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

    Believer, namaste.



    On the contrary, and IMHO, OP (in this case, me, but applies to anyone else) should be given the benefit of doubt (i.e., assume he has a poor understanding of our...
  2. Re: Gita 4.40 - What does Kṛṣṇa mean by saṁśayātmā (doubting mind)?

    @devotee, thanks for your explanation!



    In the very same shlokha: "Neither this world nor the next nor happiness exists for one who has a doubting mind." (नायं लोकोऽस्ति न परो न सुखं...
  3. Re: Gita 4.40 - What does Kṛṣṇa mean by saṁśayātmā (doubting mind)?

    Good info. Thanks. But why is bhaktiyoga towards the end of the list? We see more and more people running after wish-fulfilling bhakti. Very few seem to be after knowledge. Isn't it?
  4. Re: Gita 4.40 - What does Kṛṣṇa mean by saṁśayātmā (doubting mind)?

    Yajvan: Nice explanation. But how to interpret vinaśyati?

    So you are saying a saṅśayātmā is not a bad person (nor is it a derogatory word) if the object of questioning is to seek knowledge? But if...
  5. Gita 4.40 - What does Kṛṣṇa mean by saṁśayātmā (doubting mind)?

    namaskāraḥ

    Bhagavad-gītā 4.40 says:


    अज्ञश्चाश्रद्दधानश्च संशयात्मा विनश्यति। <br>
    नायं लोकोऽस्ति न परो न सुखं संशयात्मनः।।4.40।।

    ajñaścāśraddadhānaśca saṅśayātmā vinaśyati. <br>
    nāyaṅ...
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