Tapasvibhyo 'dhiko yogi jnanibhyo 'pimato' dhikah
karmibhyas cadhiko yogi tasmad yogi bhavarjuna.
yogi-- one perfecting the science of uniting the individual consciousness with the ultimate consciousness; matah--is considered; adhikah--superior; tapas-vibhyah- to the performer of asceticism; adhikah api-and is superior; jnanibhyah-to those followers of impersonal knowledge; karmibhyah-to the fructive worker; tasmat-therefore; bhava just become; yogi-one who got perfection in yoga.
One perfecting the science of uniting the individual consciousness with the ultimate consciousness is considered superior to the performers of asceticism and is superior to the fol lowers of impersonal knowledge. One perfected in the science of uniting the individual consciousness with the ultimate consciousness is also superior to the fructive worker;therefore o Arjuna, just become one perfected in the science of uniting the individual consciousness with the ultimate consciousness.
6.47 Yoginaamapi sarveshaam madgatenaantaraatmanaa |
Sraddhaavaanbhajate yo maam sa me yuktatamematah ||
Sarveshaam yoginaam – Among all yogis ; api yah – He who : Sraddhavaan – full of faith: madgatenaantaraatma – innerself merged in Me: Maam – Me; Bhajate – worships: Sa – he; me yuktaatma matah – according to me , the most devout.
“ And among all YOGIS, he who, full of faith, with his inner-self merged in ME, worships ME, is, according to ME, the most devout.”
35 Who is the most devout of the Yogins?
yoginamapi sarvesam madgatenantaratmana
sraddhavanbhajate yo mam sa me yuktatamo matah
And among all Yogins, he who,full of faith, with his inner-self merged in Me, worships Me, is , according to Me, the most devout Yogin.
In this concluding stanza of the sixth chapter, the Lord declares that of all the meditators, the one who has merged his inner-self ( mind and intellect) in the Self, and endowed with sraddha ( faith) devotes himself to the Self, is the most devout of the Yogins. ( 6.47)
36) What is " bhajana"?
"Bhajana" is the attempt of the ego to pour itself out in an act of devoted dedication towards the Principle of Reality, whereby the devoted personality successfully invokes the experience that lies beyond the noisy shores of the mind-intellect equipment.( 6.47)