Whiteberg: Bhagavad Gita: The Despondency of Arjuna: Sacred Shore

Chapter 1:

Visada yoga: The Despondency of Arjuna

As the opposing armies stand poised for battle, Arjuna, the mighty warrior, sees his intimate relatives, teachers and friends in both armies ready to fight and sacrifice their lives. Overcome by grief and pity, Arjuna fails in strength, his mind becomes bewildered, and he gives up his determination to fight.

Whiteberg: Bhagavad Gita: Sacred Shore: Lyrics

"On this sacred shore eager for battle Who are the distinguished Leaders of my army foreboding evil Kinsmen in battle

Those I have no wish to kill Though they kill me Even for the sake of dominion Over the three worlds

 Endeavouring to slay Out of a craving Pleasures of dominion Cast aside in mind In the midst of war Sat in this chariot Evil coming down This final battle" 

Copyright and Phonograph Copyright owned by
Whiteberg/Superimposition Records/Laconic Productions 2003
composed, arranged and performed by
Emmanuel Whiteberg, Ronald Gurdjieff, Pablo Ouspenski, Philip Marinetti and Maitland White
produced by Emmanuel Whiteberg and Mark White
recorded at st.edith's marsh, mixed at tanis studios wiltshire
post production and digital mastering by Matthew Marinetti at replies/devilebunnaye

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