Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 13 - Prakrti Purusha Viveka Yoga - The Yoga of Differentiation Between Matter and Consciousness

Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 13 - Verse 6-7

The main elements are the false ego, intelligence, the unmanifest material nature, the ten senses, the mind, the five sense-objects, desire, hate, pleasure, pain, the gross body, consciousness and determination. All these elements that are described here are considered to be the field.

Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 13 - Verse 8-12

Desirelessness, humility, nonviolence, tolerance, simplicity, service to the spiritual master, purity, steadiness, selfcontrol, detachment from sense gratification, absence of false ego, perception of the miseries of birth, death, old age and disease, detachment, freedom from attachment to wife, children and household life, perpetual equanimity in both happy and distressful circumstances, constant and firm devotion unto Me, dwelling in a solitary place, free from the desire to socialize with the masses, constant determination in achieving self-realization and a desire to gain knowledge of the Absolute Truth – all these qualities have been declared to be knowledge. Anything contrary to this is ignorance.

Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 13 - Verse 15

He illuminates all the senses and their functions, however He is devoid of any material senses Himself. He remains detached and He is the Maintainer of all. Although He is devoid of all material qualities, He is the Master of all qualities.

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