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The Ultimate

The Bhagavad Gita1
can ultimately (and rightly) be read as a
consideration of the spiritual intuition whereby we may pass
from the sixth into the seventh stage of life (or from the
practices and experiences of the first six stages of life to
the ecstatic disposition or Way represented by the seventh
stage of life). The Bhagavad Gita is a book about how the
body-mind and the atomic soul (the “Atman” or Self of the
body-mind) may be transcended via ecstatic surrender into
the Infinite Divine Soul (the “Paramatman”, or Self of the
total Cosmos of beings and worlds).

Thus, “Arjuna” ultimately represents the atomic soul at
the level of Self-Realization, or the, mood wherein the
being desires undisturbed repose in itself, to the exclusion
of the Play of Man in the Realm of Nature. “Krishna”
represents the Divine Soul or Transcendental Being, wherein
both the Realm of Nature, including the body-mind of Man,
and the Atman, the Self or atomic individual soul, are

Therefore, Krishna first describes to Arjuna (for the
sake of the reader, who is presumed to represent any
possible level of soulevolution, up to the sixth stage, or
inner Self-Realization) the various processes of
self-transcending discipline that ultimately permit perfect
discrimination between the inner Self (which is the
Transcendental Essence of individual existence) and all
phenomenal conditions of the body-mind. Then, at last,
Krishna reveals the Secret of the Liberation even of the
inner Self in the Universal Divine Self.

Arjuna, representing the stage of inner Self-Realization,
is shown to be in doubt, even despair, and tormented by the
“problem” that world-consciousness (or psycho-physical
awareness in the Realm of Nature) presents to the soul that
desires to rest in itself. He represents the inherent
dilemma of the sixth stage of life. Krishna explains the
entire philosophy and practice that leads up to the superior
and yet not Liberated state of Arjuna. But Arjuna’s doubt or
dilemma is dissolved only when he is distracted from himself
(or the world-excluding mood of inward Self-Realization) by
the Revelation of That which transcends the Atman. Only when
the inner Self (or the soul exclusive of psycho-physical
conditions and objects) is Awakened to the Revelation of its
own Divine Source (which is also the ultimate Source of all
psycho-physical-conditions and objects-or the Realm of
Nature) is it Liberated into Happiness.

Therefore, Krishna, the Divine Person or Transcendental
Being, Reveals that the ultimate inward Self is not the
Truth-nor is that Realization equal to ultimate Liberation
and Happiness. The soul itself (or the inner Self Itself)
must surrender totally to the Remembrance of the Being which
is not merely within Man but within which Man and the entire
Realm of Nature are arising. The Truth is not the being
within the body-mind but the Being in which both the inner
being and the total world of experience inhere.

The Instruction of the Divine Person is that Happiness is
not to be found in exclusive devotion to one’s own deepest
being for its own sake. Rather, Happiness is found in
ecstatic surrender of the deep being and all its
psycho-physical expressions to the Transcendental, Infinite,
Radiant, All-Pervading Divine Person. It is the constant
presumption of utter relationship to the Divine Being (to
the point of inherence) that Krishna prescribes as the
ultimate Way of Life. And that Way of Life, it is promised,
not only permits transcendence of the limitations of the
body-mind (and the conditions of this world) while we are
yet alive, but it permits the soul (once it has matured to
the degree of Perfectly Transfigured Ecstasy) to pass out of
this world (even the entire conditional Realm of Nature, or
the “material universe”) at death, and thence to pass into
the deathless and Divine Realm of Eternal Life or Eternal
Inherence in the Divine Bliss.

Krishna’s ultimate Instruction is: “Remember Me. Yield
your attention to Me through love in every moment, and serve
Me in love as all beings, through every kind of harmonious,
and, right activity, under all conditions.” This is the
ultimate Teaching of the Perfect Adept. It is given by
Krishna in the Bhagavad Gita, by Jesus in the New Testament,
and under many other Names in the Holy Books of all
religious tradition’s that are rooted in the Work of

Adepts or true Spiritual Masters. Such Instruction
implies constant adherence to ecstatic or self-transcending
disciplines of action and attention until all limitations
are Outshined by the Unqualified Bliss of the Radiant

The Ultimate Instruction and Revelation given through
Divine Adepts is a Way of Ecstatic Happiness, whereby the
“school” of this world may be gracefully accomplished and a
Perfect Destiny generated through right esoteric sacrifice,
or love. That Instruction also includes ordinary or exoteric
grades of demand, including physical and ‘moral disciplines
as well as emotional, mental, and higher psychic stages of
development. But the highest grade of this Instruction is a
purely esoteric or Transcendental Revelation, which is
finally understood only in the Event of Self-Realization (or
the profound Realization of the sixth stage of life).

The inward or central Self of the body, the senses, the
emotions, the mind, and the higher psyche must be perfectly
Realized, and then even that deep Self must surrender into
the Universal Self of the total Cosmos of beings, things,
and processes. Such a Way of Life is not the same as the
popular exoteric religious idea of the need for the creature
to depend on the Creator, for such dependency is not an
inherently ecstatic or self-transcending practice. (The
conventional dependence of the creature on the Creator
involves unenlightened identification of the creature-being
with the conditions of the body-mind and similar
identification of the CreatorBeing Being with the phenomenal
Realm of Nature, whereas both the inner Self and the Divine
Self are always in a Condition of Transcendental
Equilibrium, even under the apparent conditions of
experience in the Realm of Nature. And there is no Freedom
for Man in Nature unless the inner Self is Awakened from its
presumed bondage to the bodymind and also from its illusions
of independence from the Universal Transcendental Divine
Being.) Therefore, the “creature” must transcend both the
body-mind and the universe (or the total Realm of Nature).
And such transcendence or Ecstasy is Realized only through
Love-Communion with the Universal Divine Person, the Living
One, the Divine Master, the Source of all, Who is in all,
transcending all, living and breathing and loving all, and
eternally Free. The Way of Life so considered involves
growth to maturity in the sixth stage of life and perfect
Transfiguration in the seventh stage of life.


1. The Bhagavad Gita
(literally, “Divine Song”) is one of-the most revered
Scriptures of the Hindus, and a religious text of universal
appeal and profound esoteric significance. Vyasa (Krishna
Draipayana) is traditionally presumed to be the author, and
it was written perhaps as early as the 5th century B.C..
(but with its roots in the oral tradition of even more
ancient days). Most scholars agree that it may have been
revised and expanded considerably over the years.

The Gita is a portion of rife great
ancient epic and spiritual allegory, the Mahabharata which
is the story of a great fratricidal struggle between two
royal families in northern India some 4,000 years ago. It is
the purported dialogue between the God-Man Krishna and his
devotee Arjuna, Commander-in-Chief of the army of the
Pandavas, for whom Krishna serves as Charioteer. Arjuna,
faced with the prospect of having to kill friends and
cousins in an imminent battle, wishes to shirk his duty as a
warrior. Krishna refuses to allow him such self-indulgence.
He engages Arjuna in a Teaching conversation that continues
for seven hundred verses and presents a philosophical
summation of the Nature of God as the Supreme Self, a
critical exposition of the many ways of esoteric spiritual
practice, and a declaration of the supremacy of the Way of
devotional Communion with the Supreme Divine Person in the
Form of the living Divine Master-in this case, Krishna
himself. His entire spiritual Teaching to Arjuna is
summarized in his instruction for the forthcoming battle:
“Remember Me, and fight.”


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