“He who worships me with unfaltering love transcends these gunas. He becomes fit to reach union with Brahman (Krishna/Vishnu/God). For I am Brahman Within this body Life immortal That shall not perish: I am the Truth And the Joy forever.
Bhagavad Gita Chapter 14…Three Gunas, by Swami Prabhavananda and Christopher Isherwood Of sattva, knowledge is born: Of rajas, greed: Tamas brings forth bewilderment, Delusion, darkness Abiding in sattva Man goes to higher realms: Remaining in rajas In this world he remains: Sunk in tamas, His lower nature, He sinks to the underworld. Let the […]
In Chapter 14 of the Bhagavad Gita, the Three Gunas are described as following: Tamas the ignorant Bewilders all men: Tamas will bind you With bonds of delusion, Sluggishness, stupor For those who are on the path of enlightenment…Tamas is not part of it. Although this guna can bring you to your knees, and possibly […]
In Chapter 14 of the Bhagavad Gita, the Three Gunas are described as following: Rajas the passionate Will make you thirsty For pleasure and possession: Rajas will bind you To hunger for action The nature of Rajas is passion and restlessness. Activity is dominant, always moving, driven, also dynamic at times. They can be self-centered […]
In Chapter 14 of the Bhagavad Gita, the Three Gunas are described as the following: Sattva the shinning Can show the Atman (Soul) By its pure light: Yet sattva will bind you To search for happiness Longing for knowledge Sattva, the mode of goodness is important on the path of spiritual enlightenment. Those who are […]