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Bhagavad Gita Chapter 10 Verse 7

भगवद् गीता अध्याय 10 श्लोक 7

एतां विभूतिं योगं च मम यो वेत्ति तत्त्वतः।
सोऽविकम्पेन योगेन युज्यते नात्र संशयः।।10.7।।

English Translation - Swami Gambirananda

10.7 One who knows truly this majesty and yoga of Mine, he becomes imbued with unwavering Yoga. There is no doubt about this.

English Translation - Swami Sivananda

10.7 He who in truth knows these manifold manifestations of My Being and (this) Yoga-power of Mine becomes established in the unshakable Yoga; there is no doubt about it.

English Translation - Dr. S. Sankaranarayan

10.7. He, who knows correctly this extensively manifesting power and the Yogic power of Mine-he is endowed with the unwavering Yoga. There is no doubt about it.

English Commentary - Swami Sivananda

10.7 एताम् this? विभूतिम् (manifold) manifestation of My Being? Commentary Knowledge of the glory of the Lord is really conducive to Yoga. He who knows in essence the immanent pervading power of the Lord by which He causes the manifestations? and His diverse manifestations (Vibhutis)? unites with Him in firm unalterable Yoga and attains eternal bliss and perfect harmony. From the ant to the Creator there is nothing except the Lord. He who knows in reality this extensive manifestation of the Lord and His Yoga (Yoga here stands for what is born of Yoga? viz.? infinite Yogic powers as well as omniscience)? is endowed with firm unwavering Yoga. He lives in the Eternal and is endowed with the highest knowledge of the Self. He who has realised this Truth is free from the superiority and inferiority complexes. There i real awakening of wisdom in him. He will behold the Lord in all beings and all beings in the Lord. He will never hate any creature on this earth. This is a rare living cosmic experience. The Yogi realises that the Lord and His manifestations are one. He attains the supreme goal and is absorbed in Him through his wholehearted devotion. He is perfectly aware of his oneness with the Supreme by My divine Yoga.He can keep his balance of mind now in whatever environments and circumstances he is placed and can do any action without losing his consciousness of oneness or identity with the Supreme Self. (Cf.VII.25IX.5XI.8)What is that unshaken Yoga with which they are endowedThe answer follows.

English Translation of Sanskrit Commentary By Sri Shankaracharya's

10.7 Yah, one who; vetti, knows; tattvatah, truly, i.e. just as it is; etam, this, aforesaid; vibhutim. majesty, (divine) manifestations; [Omnipresence.] and yogam, yoga, action, My own ability to achieve [Gods omnipotence. (Gods power of accomplishing the impossible.-M.S.)]-or, the capacity for mystic powers, the omniscience resulting from yoga (meditation), is called yoga; sah, he; yujyate, becomes imbued with; avikampena, unwavering; yogena, Yoga, consisting in steadfastness in perfect knowledge. [After realizing the personal God, he attains the transcendental Reality; the earlier knowledge leads to the latter.] There is no samsayah, doubt; atra, about this. With what kind of unwavering Yoga does he become endued? This is being answered:

English Translation of Commentary - Dr. S. Sankaranarayan

10.7 See Comment under 10.11

English Translation of Ramanuja's Sanskrit Commentary

10.7 Supernal manifestation is the glory (Vibhuti) of the Lord. He who in truth knows this supernal manifestation that all origination, sustentation and activity depend on Me, and also that Yoga of Mine which is in the form of auspicious attributes antagonistic to all that is evil - such a person becomes united with the Yoga or Bhakti of an unshakable nature. Of this, there is no doubt. The meaning is: You yourself will see that the knowledge concerning the supernal manifestation and auspicious attributes of Mine will increase devotion. Sri Krsna now shows that the growth of devotion is of the form of the development of knowledge of His supreme state.

Commentary - Chakravarthi Ji

But according to my own statement bhaktyaham ekaya grahyah: I am obtained only by pure bhakti. (SB 11.14.21) Only my ananya bhakta, receiving firm faith in my words by my mercy, knows the truth about me. That is stated in this verse. He who knows the vibhutis of which I am speaking in summary and bhakti yoga (etam vibhutim yogam ca); who then becomes endowed with even stronger faith, thinking “This alone is the highest truth (tattvatah), because my master Krishna has said so,” becomes endowed with unwavering (avikalpena) bhakti yoga in the form of knowledge of my true nature (yogena). There is no doubt about this.

Rudra Vaishnava Sampradaya - Commentary

The result of actual knowledge about the glory, majesty and power of the Supreme Lord Krishna that has been expounded as well as rendering bhakti or loving devotion to Him is that one attains undeviating realization of His supreme absolute position and all that is related to it. There is no doubt about this.

Brahma Vaishnava Sampradaya - Commentary

The method by which ones aspirations are made available is known as equanimity. The equanimity of the Supreme Lord is also known as sakti or power. A special manifestation of this sakti is called vibhuti or supernatural opulence. To attain this yogam or the science of the individual consciousness attaining communion with the ultimate consciousness of the Supreme Lord is also a manifestation of vibhuti.

Shri Vaishnava Sampradaya - Commentary

The word vibhuti means transcendental potencies of majestic opulence such as displayed in all of the phenomenal activities manifest in creation, preservation and sustenance and all of the wondrous workings of unlimited universes. The word yogam or the science of the individual consciousness attaining communion with the ultimate consciousness denotes the consensus of all glorious attributes with the exemption of all that is evil and unrighteous. Whosoever comprehensively understands the preceding and realises the Supreme Lord Krishna through these two components of His character being vibhuti and yoga will succeed in acquiring unwavering and rapt bhakti or exclusive loving devotion. This means that the knowledge of respecting and honouring His vibhuti and yoga by observing, pondering and reflecting how they manifest and operate as phenomenal material activities and divine attributes will assist and facilitate the awakening of bhakti and this can be practically experienced by all who think of Lord Krishna in this way. Next will be explained how the development of bhakti is a direct result of knowledge of Lord Krishnas vibhuti.

Kumara Vaishnava Sampradaya - Commentary

The word vibhuti means transcendental potencies of majestic opulence such as displayed in all of the phenomenal activities manifest in creation, preservation and sustenance and all of the wondrous workings of unlimited universes. The word yogam or the science of the individual consciousness attaining communion with the ultimate consciousness denotes the consensus of all glorious attributes with the exemption of all that is evil and unrighteous. Whosoever comprehensively understands the preceding and realises the Supreme Lord Krishna through these two components of His character being vibhuti and yoga will succeed in acquiring unwavering and rapt bhakti or exclusive loving devotion. This means that the knowledge of respecting and honouring His vibhuti and yoga by observing, pondering and reflecting how they manifest and operate as phenomenal material activities and divine attributes will assist and facilitate the awakening of bhakti and this can be practically experienced by all who think of Lord Krishna in this way. Next will be explained how the development of bhakti is a direct result of knowledge of Lord Krishnas vibhuti.

Transliteration Bhagavad Gita 10.7

Etaam vibhootim yogam cha mama yo vetti tattwatah; So’vikampena yogena yujyate naatra samshayah.

Word Meanings Bhagavad Gita 10.7

etām—these; vibhūtim—glories; yogam—divine powers; cha—and; mama—my; yaḥ—those who; vetti—know; tattvataḥ—in truth; saḥ—they; avikalpena—unwavering; yogena—in bhakti yog; yujyate—becomes united; na—never; atra—here; sanśhayaḥ—doubt