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Shloka 32

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evaṁ bahu-vidhā yajñā
vitatā brahmaṇo mukhe
karma-jān viddhi tān sarvān
evaṁ jñātvā vimokṣyase

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Jnana Yoga: Maya and Freedom. Maya und Freiheit.

This article is about the fifth chapter of Swami Vivekananda’s book Jnana Yoga. Vivekananda elaborates on the subject of the eternal struggle for freedom within all beings in the realm of Maya. 956 more words

Hinduism

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Shloka 30 – 31

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sarve ‘py ete yajña-vido
yajña-kṣapita-kalmaṣāḥ
yajña-śiṣṭāmṛta-bhujo
yānti brahma sanātanam

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Shloka 29

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apāne juhvati prāṇaṁ
prāṇe ‘pānaṁ tathāpare
prāṇāpāna-gatī ruddhvā
prāṇāyāma-parāyaṇāḥ
apare niyatāhārāḥ
prāṇān prāṇeṣu juhvati

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Shloka 28

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dravya-yajñās tapo-yajñā
yoga-yajñās tathāpare
svādhyāya-jñāna-yajñāś ca
yatayaḥ saṁśita-vratāḥ

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Some by sacrificing one’s possessions(dravya-yajna), by performing severe austerities(tapo-yajna), by sacrificing in yoga(controlling the mind)(yoga-yajna), by self study of the Vedas to advance spiritually(svadhaya), become enlightened having taken strict vows. 38 more words

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Shloka 27

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sarvāṇīndriya-karmāṇi
prāṇa-karmāṇi cāpare
ātma-saṁyama-yogāgnau
juhvati jñāna-dīpite

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Others, who have an urge for self-realization(jnana-dipite), in the yoga agni of atma samyama(controlling the mind and senses), offer all the functions of indriyas(senses) and prana(life breath). 68 more words

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Shloka 26

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śrotrādīnīndriyāṇy anye
saṁyamāgniṣu juhvati
śabdādīn viṣayān anya
indriyāgniṣu juhvati

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Some(anye-bramhachaaris) perform yajna by offering hearing and other senses(srotradini indriyani) in the fire of control(samyama); others(anye-gruhasthas) perform yajna by offering sense objects in the fire of senses. 87 more words