Samkhya Karika 45, Vairagya & Aisvarya Bhava Remove Cause & Obstacles Samkhya Karika 45 text: Vairagyat prakritilayah samsaro bhavati rajasat ragat I Aiswaryat avighatah viparyayat tad viparyasah II Vairgyat – through vairagya Prakritlayah – absorption into prakriti Samsaro – transmigration from one birth to another Bhavati – takes place, happens Rajasat – because of rajas …
Samkhya Karika 44 elaborates on the Bhavas of Dharma and Jnana. It explains the consequences of adhering to or neglecting these attributes on one’s spiritual progress.
Samkhya Karika 43 explains the nature of bhavas and the place they reside within a being. Understand their nature helps one know the direction one should begin working on Keeping the mind in positive mode.
Samkhya karika 42 explains how subtle body behaves like an actor and plays different roles by manifesting as gross body. Prakriti binds Purushas, and also helps free it from itself.
Samkhya Karika 41 talks about how the subtle body is like a easel supporting Buddhi like a painting kept on it. It is the substratum on which the inner sense organs exist and function.
Samkhya karika 40 describes the nature of Subtle body, its composition, and the fact that it transmigrate to other gross bodies as it never perishes un till it is finally dissolved.
Samkhya Karika 39 talks about the evolution of the biological being the humans. For this it categorizes matter into three classes instead of two, Subtle and gross elements along with the animate part of matter.
Samkhya karika 38 talks about the subtle and gross nature of Tanmatras and Mahabhutas respectively. The qualities of gross elements are also discussed.
Samkhay karika 37 explains that Buddhi is the principal sense organ. It creates and reflects experience on to Purusha and can Identify Prakrit from Purusha as a distinct entities.
Samkhya Karika 36 compares all the indriyas collectively with a lamp and Buddhi as its light. This light is the collective experience for Purusha.