Bhagavad-Gita As It Is. Chapter 6 Text 41-45 Fate of unsuccessful Yogi. Text 41-42. präpya puëya-kåtäà lokän uñitvä çäçvatéù samäù çucénäà çrématäà gehe yoga-bhrañöo ’bhijäyate atha vä yoginäm eva kule bhavati dhématäm etad dhi durlabhataraà loke janma yad édåçam
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Bhagavad-Gita As It Is
Fate of unsuccessful Yogi.
präpya puëya-kåtäà lokän uñitvä çäçvatéù samäù
çucénäà çrématäà gehe yoga-bhrañöo ’bhijäyate
atha vä yoginäm eva kule bhavati dhématäm
etad dhi durlabhataraà loke janma yad édåçam
The unsuccessful yogé, after many, many years of enjoyment on the planets of the pious living entities, is born into a family of righteous people, or into a family of rich aristocracy. Or [if unsuccessful after long practice of yoga] he takes his birth in a family of transcenden-talists who are surely great in wisdom. Certainly, such a birth is rare in this world.
tatra taà buddhi-saàyogaà
yatate ca tato bhüyaù
hriyate hy avaço ’pi saù
jijïäsur api yogasya
prayatnäd yatamänas tu
tato yäti paräà gatim
On taking such a birth, he revives the divine consciousness of his previous life, and he again tries to make further progress in order to achieve complete success, O son of Kuru. By virtue of the divine consciousness of his previous life, he automatically becomes attracted to the yogic principles—even without seeking them. Such an inquisitive transcendentalist stands always above the ritualistic principles of the scriptures. And when the yogé engages himself with sincere endeavor in making further progress, being washed of all contaminations, then ultimately, achieving perfection after many, many births of practice, he attains the supreme goal.