what is Stitpragya?

what is Stitpragya?
what is Stitpragya?

Referenced from : hindi webduniya 

(Characteristics of a man of steady mind and his glory)

Arjun Uvach
The language of the position is samadhisthasya keshava.
Sthapadhi: Ki Prabhashate Kimasit Vrajet Kim.

Meaning: Arjuna said- O Keshav! What is the characteristic of a man of stable intellect attained by God in Samadhi? How does that man speak, sit and walk? 54॥

Shri Bhagwanuvacha
Prajahati yaada kaamam sarvanpartha mangataan .
Atmayevatmana Tushtah Sthapragyastadochyate.

Meaning: Shri Bhagwan said- O Arjuna! In the period when this man gives up all the desires in the mind and remains satisfied with the soul in the soul, in that period he is called sthaparajya. 55॥
Dukheshvanudvignamah Sukheshu Pastasprih.
VitraagabhayakrodhaH Sthadhirmuniruchyate

Meaning: A person who does not have excitement in the mind when suffering is attained, who is completely selfless in the attainment of happiness and whose anger, fear and anger have been destroyed, such a muni is called stable intellect. 56॥
Yah sarvatranabhisnehastattprupaya shubhashubham ।
Nabhinandati na hathitti tasya pradnya pratishtha.
Meaning: A man who is without affection everywhere is neither happy nor hates by receiving that good or inauspicious thing, his intellect is stable. 57॥
Yada sanharte chaiM kurmomganieva sarvashah .
Indrayanindriyarthebhyastasya pradnya pratishthaa
Meaning: And just as a turtle covers its limbs from all sides, so when this man removes the senses from the subjects of the senses in all ways, then his intellect is stable (it should be understood). 58॥
The subject is the subject.
Rasavarjam Rasopyasya Param Drishtva Nivartete.
Meaning: Even a man who does not accept the subjects through the senses only retires from the subjects, but the attachment to them does not retire. Even the attachment of this knowledgeable man retires by experiencing God. 59॥
Yatto, if you are a man, then.
Indrayani Pramathini Haranti Prasabham Manah
Meaning: O Arjuna! Due to the absence of attachment, these strong senses also strengthen the mind of an intelligent man while trying hard. 60॥
All are in a state of control.
Vashe hi yasyendraiyaani tasya pradnya pratishthaa।
Meaning: Therefore, the seeker should control all those senses and sit in meditation with a mind contained in Me, because the intellect of the man whose senses are under control becomes stable. 61॥
The subject matter is being studied.
Saagatsanjayate Kamah KamatkrodhoAbhijayate

Meaning: A person who thinks about matters becomes attached to those subjects, attachment creates desire for those subjects and anger arises due to disturbance in desire. 62॥

Anger is the essence of the universe.
Smritibhashad Buddhinasho Buddhinashatpranasyati
Meaning: Anger leads to a very stupid emotion, a foolish emotion leads to confusion in memory, confusion in memory destroys the intellect, that is, the power of knowledge, and due to the destruction of intelligence, this man falls from his position. 63॥
Anger is the subject of anger.
Atmavasyairvidyatma Prasadamadhigachati
Meaning: But a seeker with a heart under his control, wanders through the senses without anger and hatred, and attains the happiness of the heart. 64॥
All the offerings are harmful.
Prasannachetaso Ishu Buddhih Paryavatishhte

Meaning: When there is happiness in the heart, all its sorrows are lacking, and the intellect of that happy karmayogi soon becomes well established in one God. 65॥

There is no sense of intelligence.
Na chabhavayata shantirshantasya kuta sukham.
Meaning: A man with a non-living mind and senses does not have definite intelligence and there is no emotion in the heart of that unsuspecting man, and a man without emotion does not get peace and how can a man without peace get happiness? 66॥
The senses are the same.
Tadasya Harati Pragyam Vayurnavamivambhasi
Meaning: Because just as the wind defeats a boat moving in water, so the senses with which the mind lives out of the senses circulating in matters, that single sense defeats the intellect of this unworthy man. 67॥
Tasmadyasya Mahabaho Nigrahitaani Sarvashah .
Indrayanindriyarthebhyastasya pradnya pratishthaa

Meaning: That's why! The man whose senses are controlled in all ways in the matters of the senses, his intellect is stable. 68॥

Yasya Jagrati Bhutani Sa Nisha Pashyato Muneh
Meaning: For all beings, which is like night, the enlightened yogi, who is in the form of eternal knowledge, awakens, and for the muni who knows the essence of God, it is like night. 69॥
Samudramapah Pravishanti Yadvat.
Tadwatkamayam Pravishanti Sarva
Sa Shantimapnoti Na Kamakami.
Meaning: Just as the waters of various rivers merge with the sea of perfect, immovable prestige without distracting it, similarly, the man who is in a state of bliss without causing any kind of disorder, attains ultimate peace, not the seeker of pleasures. 70॥
Vihaya Kamanyah Sarvanpumanshchariti Nispruhah ।
Nirmamo Nirhankarah Sa Shantimadhigachhati

Meaning: A man who gives up all desires and wanders without affection, ego and spontaneity, attains peace, that is, he attains peace. 71॥

Esha Brahmi Position: Parth Naina prapaya vimuhyati.
Sthivasyamantakalepi Brahmanirvanamrichati
Meaning: O Arjuna! This is the condition of a man who has attained Brahman, the yogi is never fascinated by receiving it, and even in the end, he attains Brahmananda by being in this Brahmi state. 72॥
Om Tatsaditi ShrimadBhagavadgitasupanishatsu Brahmavidyayam Yogashastrae
Shrikrishnarjunsamvade Sankhyayogo Naam Dwitiyaadhyayah 2॥

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