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The second chapter is called Sankhya yoga but actually
it deals entirely with Vedanta. The eternal nature of
the atman and the ephemeral mature of the body is
revealed to Arjuna. "The atman is eternal, immortal,
never born and therefor can never die. It is pure
consciousness and pure existence. That which is
existent can never cease to exist. This is one of the
laws of physics - energy can never be destroyed. it
can only change its form. One body falls and the
jivatman flits to another body through which it can
best fulfill its destiny. Visit: www.vanamaliashram.org


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