Srimad Bhagavad Gita
The Hidden Treasure of the Sweet Absolute.
The Lord said: O Partha, hear from Me how, with your heart devoted to Me, the Supreme Lord, abandoning all non-devotional pursuits based on action and knowledge, taking refuge in Me and gradually achieving My association, you will doubtlessly be able to
7:1 | Relative and Absolute Conceptions of the Supreme : Jnana-vijnana-yoga
Disregarding the purity or impurity of time, place, and circumstances, those great souls are constantly absorbed in singing or narrating the glories of My holy name, form, qualities, pastimes, and paraphernalia. They are attentive to the irrevocable and
9:14 | The Hidden Treasure : Raja-guhya-yoga
O universal form! Seeing Your sky-touching, glowing form of myriad colors, of gaping mouth and gigantic glaring eyes, my heart is overwhelmed with fear and I cannot in any way remain composed or calm.
11:24 | The Vision of the Universal Form : Visva-rupa-darsana-yoga
Moreover, O Partha, all these actions are to be performed as a matter of duty, abandoning attachment and fruitive desire. Know this to be My irrevocable, perfect, supreme conclusion.
18:6 | The Supreme Goal of Divine Freedom : Moksa-yoga
The Supreme Lord said: O Arjuna, the chance to see Me as you are now seeing Me before you, is very, very rarely attained. Even the gods constantly aspire for a glimpse of this humanlike form of truth, consciousness, and beauty.
11:52 | The Vision of the Universal Form : Visva-rupa-darsana-yoga
And, O best of warriors, even if you think that the soul is perpetually subject to birth and death, you still have no reason to lament. For one who is born, death is certain, and for one who dies, he must be reborn to undergo the reactions of his past ac
2:26 | The Constitution of the Soul : Sankhya-yoga
By the agency of My potency of illusory material nature, I repeatedly create all life-forms according to the nature they acquire, which is determined by the results of their fruitive actions and aspirations of ancient bygone ages.
9:8 | The Hidden Treasure : Raja-guhya-yoga
O Partha, those lascivious and ignorant persons who have no knowledge that the chief purpose of the Vedas is the attainment of the Supreme Truth, are always concerned with interpretations of its indirect, trivial aspects. They say "There is nothing worth
2:42 | The Constitution of the Soul : Sankhya-yoga
The naturally fickle and unsteady mind should be carefully withdrawn from whatever objects it pursues, and brought back under the control of the self.
6:26 | The Path of Meditation : Dhyana-yoga
Without beginning, middle, and end, unlimitedly powerful and possessing countless arms, with eyes like the sun and moon, and a countenance like blazing fire I see You searing the universe by Your intense radiance.
11:19 | The Vision of the Universal Form : Visva-rupa-darsana-yoga
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