Whiteberg: Bhagavad Gita: The Renunciation of Action: Nine Gated City

Chapter 5:

Samnyasa yoga: Renunciation of Action 

Outwardly performing all actions but inwardly renouncing their fruits, the wise man, purified by the fire of transcendental knowledge, attains peace, detachment, forbearance, spiritual vision, and bliss.

Whiteberg: Bhagavad Gita: Nine Gated City: Lyrics:

"I do nothing at all The embodied one rests happily in the nine gated city

 Neither agency nor objects does the lord create for the world Nor with the fruits of actions

 But it is the nature that acts The lord takes neither the evil Nor the good deed of any

 wisdom is enveloped By un-wisdom There by mortals are deluded.

 But of those who's un-wisdom Is destroyed by wisdom of the self Like the sun wisdom illuminates that supreme.

 In a brahmana endued With wisdom and humility

In a cow In an elephant As also in a dog

And in a dog eater The wise see the same."

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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