Whiteberg: Bhagavad Gita: The Path of Action: Karma Yoga

Chapter 3:

Karma yoga: The Path of action

 

Everyone must engage in some sort of activity in this material world. But actions can either bind one to this world or liberate one from it. By acting for the pleasure ofte Supreme, without selfish motives, one can be liberated from the law of karma (action and reaction) and attain transcendental knowledge of the self and the Supreme.

Whiteberg: Bhagavad Gita: Karma Yoga: Lyrics: 

"By this shall ye propagate Let this be to your cow of plenty

With this do ye nourish gods the gods shall nourish you nourishing one another

 From food the creatures come fourth Production of food is from rain

From rain comes forth from sacrifice eminating fourth from Brahman

All-pervading Brahman Ever rests in sacrifice

He who's mind is deluded by egoism thinks that "I am the doer"

 As fire surrounded by smoke As a mirror by rust A foetus is enclosed in the womb Is covered by it

Him who is superior to reason Subduing the self by the self Slay thou o mighty armed

The foe in the form of desire It is hard to conquer"

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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