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    Re: subtleties in the gītā

    No, He is merely referring to the different tastes of the materialist compared to the yogi. What enlivens the yogi bores the materialist and vice-versa.
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    Re: subtleties in the gītā

    If by "eating," The Lord meant sense gratification in general, then (according to you), the verse really means, "there is no possibility of yoga for he who has too much sense gratification or for he...
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    Re: subtleties in the gītā

    Pranams,

    I don't understand the need to point out a single verse to summarize the gItA, when the entire gItA is one integrated teaching, with each chapter building on or expanding upon the...
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    Re: subtleties in the gītā

    Considering that Arjuna was the one who would be deluded about the nature of his dharma and reality, it is hard to believe that there was some purposeful, spiritual motivation to moving his chariot...
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