Whiteberg: Bhagavad Gita: The science of Self Realisation: Self Control

Chapter 6:

Dhyana yoga: self control (the science of self realisation)

Astanga-yoga, a mechanical meditative practice, controls the mind and senses and focuses concentration on Paramatma (the Supersoul, the form of the Lord situated in the heart). This practice culminates in samadhi, full consciousness of the Supreme.

Whiteberg: Bhagavad Gita: Self Control: Lyrics:

"Changeless he remains unmoved by pain constant in pleasure practising measure

 Not Moving too much Gentle of touch Eating too little Bones week and brittle

 He failed in Yoga Reborn in clover wealthy and pure know now for sure

Though thoughts remain We're not to blame riches and fame He shall attain.

 Steadfast in cold And steadfast in heat He feels no pain As flames lick round his feet

 Unmoved by pleasure Cannot be hurt Feeling nothing He crawls in the dirt

 Steadfast in honour Firm in disgrace He has no problem Accepting his place

 Unmoved by humour Unmoved by scorn It makes no difference Surpassing it all

 he is estemed has no posessions a firm seat still the body"

Copyright and Phonograph Copyright owned by
Whiteberg/Superimposition Records/Laconic Productions 2003
composed, arranged and performed by
Emmanuel Whiteberg, Ronald Gurdjieff, Pablo Ouspenski, Philip Marinetti and Maitland White
produced by Emmanuel Whiteberg and Mark White
recorded at st.edith's marsh, mixed at tanis studios wiltshire
post production and digital mastering by Matthew Marinetti at replies/devilebunnaye

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