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Srimad Bhagavad Gita
The Hidden Treasure of the Sweet Absolute.

O Bharata, surrender unto Him in all respects. By His grace you will attain the supreme peace and the eternal abode.
18:62 | The Supreme Goal of Divine Freedom : Moksa-yoga

O Arjuna, since the Supersoul is by nature beginningless, transcendental, and eternally perfect, although He is situated in the body (along with the soul), He neither performs any action nor does He become implicated by the nature of the sphere of action
13:32 | The Predominated and the Predominator : Prakrti-purusa-viveka-yoga

O son of Kunti, all pleasures that arise from the contact of the senses with their objects are the sole cause of distress, and they are subject to creation and destruction they are all temporary. A judicious person is never fond of such pleasures.
5:22 | The Path of Divine Harmony : Karma-sannyasa-yoga

That fundamental principle of the sphere of action and its knower has been variously described in many, many ways by the Rsis, the different Vedic aphorisms, as well as the aphorisms of the Vedanta-sutra scripture, which is replete with sound logic and i
13:5 | The Predominated and the Predominator : Prakrti-purusa-viveka-yoga

Knowledge is of two types prakrta, mundane, and aprakrta, divine. Mundane knowledge is concerned with material nature, and is only the nescience of the living beings, whereas divine knowledge is genuine science. For persons whose divine knowledge has awa
5:16 | The Path of Divine Harmony : Karma-sannyasa-yoga

The monist yogis (headed by the Patanjala school) who aspire to attain to the state of withdrawal of the soul from sense objects (pratyagatma), offer all the senses and their functions of hearing, seeing, etc., as well as all ten vital life-currents and
4:27 | The Path of Divine Knowledge : Jnana-yoga

O Bharata, the soul dwelling within the bodies of all living beings is eternal and cannot be slain. Therefore, you should not lament for anybody.
2:30 | The Constitution of the Soul : Sankhya-yoga

Observe 8.
13:10 | The Predominated and the Predominator : Prakrti-purusa-viveka-yoga

O Dhananjaya, and if you cannot establish your mind in Me with firm faith, then try to reach Me by the repeated practice of remembering Me.
12:9 | The Path of Devotion : Bhakti-yoga

Know this knowledge as the supreme wisdom and the supreme hidden treasure. It is perfectly pure, and although beyond the purview of sense perception, it is the object of direct perception (by those senses which are eagerly disposed towards devotional ser
9:2 | The Hidden Treasure : Raja-guhya-yoga

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