Bhagavad Gita – Chapter 3 verse 28

 

 

 

Bhagavad Gita – Chapter 3 verse 28
Bhagavad Gita-chapter 3verse 28

Bhagavad Gita chapter 3 verse 28, has given us many important provenances to know about us, out of which we will discuss some Provenance on this

All three qualities sattva, Raj, and Tam have been given to us by nature and, all of them, one quality definitely appears.

So the body, senses, brain, mind, creatures, and objects are full of virtue. That is known as virtue-department. All the actions done by these faculties are known as action-department.

Virtues and actions, that is, matter and actions are constantly changing. Substances are going to be generated and destroyed and activities are going to start and end.

To experience accurately this, that is known from the element of virtue and action department.

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In consciousness never any action takes place. It remains always detached and changeless, which means, it is not being connected to any natural substances and activities. 

The experience accurately this, known consciousness from the element.  

When ignorant people consider their own relationship with this virtue and action sector, then he gets tied up with this.

This is because of the shortage of knowledge or because of the quality of fascination.

In order to, it is due to the absence of intelligence, on awakening discrimination, fascination gets destroy.

So, it needs to be necessary, to awaken discrimination by giving it importance. 

Even if a seeker who wishes to know the element does not have any relationship with the virtue and Karma, then he knows the property department and Karma department from the element.

Whether you know the quality department and the department of work, whether you know yourself from the element, both will have the same result.

Even if, this is living in the body, conscious elements always remain inoperative and detached.

The work of nature such as the work of the body, the work of the mind, the intellect, and the senses are called 'it'.

'It' never be 'I'. When 'it' can't become 'I', 'then how all activities in 'It' can be 'mine'.

This means that all activities of body, mind, brain, senses are work of nature, all these activities naturally happened and 'self' is totally different and detached from this.

How can the actions occurring in them be done themselves?

In this way, one who experiences detachment from substance and activities, can't get into a bond.

The isolation of 'self' from 'it' completely shows the effect of separation from each other, then how can be both attached to each other.

'It' and 'I' are completely different from each other. The element 'I' have a different existence. 

Here, the meaning of detachment from substance and activities to consider that all activities are only completed through supreme power, not by us.

This ingenious that can make you different from each other and you can more intimate with God.

 The feeling of ‘I don’t do anything’ makes us bond free from every activity, substance, and faculty.

Activities – all activities that we do in our everyday life like eating, drinking, listening, and watching, etc. are activities.

Substance – the subject of activities like what are you watching, what are you eating, what are you drinking or the material that you eat are all substances?

All these activities and substances are recognized by senses (eye, mouth, ear),

Senses through the brain, brain known through the mind, and mind have known through ‘I’(aham).

This 'Aham' enlighted by an ingenious light or consciousness, this ingenious light is cognoscente, illuminator, and base of whole work and activities.

We can live blissful life being with it.

How to recognize your consciousness beyond 'Aham'?

Every person has an unbroken experience of his entity, irrespective of the state. People who broke their relation to the perceived ego (Aham, ‘I’), and realized their nature, they are Tatvavit.

 We all know that we have a deep connection with God; we have a self-proven continual relationship with the unchanging God.

By the way, we have virtually no relation with this transcendent nature, only a supposed relationship. If we erase this considered relation of nature through thought, then it is called ‘Gyan Yoga’. And this relationship is erased by doing deeds for charity, then it is called Karmayoga.

Yoga occurs only when there is a disconnection with this nature, that is, the experience of a continuous relationship with God, otherwise knowledge and action are only there.

Therefore, it is important to identify your relationship with God that is known as ‘Tatvavit’.

Due to the nature arising from the natural qualities, the body, senses, mind, intellect, etc. are also called qualities and from these, complete deeds are done.

But some people consider themselves to be doing actions and their relationship with these qualities due to indiscretion. They think that all these works are only done by me.

But when people feel an auto-proven status that I am not a doer, that type of feeling never comes into mind.

Like the engine of a train runs, but it needs an engine and a driver to pull it, the pulling power is in the engine itself, but only after the driver operates it will reach its place. Because of the engine, the engine has no consciousness nor does it have intelligence, so it needs a driver with intelligence.

But a man also has a body-like engine and intelligence, mind, and senses for operation. These four (body, senses, mind, intellect) are able to work only after being energized by a common light( chetan).

The reflection of this common light comes in the intellect, the mind receives the knowledge of the brain, the knowledge of the mind receives the senses, and then the body engine operates.

The 'self' who publishes these fours is unconnected and unambiguous with these qualities.

The attraction always exists in homogeneity. For example, the relation of ears to words, skin for touch, eyes for the watch, tongue for taste, and nose are attractive in smell.

In this way, all five senses have an attraction in their own subjects; our one sense never has any attraction in relation to other senses, that is,

The basic reason why one object is attracted to the other object is the homogeneity of both of them.

In spite of being located in our body, the conscious does nothing and does not indulge.

When the conscious considers himself to be familiar with nature, then it is said to be in happiness and sorrow.

However, all actions, tasks, accomplishments of work and attribution only occur in nature.

You will find this secret thing only in Bhagavad Gita chapter 3 verse 28, by reading it, you can know a lot about yourself, if there is any shortcoming in the article, then please comment to me.

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