Whiteberg: Bhagavad Gita: The Path of Wisdom: Standing Still

 

Chapter 4:

Jnana yoga: The Path of wisdom

 

 

 Transcendental knowledge---the spiritual knowledge of the soul, of God, and of their relationship---is both purifying and liberating. Such knowledge is the fruit of selfless devotional action (karma-yoga). The Lord explains the remote history of the Gita, the purpose and significance of His periodic descents to the material world, and the necessity of approaching a guru, a realized teacher.

Whiteberg: Bhagavad Gita: Standing Still: Lyrics:

"Know me, know me as agent I have no desire Devoid of engagement From the mire

 Unscathed, by deeds I have earned my will Nothing, shall impede us Standing still

He is, wise among men He is dedicated He is, purposefully driven He's not dead

 Acting, he is not blind The wise, call him as sage His feet, on the ground Has no age."

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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