be sought Then by His Win alone the awareness win be attained, thus in GitaKalpa.
The pure fragrance, thus to show expectation of enjoyment. Thus in scriptures, the merits alone reach Him. In the World of meritorious, ? ऋत (cosmic law) alone is enjoyed. ऋत is that which is meritorious. ऋत सत्य and धर्म- are the auspicious actions that are followed due to such statements. ऋत is attribute of the Mind; सत्य Truth is what one puts in practice.