Bhagvan Yogeshwar Shri Krishna says in Sreemadh Bhagvad Gita
A True Yogi according to Sreemad Bhagvad Gita
kurvann api na lipyate
Sreenad Bhagvad Gita 5.7
One who works in devotion, who is a pure soul, and who controls his mind and senses, is dear to everyone, and everyone is dear to him. Though always working, such a man is never entangled.
naiva kincit karomiti
yukto manyeta tattva-vit
pasyan srnvan sprsan jighrann
asnan gacchan svapan svasan
pralapan visrjan grhnann
unmisan nimisann api
vartanta iti dharayan Gita 8-9
A person in the divine consciousness, although engaged in seeing, hearing, touching, smelling, eating, moving about, sleeping and breathing, always knows within himself that he actually does nothing at all. Because while speaking, evacuating, receiving, opening or closing his eyes, he always knows that only the material senses are engaged with their objects and that he is aloof from them.
brahmany adhaya karmani
sangam tyaktva karoti yah
lipyate na sa papena
padma-patram ivambhasa Gita 10
One who performs his duty without attachment, surrendering the results unto the Supreme God, is not affected by sinful action, as the lotus leaf is untouched by water.
kayena manasa buddhya
kevalair indriyair api
yoginah karma kurvanti
sangam tyaktvatma-suddhaye Gita 11
The yogis, abandoning attachment, act with body, mind, intelligence, and even with the senses, only for the purpose of purification.
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Guru Paduka Panchakam
Guru Paduka Panchakam
[The pentad praising sandals of Guru]
By Adi Shankara Bhagawat Pada
Jagajjanisthe ma layalayabhyam,
Aganya punyodhaya bhavithabhyam,
Thrayee sirojatha nivedithabhyam,
Namo nama Shri Guru padukabhyam. 1
Visishta sampathiha vivardhanabhyam,
Nama janasesha visesham dhabhyam,
Namo nama Shri Guru padukabhyam. 2
Samastha dustharka kalanka banga,
Panodhana prouda jalashayabhyam,
Namo nama Shri Guru padukabhyam. 3
Aapanna samrakshana deekshithabhyam,
Namo nama Shri Guru padukabhyam. 4
Yatho giro aaprapya diya samastha,
Hriya nivrutha samameva nithya,
Namo nama Shri Guru padukabhyam. 5
Ye paduka panchakamadarena ,
Padanthi nithyam prayatha prabhathe,
Thesham gruhe nithya nivasa sheela,
Sri desikendrasya kadaksha Lakshmi. 6
Salutations and salutations to the sandal of the Guru, which is the cause creation, upkeep and destruction of all the worlds, which can be attained only through limitless amount of good deeds And which is being talked about the Veda -nthas.1
Salutations and salutations to the sandal of the Guru,which is the sun,which dispels the darkness of dangers, Which increases more and more invaluable wealth,And which blesses attainments on people who worship it.2
Salutations and salutations to the sandal of the Guru,which is the water in the lake that washes and cleans,The stained knowledge created by false arguments,Which is not dependent on any other thing,And which is depended upon by every other thing.3
Salutations and salutations to the sandal of the Guru,which provides shade which is very cool To those burnt by the three types of sufferings. And which has assumed protection of those affected, By dangers as its primary duty.4
Salutations and salutations to the sandal of the Guru,which makes all knowledge retreat with shame, When it tries to logically describe its greatness,And which is being praised by Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva.5
Source of all sadgunas,Sheela will live in their houses. And the Goddess of wealth will grace it with her glanceIn the houses of those who read this pentad on sandals, Daily morning with devotion.
[These five verses was sung by the Bhagawat Pada when he went first to meet his Guru Sree Govinda Bhagawat Pada on the banks of Narmada. He has also written another stotra called Guru Paduka stotram.]
Guru Paduka stotram
Anantha samsara samudhra thara naukayithabhyam guru bhakthithabhyam,
Vairagya samrajyadha poojanabhyam, namo nama sri guru padukhabyam., 1
Salutations and Salutations to the sandals of my Guru,Which is a boat, which helps me,cross the endless ocean of life,Which endows me, with the sense of devotion to my Guru,And by worship of which, I attain the dominion of renunciation
Kavithva varasini sagarabhyam, dourbhagya davambudha malikabhyam,
Dhoorikrutha namra vipathithabhyam,, namo nama sri guru padukhabyam. 2
Salutations and Salutations to the sandals of my Guru,Which is the ocean of knowledge, resembling the full moon,Which is the water, which puts out the fire of misfortunes,And which removes distresses of those who prostrate before it.
Natha yayo sripatitam samiyu kadachidapyasu daridra varya,
Mookascha vachaspathitham hi thabhyam,namo nama sri guru padukhabyam.3
Salutations and Salutations to the sandals of my Guru,Which make those who prostrate before it,Possessors of great wealth, even if they are very poor,,And which makes even dumb people in to great orators.
Naleeka neekasa pada hrithabhyam, nana vimohadhi nivarikabyam,
Nama janabheeshtathathi pradhabhyam namo nama sri guru padukhabyam. 4
Salutations and Salutations to the sandals of my Guru,Which attracts us, to lotus like feet of our Guru,Which cures us, of the unwanted desires,And which helps fulfill the desires of those who salute.
Nrupali mouleebraja rathna kanthi sariddha raja jjashakanyakabhyam,
Nrupadvadhabhyam nathaloka pankhthe, namo nama sri guru padukhabyam.5
Salutations and Salutations to the sandals of my Guru,Which shine like gems on the crown of a king,Which shine like a maid in the crocodile infested stream,And which make the devotees attain the status of a king.
Papandhakara arka paramparabhyam, thapathryaheendra khageswarabhyam,
Jadyadhi samsoshana vadaveebhyam namo nama sri guru padukhabyam. 6
Salutations and Salutations to the sandals of my Guru,Which is like a series of Suns, driving away the dark sins,Which is like the king of eagles, driving away the cobra of miseries,
And which is like a terrific fire drying away the ocean of ignorance.
Shamadhi shatka pradha vaibhavabhyam, Samadhi dhana vratha deeksithabhyam,
Ramadhavadeegra sthirha bhakthidabhyam, namo nama sri guru padukhabyam7
Salutations and Salutations to the sandals of my Guru,Which endows us, with the glorious six qualities like sham,Which gives the students ,the ability to go in to eternal trance,
And which helps to get perennial devotion to the feet of Vishnu.
Swarchaparana makhileshtathabhyam, swaha sahayaksha durndarabhyam,
Swanthachad bhava pradha poojanabhyam, namo nama sri guru padukhabyam. 8
Salutations and Salutations to the sandals of my Guru,Which bestows all desires of the serving disciples,Who are ever involved in carrying the burden of service And which helps the aspirants to the state of realization.
Kaamadhi sarpa vraja garudabhyam, viveka vairagya nidhi pradhabhyam,
Bhodha pradhabhyam drutha mokshathabhyam, namo nama sri guru padukhabyam. 9
Salutations and Salutations to the sandals of my Guru,Which is the Garuda,which drives awaythe serpent of passion,Which provides one, with the treasure of wisdom and renunciation,Which blesses one,with enlightened knowledge,And blesses the aspirant with speedy salvation.
The essence of Bharata lies in Her culture of Self-realization. ParamAtman is not seen as something apart, but as our very essence, the one True Self that resides in the heart of us all. Raising ourselves from ordinary individuals to the heights of Supreme Consciousness is only possible with the guidance of one who is already in that transcendent state. Such a one is called a Satguru, a True Yogi, as in one who has gained mastery over the mind, one who is beyond the mind.
From ancient times up to the present day, an unbroken succession of Self-realized Saints have taken birth in the Land of Saints Bharata to lead seekers of Truth to the ultimate reality.
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