Bhagavad Gita Chapter 18 Verse 54

Gita 18.54

ब्रह्मभूतः, प्रसन्नात्मा, न, शोचति, न, काङ्क्षति,
समः, सर्वेषु, भूतेषु, मद्भक्तिम्, लभते, पराम्।।54।।


Gita 18.54

BrahmbhootH, prsannaatma, na, shochti, na, kaankshti,
SamH, sarveshu, bhooteshu, mad’bhaktim’, labhte, paraam’ ||54||

Translation: (BrahmbhootH) one who has become worthy of attaining God (prsannaatma) a yogi with cheerful mind (na) neither (shochti) grieves (na) nor (kaankshti) desires (sarveshu) all (bhooteshu) towards living beings (samH) equanimity of mind (paraam’, mad’bhaktim’) my kind of supreme scripture-based bhakti (labhte) attains. (54)

Translation: One who has become worthy of attaining God, a yogi with cheerful mind, neither grieves nor desires. With equanimity of mind towards all the living beings, he attains my kind of supreme scripture-based bhakti.

Gita 18.54 Meaning: The meaning of this Bhagavad Gita Verse 54 is that by the first Brahm Gayatri Mantra given to a worshipper, all the chakras open up i.e. Kundalini Shakti is awakened. That worshipper becomes worthy of attaining God. That worthy person is given Om’ mantra of supreme bhakti of Brahm-Kaal. Om’+Tat’ together form Satyanaam of two words. The path of complete salvation begins from this. Therefore it is mentioned in this Bhagavad Gita Chapter 18 Verse 54.