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Meaning of Bhagavad Gita
Chapter II Shloka 15


Meaning of Bhagavad Gita chapter II shloka 15:
A serious seeker of spirituality... the moment one realizes impermanence of the human body... one indulges in Nishakama karma... never attaches self to the fruits of karma performed! Acting as a trustee of God... one finally emancipates from the cycle of birth and death forever... gains omniscience by reaching the stage of enlightenment and salvation.

The physical form... the human body was manifested by our soul atman! The fruits of karma performed also belong to our soul atman. By taking control of the five senses and the mind the moment human beings realize the real truth of life... one cross the world of Samsara (worldly life) forever.

Such a one... a man of wisdom... a follower of Nishakama karma... both in sufferings and happiness ultimately learns to maintain a balance in life. By crossing the threshold of senses and mind... by practicing celibacy for a minimum period of 12 years in continuation... by awakening Kundalini in full... one finally reaches the stage of Nirvikalpa Samadhi... the stage of nothingness.

Enlightenment is a stage that can never be attached to the bodily self. Only when human beings detach themselves from the body performing karma Nishakama karma way... the wisdom of the Cosmos becomes available to one. One gains omniscience for all practical purposes. More on Bhagavad Gita- http://www.godrealized.com/bhagvadgita.html

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