Bhagavad Gita Soul Quotes
2:12 Certainly Never was there a time when I did not exist, or you didn't exist or these kings did not. Nor will thee be any time in the future when we shall not exist.
2:13 Just as the embodied soul passes through Childhood, youth and old age; similarly the soul attains another body at the time of death, wise are not deluded by this.
2:17 Know that as imperishable which pervades everything. No one can bring about annihilation of this indestructible spirit.
2:18 Only the material body is perishable, the embodied soul is indestructible, immeasurable; with that knowledge fight O Arjuna.
2:19 He who thinks self as the slayer or he who thinks self can be slain- neither of them know the truth. Self does not kill, nor can it be killed.
2:20 The self is never born, nor does it ever die, nor having come into existence will it ever cease to be. Self is unborn, eternal, ever-existing, primeval. It is not slain when the body is killed.
2:21 O Arjuna, how can he who knows self to be indestructible, eternal, unborn, inexhaustible think that the self can slay another? whom does it slay?
2:22 Just as a person casts away the old and worn-out clothes and dons new ones, so the embodied soul forsakes the old body, enter the new ones.
2:24 The self is impenetrable, incombustible, it can not be dampened or dried. The self is immutable, all-pervading, immovable, eternally the same
2:25 The self is said to be unmanifested, imponderable, unchangeable. Knowing this to be so, you should not grieve.
2:26 Even if you consider the self to be constantly born & dead, still you should not grieve O Arjuna
2:29 Some behold the self as wonderful, some describe it as marvelous and some others hear of it as amazing, while others even on hearing all about the self do not understand it at all.
2:30 O scion of Bharata(Arjuna), the indwelling self is eternal and can never be slain. Therefore grieve not for any creature.
2:45 Rise above the three attributes of material nature. Freed from the pairs of opposites, without the thought of gaining and keeping, ever remaining calm, be established in the self.