उत्क्रामन्तं स्थितं वापि भुञ्जानं वा गुणान्वितम्।
विमूढा नानुपश्यन्ति पश्यन्ति ज्ञानचक्षुषः।।15.10।।
।।15.10।।शरीरको छोड़कर जाते हुए या दूसरे शरीरमें स्थित हुए अथवा विषयोंको भोगते हुए भी गुणोंसे युक्त जीवात्माके स्वरूपको मूढ़ मनुष्य नहीं जानते? ज्ञानरूपी नेत्रोंवाले ज्ञानी मनुष्य ही जानते हैं।
15.10 Thus, the embodied soul, utkarmantam, when it is leaving the body-the body that was assumed earlier; or sthitam, while residing in the (present) body; or bhunjanam, experiencing sound etc.; or guna-anvitam, in association with, i.e. identified with, the alities called happiness, sorrow and delusion-even when, under such conditions, this one comes very much within the range of cognition; vimudhah, the persons who are diversely deluded as a result of their hearts being forcibly attracted by the enjoyments of seen and unseen objects; na, do not; anu-pasyanti, see. And the Lord regrets this saying, Alas! How sorrowful this is! Those others, again, jnana-caksusah, who have the eye of knowledge, [Jnana-caksuh means the scriptures supported by reasoning, which are the means of knowledge.] who have the insight of under-standing which has arisen from the valid means of knowledge, i.e., those having a clear vision; pasyanti, see this one.
15.10 See Comment under 15.11
15.10 The deluded do not perceive the Atman (self) as a form of knowledge separate from Its human and other configurations which are particular transformations of Prakrti, with which the self is conjoined when It is in embodied condition, experiencing the objects of the senses. The self also departs from the body when the body dies and assumes another body. The deluded or those who misconceive the body as the self do not understand all this. However, those who possess the eye of knowledge, i.e., have the knowledge concerning the difference between the body and the self, perceive the self as having a form different from the body in all conditions.
Utkraamantam sthitam vaapi bhunjaanam vaa gunaanvitam; Vimoodhaa naanupashyanti pashyanti jnaanachakshushah.
utkrāmantam—departing; sthitam—residing; vā api—or even; bhuñjānam—enjoys; vā—or; guṇa-anvitam—under the spell of the modes of material nature; vimūḍhāḥ—the ignorant; na—not; anupaśhyanti—percieve; paśhyanti—behold; jñāna-chakṣhuṣhaḥ—those who possess the eyes of knowledge