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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 17 - The Threefold Faith - p. 157

Thus further, spake Arjuna, unto Krishna, the Blessed Lord, saying:

"What is the condition and state of those men who casteth aside the authority of the Sacred Writings, yet who still retain their faith and worship? Are they under the control of the Sattvas; the Rajas; or the Tamas Gunas? Tell me thus, O Blessed Krishna, my Lord, I pray Thee!"

Krishna: "The Faith of Man is of a threefold kind --- three forms of manifestations hath it, according to the nature, character and disposition of the man. Named after the Gunas are these three forms, namely Sattvakee; Rajasee; and Tamas ee --- or in other words, The Pure; the Desire-colored; and The Dark. Heareth thou what these are, O Prince.

"The faith of each man is a reflection of that man's character or nature. That in which each hath faith, is the essence of that man himself. Each man's God --- his Conception of

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