Bhagavad Gita Chapter 05, Text 07

BG 05 07-14 - A C Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada - New York 1966-08-27.mp3 7.2 MB
BG 05 07 - Baladeva Prabhu - ISKCON Chowpatty 2009-06-01.mp3 5.9 MB
BG 05 07 - Chaitanya Charan Prabhu - Inner purity ensures outer action without reaction.mp3 11.9 MB
BG 05 07 - Gopal Krishna Goswami - Delhi Hindi.mp3 9.6 MB
BG 05 07 - Jayadvaita Swami - Joberg 2010-10-11.mp3 17.2 MB
BG 05 07 - Niranjana Swami - Moscow 1993-10-31.mp3 14.6 MB
BG 05 07 - Niranjana Swami - Ukraine 2012-06-10.mp3 89.4 MB
BG 05 07 - Radhanath Swami - Mumbai 1993-06-13.mp3 6.4 MB
BG 05 07 - Radhe Shyam Prabhu.mp3 13.1 MB
BG 05 07 - Revati Raman Prabhu - ISKCON Tirupati 2010-05-02.mp3 9.6 MB
BG 05 07 - Sankarsana Prabhu - Bruges Belgium 2008-09-28.mp3 17.7 MB
BG 05 07 - Sankarsana Prabhu - Denver Colorado 2005-01-18.mp3 31.0 MB
BG 05 07 - Sankarsana Prabhu - Estonia 2009-09-19.mp3 20.1 MB
BG 05 07 - Sankarsana Prabhu - Latvia 2009-04-21.mp3 29.3 MB
BG 05 07 - Sankarsana Prabhu - Melbourne Australia 2008-06-10.mp3 24.7 MB
BG 05 07 - Sankarsana Prabhu - Taveuni Fiji 2007-01-15.mp3 10.3 MB
BG 05 07 - Sankarshan Prabhu - Estonia 2013-11-08 Estonian Translation.mp3 20.8 MB
BG 05 07 - Satya Gopinath Prabhu - ISKCON Tirupati 2009-04-20.mp3 11.0 MB
BG 05 07 - Satya Gopinath Prabhu - ISKCON Tirupati 2010-05-31 Telugu.mp3 17.5 MB
BG 05 07 - Sukhadev Swami - Telugu Translation.MP3 22.0 MB
BG 05 07 - Tribanga Pr - ISKCON Radhadesh 2012-04-05.mp3 10.5 MB
BG 05 07 - Vedavyasa Priya Swami.mp3 24.4 MB
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Bg 5.7

yoga-yukto visuddhatma
vijitatma jitendriyah
sarva-bhutatma-bhutatma
kurvann api na lipyate

Word for word: 
yoga-yuktah — engaged in devotional service; visuddha-atma — a purified soul; vijita-atma — self-controlled; jita-indriyah — having conquered the senses; sarva-bhuta — to all living entities; atma-bhuta-atma — compassionate; kurvan api — although engaged in work; na — never; lipyate — is entangled.

Translation by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada:
One who works in devotion, who is a pure soul, and who controls his mind and senses is dear to everyone, and everyone is dear to him. Though always working, such a man is never entangled.

Purport by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada:
One who is on the path of liberation by Krishna consciousness is very dear to every living being, and every living being is dear to him. This is due to his Krishna consciousness. Such a person cannot think of any living being as separate from Krishna, just as the leaves and branches of a tree are not separate from the tree. He knows very well that by pouring water on the root of the tree, the water will be distributed to all the leaves and branches, or by supplying food to the stomach, the energy is automatically distributed throughout the body. Because one who works in Krishna consciousness is servant to all, he is very dear to everyone. And because everyone is satisfied by his work, he is pure in consciousness. Because he is pure in consciousness, his mind is completely controlled. And because his mind is controlled, his senses are also controlled. Because his mind is always fixed on Krishna, there is no chance of his being deviated from Krishna. Nor is there a chance that he will engage his senses in matters other than the service of the Lord. He does not like to hear anything except topics relating to Krishna; he does not like to eat anything which is not offered to Krishna; and he does not wish to go anywhere if Krishna is not involved. Therefore, his senses are controlled. A man of controlled senses cannot be offensive to anyone. One may ask, “Why then was Arjuna offensive (in battle) to others? Wasn’t he in Krishna consciousness?” Arjuna was only superficially offensive because (as has already been explained in the Second Chapter) all the assembled persons on the battlefield would continue to live individually, as the soul cannot be slain. So, spiritually, no one was killed on the Battlefield of Kuruksetra. Only their dresses were changed by the order of Krishna, who was personally present. Therefore Arjuna, while fighting on the Battlefield of Kuruksetra, was not really fighting at all; he was simply carrying out the orders of Krishna in full Krishna consciousness. Such a person is never entangled in the reactions of work.