Bhagavadgītā. Il canto del beato
Bhagavadgītā, in sanscrito, significa appunto “Canto del Divino” o “Canto dell’Adorabile”. È un poema di contenuto religioso di circa seven-hundred versi, diviso in 18 canti e parte integrante del più ampio poema epico Mahābhārata. Questo Canto ha acquisito valore di testo sacro ed è divenuto uno dei testi più popolari e amati dai fedeli dell’Induismo. L’edizione in digitale esce oggi in step with Utet in un’inedita versione critica corredata anche dell’originale in sanscrito navigabile in forma di ipertesto.
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A: See if it has come about. Q: One has to sublimate the ego-self into the true Self. A: The ego-self does not exist at all. Q: Why does it give us trouble? A: To whom is the trouble? The trouble also is imagined. Trouble and pleasure are only for the ego. Q: Why is the world so wrapped up in ignorance? A: Take care of yourself. Let the world take care of itself. See your Self. If you are the body there is the gross world also. If you are spirit all is spirit alone. Q: It will hold good for the individual, but what of the rest?
Q: This is a vicious circle. A: It is the ego which raises such difficulties, creating obstacles and then suffering from the perplexity of apparent paradoxes. 14 Q: Why is this mental bondage so persistent? A: The nature of bondage is merely the rising, ruinous thought ‘I am different from the reality’. 15 Q: Why do I never remember that I am the Self? A: People speak of memory and oblivion of the fullness of the Self. Oblivion and memory are only thought-forms. They will alternate so long as there are thoughts.
Nothing more can be predicated of the Self than that it exists. Seeing God or the Self is only being the Self or yourself. Seeing is being. You, being the Self, want to know how to attain the Self. It is something like a man being at Ramanasramam asking how many ways there are to reach Ramanasramam and which is the best way for him. 7 Q: What is the ego-self? How is it related to the real Self? A: The ego-Self appears and disappears and is transitory, whereas the real Self is permanent. Though you are actually the true Self you wrongly identify the real Self with the ego-self.