Bhagavad Gita Chapter 3, Shlok 43

evaṁ buddheḥ paraṁ buddhvā sanstabhyātmānam ātmanā
jahi śhatruṁ mahā-bāho kāma-rūpaṁ durāsadam

 Thus knowing the soul to be superior to the material intellect, O mighty armed Arjun, subdue the self (senses, mind, and intellect) by the self (strength of the soul), and kill this formidable enemy called lust.

Word by Word Meaning:

evam - thus
buddheḥ - than the intellect
param - superior
buddhvā - knowing
sanstabhya - subdue
ātmānam - the lower self (senses, mind, and intellect)
ātmanā - by higher self (soul)
jahi - kill
śhatrum - the enemy
mahā-bāho - mighty-armed one
kāma-rūpam - in the form of desire
durāsadam - formidable


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