Sri Chinmoy writes: This second chapter throws considerable light on samkhya (knowledge) and yoga (action). Samkhya and yoga are never at daggers drawn. OneMessage 1 of 1 , Apr 9, 2003View SourceSri Chinmoy writes:
"This second chapter throws considerable light on samkhya (knowledge) and yoga (action). Samkhya and yoga are never at daggers drawn. One is detached meditative knowledge, and the other is dedicated and selfless action. They have the self-same goal.They just follow two different paths to arrive at the goal.
Sense-life is not to be discontinued. Sense-life is to be lived in the Divine for the Divine. It is the inner withdrawal, not the outer withdrawal, that is imperative. The animal in man has to surrender to the Divine in man for its total transformation. The life of animal pleasure must lose its living and burning breath in the all-fulfilling life of divine bliss."
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