Mysticism in Bhaghvad Gita
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The Gìtà appeals by the presentation of all the phases of mystic life in its concreteness and shows clearly how in every turn, life dwells in its habitual plane and yet soars into the expanse. The end of mysticism is not only to give a glimpse of truth, but also to effect a transformation of the individual to make him a fit vehicle for the transmission of divine life.
The Gìtà aims at the realization of this concrete divine life in every finite being. He must be moved by the oscillations of the cosmic life. The direct aim is to break through the sense of limitations and to open the floodgate of divine life and energy to the fit, enabling them to shape the world-process to cosmic ends. It, therefore, allows the greatest activity with the least bondage to the demands of the personal self and as such establishes that mystic calm which is necessary to the realization of the still higher life and consciousness.
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