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Yogi Ramacharaka

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William Atkinson / Yogi Ramacharaka's

Bhagavad Gita

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Introduction - The Scene; Theme; and Character - Gloom of Arjuna - Inner Doctrine - The Secret of Work - Spiritual Knowledge - Renunciation - Self Mastery - Spiritual Discernment - Mystery of Omnipresence - Kingly Knowledge - Universal Perfection - Universal Manifestation - Yoga of Devotion - Knower and the Known - Three Gunas or Qualities - Consciousness of the Supreme - Good and Evil Natures - Threefold Faith - Renunciation and Freedom - Contents -

Part 11 - The Universal Manifestation - p. 110

Then spake Arjuna, unto the Blessed Lord, Krishna, saying:

"Thou hast removed my illusion and ignorance, by thy words of Wisdom, regarding the Supreme Mystery of the Spirit, which thou hast spoken unto me out of Thy great love and compassion. From thee have I learned the full truth regarding the creation and destruction of all things; and also concerning Thy greatness and all-embracing immanence. Thou art indeed the Lord of All, even as thou describeth Thyself. But, one final token of Thy love for me, I beg of Thee, O Lord and Master. I would, if such be possible for me, that Thou showeth unto me Thine own Countenance and Form --- the Imperishable Spirit."

Krishna: "Since thou asketh me for this, O Arjuna, even shalt it be granted thee. Behold then, O Prince, my millions of forms divine, of all shapes and forms, species, colors

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