What is the concept of 'Yogabhrashta' in Gita? || Acharya Prashant, on Bhagavad Gita

October 3, 2020 | Acharya Prashant

If you say that you have Śraddhā, then honesty demands that you have Saṃyama also.

Saṃyama means—remaining stable in your Śraddhā. Saṃyama means being honest about your Śraddhā—that is Devotion.

What kind of devotion is it that cannot absorb you completely? Lack of Saṃyama means—you are not fully absorbed; you are half in and half out.

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Acharya Prashant is an emerging champion of socio-spiritual awakening in the world today. An alumnus of IIT-Delhi and IIM-Ahmedabad, and a former Civil Services officer, Acharya Prashant is an acclaimed Speaker, Vedanta Teacher and author of over 50 books. Apart from that he wears various hats: a veganism promoter, an environmental activist, a science activist, a campaigner against superstition, and a champion of essential human freedom. Know More