योऽयं योगस्त्वया प्रोक्तः साम्येन मधुसूदन।
एतस्याहं न पश्यामि चञ्चलत्वात् स्थितिं स्थिराम्।।6.33।।
।।6.33।।अर्जुन बोले हे मधुसूदन आपने समतापूर्वक जो यह योग कहा है मनकी चञ्चलताके कारण मैं इस योगकी स्थिर स्थिति नहीं देखता हूँ।
6.33 O Madhusudana, ayam, this; yogah, Yoga; yah proktah, that has been spoken of; tvaya, by You; samyena, as sameness; na pasyami, I do not see, I cannot conceive;-what?-etasya, its; sthiram, steady, undisturbed; sthitim, continuance; cancalatvat, owing to the unsteadiness of the mind, which is well known.
6.33 See Comment under 6.34
6.33 Arjuna said This Yoga as explained by you consists in maintaining eality of vision everywhere, viz., i) among themselves which have been so far known to be of different kinds such as gods and men, and ii) between the individual selves and the Supreme, in so far as (a) all the selves are of the same form of knowledge, and (b) in so far as the individual self (i.e., the released soul) and the Supreme are alike free from Karma. I do not see how this Yoga can be steadily established in my mind, fickle as the mind is.
Yo’yam yogastwayaa proktah saamyena madhusoodana; Etasyaaham na pashyaami chanchalatwaat sthitim sthiraam.
arjunaḥ uvācha—Arjun said; yaḥ—which; ayam—this; yogaḥ—system of Yog; tvayā—by you; proktaḥ—described; sāmyena—by equanimity; madhu-sūdana—Shree Krishna, the killer of the demon named Madhu; etasya—of this; aham—I; na—do not; paśhyāmi—see; chañchalatvāt—due to restlessness; sthitim—situation; sthirām—steady