Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 6 - Verse 36

asamyatatmana yogo dushprapa iti me matih
vashyatmana tu yatata shakyo’vaptum upayatah

Translation: 

My conclusion is that yoga is difficult to attain if one’s mind is uncontrolled. But one who endeavors to control the mind by the proper practice can be successful.

Translation: 
Commentary: 
There are five primary subject matters explained in Bhagavad-gita, namely atma (individual consciousness), prakriti (material nature), karma (action), kala (time) and Ishvara (the Supreme Controller). The culmination of knowledge is to understand Shri Krishna as the underlying principle of everything. Yet some commentators on Bhagavad-gita have tried to explain the Gita minus Krishna. ...continue reading »

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