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Yoga means Union. And what is Union? Uniting with the Moment. Uniting with the Event at Hand. Being at Ease with a person or a situation. Being at ease with your own Self.
Do we have to be friendly to someone who is bothersome? We can certainly maintain our cool by changing the conversation, expressing our displeasure or even moving away from the space.
However how to do this regularly so that our own creativity and expression and happiness are maintained? This is the subject of the Bhagavad Gita. Especially of its 6th Chapter that gives succinct keys for living well physically, at home and at the workplace.
This edition gives the original verses in Sanskrit along with a Latin Transliteration and a commentary in English. An Anvaya and essence in Hindi and English make it eminently readable.
श्री भगवान् उवाच The Good Lord said
अनाश्रित कर्मफलम् , कार्यं कर्म करोति यः ।
स सन्न्यासी च योगी च , न निरग्निर्न चाक्रियः ॥ ६.१
anaa"sritaᳲkarmaphalam, kaarya.m karma karoti ya.h |
sa sannyaasii ca yogii ca, na niragnirna caakriya.h || 6.1
The one who performs action that is enjoined, and at the same time is not hankering after its results -
that one is a Sannyasin and a Yogin.
Just someone who does not perform rituals, or who is not engaged in day to day duties - is not a sannyasi, nor a yogi.
The Verses are split at 8 syllables (each quarter pada) for perfection in enunciation.
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