Attachment

  • abandoned and overcome by sages, 133, 142, 190, 243, 283, 821
  • action without, 183, 282, 787-788, 798-799
  • as symptom of passion, 675, 801-802
  • cause of bondage, 133
  • defined, 142
  • equanimity as freedom from, 499
  • freedom from as requisite for love, 229-230
  • of Arjuna for material things, 56-57
  • of demons to sense enjoyment, 739-740
  • of impersonalists analyzed, 230
  • one without attachment fixed in knowledge, 143
  • overcome by devotion to Kṛṣṇa, 184, 231
  • overcome by regulations, 151
  • severe penance performed out of, 757-758
  • to activities by ignorant, 190, 194-195
  • to family on basis of skin disease, 80
  • to inaction not advised, 132-133
  • to Kṛṣṇa by hearing, 345
  • to Kṛṣṇa divided in three stages, 450
  • to Kṛṣṇa the same as detachment from matter, 277
  • to Kṛṣṇa via love, 605-606
  • to material world to be severed, 694, 698, 701
  • to sense objects, 149, 698

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