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2.2 means Chapter 2, Verse 2
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2.2 Where did this impurity (defect in the form of attachment) arise in the mind in odd times, which destroys happiness, is an evil conduct.

2.11 One should not grieve about death. The wise do not grieve about the dead or the living.

2.13 Just as childhood, youth and old age come one after the other in the body, in the same way,soul leaving the former body and attaining a new body is also a natural state.

2.14 Various interactions with the objects of the senses give heat and cold feeling, pleasure and pain to the soul, and are impermanent,so tolerate them, that is, remain unaffected.

2.15 One who is equanimous in pleasure and pain and who is not disturbed by these sensory experiences, he alone is able to truely understand photon, the nectar of immortality.

2.16 That which is not (physical world) has no sense (is not the root element; not the reality) and that which is (photon, which is the base root element of everything in the universe), is never lacking.

2.17 That soul (photon wavepacket) is imperishable, by which the whole visible material world is pervaded, it is full of consciousness. No one has the ability to destroy this imperishable element.

2.18 This eternal, imperishable soul is the master of the body but the body itself is all perishable.

2.20 The soul is neither born nor dies. It is not even that once existing in the body will not exist again, it is eternal, eternal, eternal and ancient.

2.21 One who has come to know that this soul is imperishable, eternal, changeless, how can that person kill or get someone killed?

2.25 The soul is called Avyakt (not to be seen by the senses), Achintya (not to be known by the mind), Avikarya (not affected by any kind of disorder).

2.28 All beings are unmanifest in the beginning, manifest in the middle at the time of birth and become unmanifest again after death. The body is the only means of the living being for the welfare of the soul.

2.39 This wisdom, knowledge has been told to you according to theoretical knowledge in rendering the immortality of the soul and the mortality of the body, but the wisdom and knowledge of Karmayoga (practical/experimental knowledge) is different, so that you will be able to leave the bondage of karma(work) even while doing work.

2.40 Whatever is started in the path of selfless Karma Yoga (selfless work), cannot be destroyed. Even a little practice of this path gives protection from great fear.

2.41 In the path of Karmayoga, the intellect that decides action and inaction is concentrated, but the intellects of selfish people (working for a specific goal/motive) with unstable thoughts are divided into many branches, unstable and indecisive.

2.45 Go beyond the three gunas (3 energy forms - photon energy (satvik guna) ,kinetic energy (rajsik guna) ,potential energy (tamsik guna)) and become free because this three guna illusion (exchange of energy from one form to another) is the reason for the dualities of happiness and sorrow etc. Therefore, going beyond all the dualities (knowing that physical world interactions are just exchange of energies) always remain with satvic feelings, that is, concentration and knowledge towards the photon(the imperishable element that pervades the universe and makes up all the physical world).

2.47 Karma means person has the right in doing duties, not in renunciation. The person has no right in the fruits(result of work) even while performing duties, hence work should be done without any attachment to the fruits(end result).

2.48 Leaving attachment to objects and subjects, being situated in yoga, that is, living in equanimity, doing work considering both success and failure as equal. Equal equanimity is yoga.(sound mindset in both success and failure). Doing work with a motive is very insignificant compared to doing selfless work with equanimity.

2.55 When a person has renounced all desires and is satisfied with himself, then he is situated among the wise(sound,stable mind in all situations). One who is not disturbed by sorrows, whose craving has been destroyed in the attainment of favorable circumstances and attachment, fear, anger have all been destroyed, The one who is free from attachment, does not feel joy or sadness due to good or bad, he is considered wise.

2.59 The sensory feelings of abstinent(not taking food) person are weak externally due to the weakness of the senses, but the desire for the sensory feelings remains in the mind. All the desires of the one who truely understands and attains (behaves in the same way as)  photon are automatically left. The mind should be engaged in the knowledge of the photon.

2.60 The agitated senses forcibly carry away even the mind of a diligent scholar.

2.61 Therefore by controlling the senses, being yogyukt, being devoted to the mind, i.e. devoted to photon, the meditation should be done. The one whose senses are subdued, he has a stable intellect.

2.62 The attachment of fools who keep on contemplating on various sensory objects(topics) increases. From this attachment arises lust (mature state of attachment is lust), when a fool cannot live without enjoyment (satisfying the need for the particular sensory feeling). As soon as there is an obstacle in the work of a fool, anger arises. From anger, agitated and indecisive mind i.e. stupidity is born, stupidity results in memory loss, memory loss results in destruction of the fool.

2.64 The Vidheyaatma (the person who controls the conscious/soul) who makes proper use of the objects of the senses (sensory emotions), free from attachment and hatred in the sensory objects, he attains the purity of the mind by being free from the impurities of subjective attachment and aversion. This is Prasad (cleanliness of the mind) and it leads to eternal happiness.

2.65 The wise person who has stable,steady mind does not leave the sensory objects/feelings, he leaves the attachment and aversion in them, so that the senses do not disturb the peace of the mind even while being engaged in the objects, the mind remains happy, the mind and senses remain under control. Whatever he does, he does with a sense of equanimity.

2.66 With an unstable,foolish conscious, the intellect of a fool is not self-oriented(soul oriented), it is subject-oriented. In the absence of self-oriented feeling (soul/conscious oriented thinking), the peace and happiness of a fool is destroyed. The base for self-oriented thinking (well being of the soul/conscious) is conscious-oriented mind, the base for conscious-oriented mind is concentration, the base for concentration is 'leaving attachment and aversion in sensory objects/emotions', base for 'leaving attachment and aversion in sensory objects/emotions' is avoiding "repetitive thinking/contemplation of sensory objects/emotions/memories".

2.67 The mind that is engaged in the sense organs wandering in objects/topics, when it gets fixated on a specific sensory object, that sense takes away the intelligence of a fool. The one who restrains the sensory topics(objects) from all sides is said to have a stable intellect.

2.69 In the time which is night for fools in the spiritual (soul/conscious oriented) world, a restrained person (restraining from sensory objects/emotions,interaction of senses with physical world) stays awake and the fool who remains alert in the acquisition and enjoyment of worldly objects, the wise sage sleeps there.

2.70 The one whose mind is situated in the soul/conscious ,who has attained Siddhavastha, it is not necessary for him to give up work. The peace of mind of one who is free from desire and fruition does not get disturbed.

2.72 A person who has attained Brahmi status(has knowledge of the base root element of everything in the universe; the photon; and behaves similar to as that of a photon), is not affected by any illusion, remains in this status even in the last moment and attains Brahmanirvana i.e. liberation(the soul(photon wavepacket) is free with photons in the universe; it does not exist as soul in any physical being).

3.4 A fool does not attain wisdom/completeness (oneness with the photon) in the form of inaction (not doing work), merely by renunciation of action without understanding it.

3.6 The fools who think of sensory topics/feelings with their mind holding back their speech, hands and feet, are called hypocrites.

3.9 One is bound due to worldly work, only work is a hindrance to liberation, but selfless/sacrificial work (work aiding natural creation processes in universe) does not bind. Yagyakarma(selfless work for steady,natural matter creation in universe) helps in the smooth running of the process of creation.

3.16 The one who does not move forward the natural creation cycle for the conception of the universe, as if he is seeking sin, that is, he lives a sinful life. Karma(work) is also necessary for a person who has attained Siddhavaastha(completeness/oneness with the soul/photon) through Sankhyamarg (theoretical knowledge), so that seeing him, others also take inspiration for selfless action and there should be no misguidance to fools. Yagya means self-surrender, the whole world is a Yagya, a living example of selfless action. This creation cycle will run smoothly on the spirit of sacrifice/selflessness, the spirit of exchange, the spirit of altruism, self-surrender, co-existence.

3.17 One who is absorbed only in the Self (soul/conscious), satisfied in the Self and contented in the Self, no work of his own remains to be done.

3.18 By action (doing work) in the world, he neither has to achieve anything , nor does he get not get anything by retirement (by not doing work), nor does he have to depend on anyone to get anything he wants.

3.19 Only the work dedicated to the soul/conscious with the spirit of Yagya (selfless work that naturally aids steady creation processes in universe) is most beneficial to the soul.

3.20 In addition to doing work with no desires, it is appropriate to do work for public well-being.

3.21 Ordinary people also behave in the same way as the best enlightened Yogi behaves.

3.24 If I, Krishna, Brahma(photon; Krishna as narrator refers to himself as all the photons in the universe, hence all energy in the universe) don't do  Karma (work; work of a photon example photons interacting to make matter,anti-matter particles), then this whole world will be destroyed due to closure of the creation cycle through which the physical world exists, so even after getting knowledge, it is necessary for the wise to do work for the welfare of the world.

3.25 A wise man desiring to work for public well-being should give up attachment to the fruits of action/work and work with the same eagerness as a fool who is attached to work.

3.26 The wise should not create the illusion of inaction (not doing work) among the fools who are busy with their actions (working for a motive/goal). The wise should be self-conscious (doing work for self and other souls' benefit in mind) and inspire others to do good deeds while performing their duties.

3.27 All the actions (work) are done by the Sat Raj Tam gunas [3 energy forms interchanging from one to another -sat (photon energy) , raj (kinetic energy) ,tam (potential energy)] of the nature, the fool who is deluded by ego considers himself to be the doer, that is, considers the soul united with the body as one, in this way, despite being basically a non-doer, the soul becomes a doer (in the mind of the fool).

3.28 The wise person (who knows the photon as the base root element of everything in the universe) who knows the soul/conscious (photon wavepacket) as non-doer (not engaging in energy exchanges; hence not doing work as done in physical world interactions), rather the sat, raj, and tam gunas associated with him are interacting with the outside world(3 energy forms interchanging from one to another -sat (photon energy) , raj (kinetic energy) ,tam (potential energy)). Knowing this the wise don't get trapped in the trap of worldly objects/interactions.

A true hero is not the one who only kills the enemies in battle, but also faces the ongoing war in the mind and achieves complete victory over attachments.

3.31 Those devotees who do not find fault with Krishna's (Krishna as narrator; referring to himself as photon; the entire energy and basis of everything in the universe) words and do their duties selflessly keeping self and others soul/conscious benefit in mind and do work that naturally aids steady creation cycle in the universe, are released by all actions, that is, the bondage of karma(work) does not bind them.

3.33 A living being behaves according to nature, it is not possible to kill the natural instincts/behaviour of the senses by obstinacy, the clever engages the natural instincts of the senses in the work of public welfare by proper restraint.

3.35 Swadharma(work according to one's own nature) is the natural field of work for any being. Paradharma(work which is not according to one's own nature), even if it can be practiced well for some time with effort,but one's self-acquired natural field of work with low qualities(as deemed by society) is better.

3.37 Lust/desire and anger arising from the raj guna(agitated unsteady mind; high kinetic energy) lead a man to sin.

3.38 Knowledge is covered/hindered by desires/lust.

3.40 The senses, the mind and the intellect are the abode or refuge of the enemy in the form of desires/lust. Restrain the senses, destroy the desires/attachments that are obstacles in the path of knowledge and science.

3.42 The senses are superior to the body, the mind is superior to the senses, intelligence is superior to the mind, the soul is superior to intelligence.

4.7 Whenever dharma is in downfall (dutiful work not being done) and unrighteousness prevails i.e. Asuras (demons/evil) prevail, then I (small set of photons in human form, as Krishna, the narrator refers to himself as the total photon set (all the energy) in the universe) take birth and reveal myself; for the protection of the sages and the destruction of the wicked and for the establishment of dharma(righteousness), I am born again and again, across all ages.

4.18 A wise yogi(yogi is a person engaged in yoga;steady,stable,calm mind working for public well being,considers all souls as equal,does not have prejudice/bias towards anything) sees inaction(does not feel bondage) in action(doing work) and action in inaction(meditating/theoretical thinking about soul/conscious and photons). A fool stubbornly leaves work (retirement) and works even though he is indolent; his mind is always engaged in sensory objects/topics and other worldly desires. A yogi becomes indolent(in mind;as he does not have any expectations for the outcome of work) by being selfless even while performing actions.

4.20 Karmayogi(yogi engaged in physical/practical work), one who is eternally satisfied leaving attachment to work and its fruits and is always completely satisfied with self-bliss ,present in himself (aware and working for welfare of soul/conscious), therefore he is independent, does not expect any external support, he remains inactive(not bound tow work) even while doing work.

4.23 Such a liberated man, free from attachments, whose mind seeks only knowledge, does his duty for the pulic welfare. All his actions(work) become inaction(do not bind him). Brahma(Photon), who has nothing to do with karma(has nothing to gain by doing work), is constantly busy in this creation/destruction cycle(photons forming matter-antimatter and matter-antimatter annihilating back to photons again), so person should perform his duties in the same way so the matter creation cycle can remain steady in the universe(as representative of photons' working). 'इदं न मम'('Idam na mam') is a saying which means "This is not mine"(abandoning attachment and selfishness), conduct of life with (devotion to photon/self-soul) is a great work.

4.25 To be situated in unison with the photon and soul through knowledge is to do noble work for society welfare(for peace and well-being of all souls) which leads to long,blissful life similar to the way in which matter created from photons in the universe exist in equilibrium for long periods of time(planets rotating stars,planets rotating along axes,stars being born/dying etc).

4.26-31 Do selfless practices(work) , devotion practice, self learning practice, restraint on senses practice, Pranayama(controlled breating) practice, Diet Regulation practice, manufacturing/industry practice.

4.34 In the basic form, the nature of the soul is the same as that of the photon(consciousness, detachment, purity).

4.38 There is nothing as purifying as knowledge. By seeking/gaining knowledge continuously(through theoretical(thinking) or practical(experimental) work), a person attains Yogasiddhi(calm,steady mind without any prejudice/bias in all situations) within himself over a period of time.

4.42 Do karma yoga (practical work) by cutting the doubt arising from ignorance with the sword of knowledge.

5.3 One who does not hate anyone, who does not have any desire, who is free from the dualities of happiness and sorrow, gain and loss, victory and defeat, attachment and hatred, he is naturally free from the bondage of karma(work).

5.8 A yogic philosopher experiences that the soul does nothing. In seeing, hearing, touching, smelling, eating, walking, sleeping, exhaling, speaking, excreting excreta, urine, taking substances with the hands, opening the eyelids, blinking, the senses/other organs are behaving as per their interactions with the outside world and brain(via processed signals). The soul is separate from all(it does not change physically,it only experiences the emotions/senses when the processed brain signals(also electromagntic waves/photons) pass through it).

5.11 Karmayogi abandons the ego-intellect 'I do the work' and works for soul-purification(pure soul is one whose mind is steady,stable,calm in all situations,is not biased towards anything,hence the soul does not experience agitations to worldly interactions and is in bliss) by being free from attachment to the body, mind, intellect and senses.

5.14 The photon does not create the actions(work) of the living beings, does not create the sense of doership (pride), nor does it have any relationship with its actions(interactions with matter/photons). The physical nature(mind,body) of the being does the work(exchange of energies rom one form to another).

5.19 Person conquers birth and death when the mind is situated in equilibrium. Equal-mindedness(no bias in joy-sorrow,win-loss,profit-loss,good-evil,other dualities) is pure and steady like photon. This state is victory over worldly objects/desires.Soul/conscious(photon wavepacket) is non-doer, all the work is of nature's energy exchanges, one who behaves according to this knowledge, he becomes Brahmastha(in unison with photon), becomes free.He gets eternal happiness.

5.29 One who does all work/penances with devotion to the supreme soul(sum total of all photons/energy in the universe, which Krishna,the narrator, refers to himself) and considers himself the friend of all living beings, he attains peace.

6.5 Everyone should try for the upliftment of his soul himself(doing selfless work for public well-being). Do not let the soul get depressed, that is, do not engage in unrighteous,immoral,sinful work.

6.6 The being who has conquered the body including the mind and senses, his soul(soul refers to living being's identity in the sense it experiences sensory feelings,emotions) is his friend, and the being who could not conquer the senses, body, engrossed in worldly objects, his soul behaves in enmity with itself like an external enemy(the being is agitated,swayed away with unruly tendencies on various sensory topics,wishful thinking,worldly desires etc).

6.7 The one who has conquered his soul and who has attained peace, that divine ,formless soul remains steady in cold-heat, happiness-sorrow, attachment-hatred, honor-insult, that is, without being disturbed, remains in equanimity. Satisfied with knowledge and science, the soul remains in a disorder-free state, attains perfection.

6.10 A Yogi should restrain the mind and soul in solitude, without any desire to attain to the worldly things, renouncing the possession of worldly things, stabilize the mind carefully.  

6.12 Yogis should restrain the activities of mind, senses on worldly objects and concentrate the mind on the soul for self-purification.

6.18 When the restrained mind is fixed in the soul, that is, there is no desire for any worldly objects, then the yogi, free from all desires/attachment, is yogyukt.

6.21 The mind restrained by the practice of yoga experiences the intelligible happiness that is beyond the senses, that is, beyond sense perception. In this state the yogi is never detached from the knowledge of the basic root element of all matter(the photon). By restraining the mind,senses and in the complete state of that control, the yogi who is in samadhi(senses are completely blocked, mind is focused only on the soul) attains pure, eternal happiness.

6.31 The one who devotes all his work to the photon, soul present in all living beings, behaves in all ways as the Supreme Soul(sum total of all photons/energy in the universe). A well-practiced Yogi keeps in mind the feelings of his soul the same for all beings, whatever is dear and unpleasant to his soul, the same is dear and unpleasant for others souls' as well.

6.40 Even a little practice of yoga(selfless work in the steady functioning of the universe,towards well-being of all souls) never goes waste, it gives freedom from all fears.

6.47 Karma(work) done with the mind surrendering(devotion) to God(the photon, Krishna as the narrator is referred to as being all the photons/energy in the universe and hence god) comes in the field of Yoga, otherwise it is only Karma(work), not Yoga. Bhajan(group of people singing songs devoted to god) is mental, it means to sing with the mind completely engrossed in the photon/soul (god).

7.5 Ashtadha Prakriti (8-fold nature) Earth, Water, Fire, Air, Sky, Mind, Intelligence, Ahamkara(ego), is the Apara Koti (Lower kind of nature of the photon), and the Atma(the soul/conscious), which bears the conscious living beings, is the the Para Koti (Upper kind of nature of the photon).

7.7 There is no one more pure,smaller than the photon. Like gems strung on a thread, the entire universe made up of the natures of photon (lower nature-worldly objects ,upper nature-photon wavepacket as soul present in beings) is pervaded by photon.The universe exists and is active(energetic) due to photons.

7.11 For the smooth operation of the universe (matter creation/destruction cycle) only, sex is an essential part of living beings' cycle only for progeny not for lust/desire fulfillment objective.

7.12 The whole world is situated in photons, photon is not situated in the world.(worldly objects/matter exist due to the photons only as it is the base root element of all,but the matter keeps on changing in different interactions as different forms of energy,hence the photon(pure energy) is not fixed in any matter/object)

7.13 Sattva Raja Tama(3 energy forms),the worldly interactions are within these energy forms.The photon(the imperishable root element of all matter and source of all energy in the universe) is beyond all these energy changes from one form to another. Energy exchanges, physical changes are nature of the senses and the body, not of the soul which is beyond them.(the soul(photon wavepacket) only experiences the sensory feelings/other emotions when the processed signals from brain(also photons as electromagnetic waves) pass through it,it remains unchanged before/after interaction)

7.14 The energy exchanges of the interactions of worldly objects/matter can be transcended with difficulty, which is impossible without knowledge of the basic root element of all, the photon. Those who leave all the worldly objects and accept the photon, they go beyond all these exhanges of energy from one form to other, they become free from the bondage of the world. Foolish miscreants with demonic feelings whose knowledge has been taken away by worldly objects(engrossed in sensory topics,dualities of nature,having agitated unstable minds), never get the knowledge of the photon, get trapped in the trap of impermanent worldly pleasures and get destroyed by failing to do any duties.

7.24 Not knowing the Supreme nature of the imperishable photon, the foolish consider the unmanifest(cannot be perceived by senses) to be manifest. The original form of photon is formless(no shape) and without any nature(without any bias in any interaction with other photons/matter), fools consider worldly energy exchanges(which they perceive by senses) to be the form of Brahma.

7.25 Combination of the 3 energy exchange forms meaning the physical world interactions formed by the combination of sattva, rajas, tamas gunas(photon energy,interaction kinetic energy,interaction potential energy) conceals the real nature of the photon. Aja,(which is not born,present since the beginning of the universe); Avyaya,(which does not perish), These are two aspects of the existence of photon.

8.3 The soul, unaffected by the nature of the body and conscience, has its own nature called adhyatam(spirituality). The whole perishable world is called adhibhoot(something that exists;being); the conscious/soul in perishable things is Adhidaiva(something that bears;bearer of the being). The nature of the soul is spirituality or the conscious element living in the body. Karma(work) for the photon is in the form of universe creation and for the being,is in the form of Yagya.(selfless work aiding in steady working of the universe)

8.9 At the time of departure(prior to death), being in a practiced yogic meditative state(mind concentrated on the photon/soul) with devotion, keeping the air intake(oxygen breathed in by pranayama practice) between the two eyebrows well(where the soul/conscious is said to be situated in the being), the one who remembers the immeasurable photon/soul, smallest root element of universe, he attains the same state as the photon,that is,the soul(photon wavepacket) does not bind to any other being and is liberated as a free energy form in the universe.

8.17 Sat, Treta, Dwapar, Kali yugas constitute Mahayuga.(4 yugas(period of time) make up 1 mega cycle in time). 1000 Mahayugas make up one day of the photon, 1000 Mahayugas make up one night of the photon. At the beginning of the day, the physical world(perceivable by senses) is created from the unmanifest (upper nature of photon;not perceivable by senses), when the night sets in, the manifest substances merge into the same unmanifest(all the physical world disintegrates to its basic root element,photons).

1 Mahayuga = 432000 years

Kalpa, 1 photon day = 1 photon night = 4 billion 32 crore years

8.20 Other than the upper nature of the photon(soul/photon wavepacket) is the eternal unmanifest photon(which is not bound to any being,remains unaffected in all photon/matter interactions,hence eternally free in the universe); that unmanifest is often called the highest attainable state.

9.4 The whole universe is pervaded by the unmanifest formless photons. Everything(including all beings) is in existence due to photons, but the photon(free from any attachment) is not situated in anyone/anything(the photon is not dependent on worldly objects). The soul(photon wavepacket) is also not present as a permanent fixed entity in the beings. The photon is free from all attachments.

9.6 The physical world is a form of the unmanifest photon energy, the qualities of the physical world(perceived by senses in the form of energy exchanges as colr,smell,taste etc) are not in that unmanifested photon, means, photon is present as the root basic element of all physical world but it has no relation with the qualities of the manifested things(if taken individually as a photon,it cannot be perceived by senses,its existence is known only by its interaction with other photons or physical matter). When a being, while living in the universe, while performing all actions(work), remains detached from actions(work), then he comes to know Rajvidya Rajguhya(precious knowledge of the photon).

9.7 At the end of Kalpa(1 photon day), all the physical matter disintegrates to photons(imperceivable by senses). They are born again(physical world comes into existence) at the beginning of the day. 

9.8 By the 3 energy exchange forms, I (Krishna as the narrator,refers himself as all photons/energy in the universe) create again and again the physical world and the beings bound by actions, who are dependent on their own physical nature. Indifferent and unattached in the creation, maintenance and destruction of the physical world, photons are not bound by their actions/work/karma.

9.17 The photon is the creator of the universe, the one who regulates the fruits of the actions of the living beings(Krishna as the narrator,and representative of all photons/energy in universe,having conscious,sets the state of a beings' soul after death,if it is liberated and assimilates with all photons in universe or it is bound in another being as soul). Photon is the knowable, the knowledge of which purifies everyone.

9.19 Photon is the truth(as free form) and illusion(as base root element of physical universe). Reason is the truth(to gain knowledge about the photon and its nature),action/work is illusion(3 forms of energy exchanges in physical world);present is the reality,past and future are unreal.

9.22 Those yogis who are selflessly devoted to the photon and fulfill their duties, the photon(Krishna,as narrator,representative of all photons/energy,) provides them with the means of sustenance. It is only the photon who takes care of the yogyukts(always engaged in yog;selfless work for steady matter creation/destruction cycle of the universe like the photon).

9.30 Even a miscreant who worships the photon(seeks knowledge of the photon and does work as the photon behaviour) with utmost devotion, then he quickly becomes a virtuous soul and attains permanent peace. A devotee of photon certainly never perishes.

10.2 Photon is the origin of all beings, wise yogis etc.

10.3 One who knows photon as unborn, eternal, Maheshwar(root element) of all physical material substances, smallest unmanifest element, that wise man is free from sin.

10.11 To show grace to the devotees of photon, photons destroy the darkness of ignorance by the shining lamp of knowledge about their soul/conscious(photon wavepacket),upper kind nature of photons. The way a man is drawn towards complete enlightenment by acting(working) as a Karmayogi(selfless practical physical work in devotion to the photon), the same situation/enlightenment is also achieved by constant remembrance and meditation(theoretical thinking work) of the supreme form of root element,the photon.

10.41 A very small percentage of all photons/energy in universe only makes up the physical world,the rest are in their pure energy free form.

11.7 Seeing the universal form of photon in the body means - 'yat pinde-tat brahmande' meaning what is in the body is in the universe and what is in the universe is in the body.

11.17 Indestructible photons are the ultimate knowable elements, ultimate support of the universe,and the protector of the eternal path of righteousness(in the form of pure soul in a being). Photons constitute the eternal soul(photon wavepacket),bearer of all beings.

11.19 Photon has no beginning, no middle, no end. Photons run the matter creation/destruction cycles in the universe with their energy.

11.32 Photon eventually is the destroyer of the physical worlds in time. Photons' will is resolute; that everything(matter creation/destruction in energy exchange form) will happen according to time. The living being world(beings with conscious/soul) exist just for the sake of it(to serve the purpose of steady running cycles in universe;living beings are a medium for it(photons' work)). In fact, beings who do not work so as to maintain smooth functioning of universe; die due to their such actions(the soul experiences depressed emotions,unfulfilling life and the soul(photon wavepacket) is bound to a physical body with lower acumen,capabilities post death as per the state of the soul(photon wavepacket) during death period).

11.55 One who works for photon, considering photon as the Supreme element and the ultimate object of attainment, doing devotional service, free from attachment, free from enmity towards all beings, attains liberation from physical world and becomes one with the free pure energy form of photons. With infinite faith in the photon, while seeing it with a pure mind, with a pure mind, while performing the destined actions as a duty, lead a life with a feeling of unity with the formless photon.

12.2 The perfect yogi worships, remembers and meditates with utmost devotion having mind fixed on photon, which is a combination of Nirguna(no physical properties like those of worldly objects like color,smell,taste) and Saguna(having property like conscious/energy in the form of electric,magnetic fields). He sees photon in everyone and in his vision everything, manifest and unmanifest, is photons. In the state of completeness, the yogi meets photon in every moment, action(work) and whole being(all experiences/emotions in the soul/conscious are for the oneness with photon).

12.5 The actions(work done in devotion to god) of the worshipers of the manifested,physical form of God(in the form of deities,idols,images,human form) are not troublesome. Because the worshipers of the physical form get support, it is easy to concentrate on it.Those who insist on worshiping the unmanifest formless photon have to practice a lot in restraining their mind and senses. A steady attitude of mind about unmanifest form of god,the basic root element of universe,photon worship is attained by hard practice.

13.1 Mind, intellect, ego, senses, physical body form,make up the field of the soul; the soul is the knower of the field(soul/conscious/photon wavepacket experiences sensory feelings,emotions in beings).

13.5 Panchamahabhoota meaning five subtle forms(earth,water,air,fire,sky), ego, intelligence, unmanifest nature, ten senses (5 karma(action), 5 knowledge), mind, objects of sense organs (sound, touch, form, taste, smell); desire, hatred, pleasure-sorrow, the union of body , consciousness including physical inspiration expiration of life sustaining oxygen as breath, dhriti(patience) meaning by which distraught body and senses etc. are held together,determination by which excited senses and body do not get tired of working.All these including disorders make up the 'field' of a being.

13.10 A wise yogi is one having unwavering devotion to photon, being situated in a secluded place, dislike being in crowded places engrossed in worldly matters; seeking constantly knowledge about the photon and soul.

13.12 Photon is eternal. It is neither true(in the form of worldly physical objects) nor false(in its pure formless energy free state).

13.14 Photon is not perceivable by the senses, nirguna(without form,smell,taste etc). By nature it is different from all worldly objects, yet it is Sarvabhrit (Sustainer of all); It is the illuminator of all properties of objects(the physical interaction of senses with outside world result in electromagnetic signals(photon wavepackets) after processing in brain neuron cells which generate sensory feeling and other emotions when passing through the beings' soul(photon wavepacket)). The soul(photon wavepacket) experiences numerous emotions/dualities as pain-pleasure,sorrow-joy,etc in an ignorant foolish being engrossed in worldly matters.In an enlightened wise person,the soul/conscious remains pure,calm,steady in all situations as the mind has knowledge of basic root element of all is the photon and physical world interactions are merely energy exchanges from one form to other.

13.16 Photon is the creator, maintainer and destroyer of all beings.

13.20 Nature of the physical body(DNA as inherited from birth) is the cause of the natural actions and senses engaging in sensory topics of a being. The soul/conscious is the one experiencing the feelings/emotions example happiness and sorrow.

13.24 The physical world energy exchanges/interactions/changes are merely momentary experiences for the soul(photon wavepacket), which one can think of as an onlooker of the worldly matter energy exchanges.

13.29 The wise know that all actions are done by nature of physical world by energy exchanges and that the soul/conscious is a non-doer. Only the properties of nature are interacting amongst themselves as energy exchange from one form to other.

Soul/conscious is non-doer(not doing any work/energy exchange as in physical world interactions), is indifferent but when fools associate emotions with various sensory topics or memories, the repeated feelings experienced by the soul/conscious creates an illusionary feeling of doership. When ignorance is destroyed, the physical world interactions are understood and their desire is left, the dance of nature(energy exchanges) stops in the mind of the being and soul attains pure,unaffected,blissful state. This is liberation, liberation means liberation of the soul from illusory actions.

14.3 'Mahad Brahma' This state of a photon is the key for creation and functioning of the universe. As a conscious being comes in existence from a womb in vagina, Brahma (photon) connects the unconscious objects(just physical objects without any properties for energy exchanges ,that is, incapable of experiencing any forces) ,with its conscious form(electric and magnetic fields), due to which the universe is born from the energy exchanges generated in space due to forces acting on matter and further birth/death of matter/beings is possible.

14.4 Conscious in beings born also come into existence similar from how the universe is made up from 'Mahad Brahma' state(matter with mass but without any properties to be acted upon by forces that can create changes;energy exchanges) as the conscious/soul made up of photon wavepacket joins with the physical body made up of mind,senses.

14.5 Originating from the root base element of all matter(photons), Sattva, Raj, Tama-these energy exchanges that take place in the body(manifest in the form of physical interactions), bind the imperishable ,pure soul in the body.

14.6 Sattva nature in a being(seeking knowledge of the photon;root element of all matter and pure energy) is illuminating and without imperfections because of its purity. It binds the living being through attachment to happiness and knowledge towards the photon.

14.7 The Rajas nature in a being(acting/working to fulfill materialistic desires) is of strong desires, it arises out of attachment to worldly desires. It binds the living being through the tendency to act(do work for the sake of fulfilling desires).

14.8 The Tamas nature in a being(state of ignorance,foolishness) arises from ignorance. It binds the creature with carelessness, laziness, sleep, wishful thinking.

14.16 The result of sattvic action is pure, the result of rajasic action is sorrow and the result of tamasic action is ignorance.

14.19 When a wise equanimous person knows that there is no other doer than the energy exchanges in nature, recognizes the self conscious/soul , beyond the 3 forms of energy exchanges, he attains the pure blissful state same as that of the photon..

14.22 The one who doesn't hate when he gets negative outcome of sattva, raj and tama energy exchanges from his work,  and doesn't aspire for more in positive outcomes, he is liberated from the cycle of energy exchanges in physical world and attains a transcendental state.

15.1 From the beginning of time, the photon is the root of the upside down tree-like world. Matter comprised of photons are the branches spreading downwards in the form of physical matter and vices. Being perishable, it is similare to physical world tree(matter being destroyed as broken branches) but it is also eternal as it is a cycle in perpetual motion(endless matter creation/destruction cycle).

15.2 Various branches of the tree spread below and above, which grow from the energy exchanges of sattva, rajas and tamas, the buds /branches arise more in the case of attachment towards sensory physical objects and these branches of attachment and several emotions that bind a being according to karma(actions/work) in the physical world are spread below like a worldly net.

15.3 These perishable branches, existing in the form of attachments, bondage of karma(work), should be cut down with the powerful weapon of non-attachment and search for the place in the tree(the origin, the base element ,that is, photon) from where there is no return again, it should be resolved that origin of the universe,pure energy ,photons, is the god and all beings,matter are in its refuge.

15.10 The soul is not known by the ignorant fools, but is experienced by the learned wise yogis, at the time of renouncing the body(during death).

16.4 Dambha (showing off in other form / false pretense), Darpa (pride of wealth etc.), Atimaan (estimating more than real ability), anger, harsh speech, ignorance - these are the qualities in wicked,foolish human beings.

16.5 Divine character is considered to be liberating, wicked evil character is considered binding.

16.7 Wicked fools do not know proper karmayog(work) or renunciation. They do not know what to do and what not to do. There is no truthfulness, no pure behavior, no devotional observance of good deeds, no observance of noble rules, no following of a righteous path.

16.8 The basic aim of the Asura(wicked fool) who enjoys the world's baseless pride, remains only male-female-conjugation and maximum fulfillment of his desires. Human qualities are replaced by animal qualities.

16.12 The impetuous asuras(wicked fools), bound by hundreds of desires, try unjustly to accumulate a great deal of wealth for the enjoyment of lust.

16.15 "I am a well-to-do noble, I will impress others by religious work, I will earn fame by giving charity", thus the unholy asuras(wicked fools), deluded by ignorance, deluded by many worldly desires and thoughts, immersed in sensual pleasures, fall into hell.

16.18 Such inauspicious, hateful, lowly peoples' souls/conscious is repeatedly born in asura bodies /other animal forms in an endless cycle.

17.8 Foods that increase age, sattvic attitude, strength, health, happiness, love, mixed with juicy, aliphatic, juices etc ,assimilate easily in the body and remain stable for a long time, give happiness to the mind, are dear to beings with sattvic nature.

17.24 'Om tatsat'which means showing devotion to the photon and that "photon is the only truth", charity austerities,work should begin with the utterance of this word 'Omkar'. "Om" signifies the photon.

17.25 "Tat" signifies  photons,pure energy making up our universe ,everything is of the photon,hence photon signifies god.

17.26 "Sat" is used to denote the existence of a thing and that here is the photon,meaning photon is the only truth,rest all physical world are made up of photons only and the interactions are all energy exchanging from one form to other.

Om Tat sat |

18.2 The abandonment of Karma(work) for fulfillment of desires is called "Sannyas"(doing work like eating,drinking only for sustenance of life) and the renunciation of the fruits(result) of all the actions/work is called "Tyaga".

18.4 Yagya(selfless work for public well-being), charity, austerity should not be abandoned, these help in keeping a pure,calm mind.

18.7 Renunciation of one's duties under the sway of delusion(daydreaming,wishful thinking) is 'Tamas renunciation'. Hearing from someone that the fruits/result of one's actions/work keeps the soul bound to the body, if someone stops working with the body but continues to work with the mind(keeps thinking about worldly objects,desires), then it is a renunciation of 'Tamas'(ignorant,foolish being).

18.10 When good, bad or sensory objects/topics are present in front of a "Tyaagi"(person who has renounced result/fruits of all work), he does not feel malice or anger, and on the other hand, when he does good deeds spontaneously, he does not have the feeling of attachment or recurrence for that work.

According to conscious/non-conscious classification; body, senses, mind, intellect are physical(separate from soul/conscious) and birth-death, hunger-desire, grief-attachment are their behaviour(physical changes occur in them through energy exchanges),and not the soul/conscious who just illuminates these emotions(as feelings when brain processed signals pass throught he conscious,the soul/conscious remains same pre and post interaction). The person who does not have attachment to auspicious events and does not hate inauspicious, he is well educated about the base root element (photon) and considered cultured. A wise yogi is free from doubt, only incomplete knowledge of basis root elements and the interactions of the physical worldly objects creates doubt, not otherwise.

18.17 One who does not have the thinking of 'I do'(the physical being is doing some work in the sense 'creating some new energy',because all physical world interactions are energy changes from one form to other) and whose intelligence is free from attachment is not bound by any kind of action/work. Wise,calm,equanimous yogi cannot even think of harming anyone; He does everything with equanimity, the intellect is free from disorders.

18.27 A being with "rajas" nature who works for and has strong desires for the fruits/result of action/work is greedy, violent, impure, maddened by joy in success and grief in failure.

18.28 Inattentive, careless, unenthusiastic, fickle minded, devoid of education, twisted, ignorant, sly, vindictive, lazy, displeased, procrastinating means delaying a lot in short-term doable work is a "tamasic" nature being.

18.37 The satisfaction of knowledge, detachment, meditation, which initially appears to be poison due to being unpracticed, unaccustomed and unexplored, gradually becomes nectar-like(pure,blissful,satisfying) when the practice increases, and after rigorous practice, the happiness that comes from the purity of the introspective intellect is eternal bliss. 

18.38 The pleasure derived from the combination of worldly objects and sensory topics, which in the beginning is like nectar(temporary bliss), but in the end is painful like poison resulting in ailments afflicting the mind and body, is "rajas" pleasure.

18.39 From the beginning and till the end of the period when being is bound to attachments/desires by wishful thinking/daydreaming, sleep, laziness, carelessness, which is called "tamas" pleasure.

True/eternal happiness is subjective(knowing the soul/conscious), cannot be obtained from sensory interactions with material objects. "Satvik" happiness is transcendental and can be experienced only through the intellect. Intellect is the only element that can understand the threefold energy exchanges in nature and the pure energy form of Brahma(photon) is also understood through it.

18.46 Brahma(photon) is worshipped by one's actions(work) as per being's nature and not by offering leaves and flowers to deities and ringing bells. Selflessly doing one's duty and offering it to the universe(sum total of all energy present in universe or all photons in universe) leads to ultimate satisfaction/fulfillment.

 18.47 Doing dutiful work as per one's own nature, which maybe possessing fewer qualities(lowly as deemed by society), is much better in comparison to doing work not as per one's own nature even if done with perfection by extreme practice.

18.62 One who takes refuge in photon with his all (heart, mind, soul, etc.), by photons' grace, he will attain supreme peace and eternal abode.

A being should have his mind, heart, soul, body to be immersed towards God(all energy in the form of photons in universe). To be filled with God's knowledge, God's love, God's resolve, to become God-like. One has to become one with God(photon) from within as well as from outside. This is the all-round complete yoga of Gita, complete knowledge yoga, complete devotional yoga, complete karma(work) yoga. The perfect state of complete yoga is - Bhagwat life(life in unity with the photon).

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