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  1. Re: Gita 4.40 - What does Kṛṣṇa mean by saṁśayātmā (doubting mind)?

    hariḥ oṁ
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    I wrote,



    A more conventional view of this term is vinaśya+ti and is also in the proper grammatical form.
  2. Re: Gita 4.40 - What does Kṛṣṇa mean by saṁśayātmā (doubting mind)?

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    What is missing in my opinion is the comprehension that śloka 38 sets the stage, then 39 to 42 develops the idea.

    You mention "if the object of...
  3. Re: Gita 4.40 - What does Kṛṣṇa mean by saṁśayātmā (doubting mind)?

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    If one views the śrīmad bhāgavad gītā as perfectly orchestrated teaching by the Lord one will note even the structure on what is taught and in what order. Note...
  4. Re: Gita 4.40 - What does Kṛṣṇa mean by saṁśayātmā (doubting mind)?

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    ajñaścāśraddadhānaśca saṅśayātmā = ajñaḥ ca śradda adhānaḥ ca saṅśaya+ātmā

    Note the sequence:
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