Karma Samnyasa Yoga
A yogi who eats no food
A yogi of controlled mind.
A person who is unable to control the senses
A person who is always awake
The person is able to fulfill all desires.
The person attempts to satisfy all sense needs.
It rests in the self alone and is free from longing and all desires.
When the person is able to go without food for 2 days
He who is able to follow rituals and fasting
He who partakes in satsangs
He who attains Deeksha and wears the robe of a Sanyasi
He who sees self abiding in all creatures and all creatures in Self.
By fasting and through prayers
By practice and dispassion
By keeping vigil at night for 108 days
By fulfilling all the desires of the mind
They end up taking birth as animals.
Thy are again born in the home of pure and wise yogis
They end up in hell.
They are born in poor families.
Little by little make mind abide in self
Should act fast by sitting for hours in meditation.
Should remove all those things from home that distract the mind.
Should withdraw to a cave in the Himalayas.
To remain working
To show equanimity in profit and loss
To keep nirjala (without water) fasting
To remain in solitude
True – because for him stone is better
False – because for him stone and gold are the same
Those that is dried after removing paddy or rice
Kusha or Durva Grass
True – Arjuna thinks mind is fickle, turbulent, violent and obstinate and it is difficult to control – attempting to control it is like controlling the wind.
False – Arjuna thinks it is easy to control mind through self control, brahmacharya and through meditation.