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Srimad Bhagavad Gita
The Hidden Treasure of the Sweet Absolute.

But the fruit obtained by those provincially interested worshipers of the various demigods is temporary. They reach their respective gods, but My devotees obtain Me.
7:23 | Relative and Absolute Conceptions of the Supreme : Jnana-vijnana-yoga

Strict celibates offers their senses of hearing, touching, seeing, tasting, and smelling into the sacrificial fire of mental control. Householders engaged in their natural duties (svadharma) offer for sacrifice the sense objects of sound, touch, form, ta
4:26 | The Path of Divine Knowledge : Jnana-yoga

The Supreme Lord said: I shall now again describe to you that supreme wisdom, knowing which all the sages attained the supreme perfection beyond this mundane plane.
14:1 | The Three Modes of Material Nature : Gunatraya-vibhaga-yoga

The Supreme Lord said: O Arjuna, why has such illusion overcome you at this critical moment? This is unbefitting a noble man (Aryan). It is an obstacle to the attainment of heaven, and a destroyer of good name and fame.
2:2 | The Constitution of the Soul : Sankhya-yoga

So who can doubt that the pure devotee brahmanas and ksatriyas will achieve that supreme goal? Therefore, surely engage in My devotional service, since you have attained this temporary and miserable human body after wandering throughout many births.
9:33 | The Hidden Treasure : Raja-guhya-yoga

The Supreme Lord said: Both renunciation of action and the path of selfless action are greatly beneficial. Yet, of the two, you will have to understand that the application of selfless action is superior.
5:2 | The Path of Divine Harmony : Karma-sannyasa-yoga

Of the Yadavas I am Vasudeva, of the Pandavas I am Arjuna, of the sages, I am Vyasadeva, and of the scholarly knowers of the scriptures I am Sukracarya.
10:37 | The Great Treasure : Vibhuti-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

O Lord of all mystic power, I implore Thee, please exhibit Your almighty, imperishable form, if You think that I shall be able to behold it.
11:4 | The Vision of the Universal Form : Visva-rupa-darsana-yoga

Our army, headed by Bhisma, is inadequate, whereas the army of the Pandavas, protected by Bhima, is competent.
1:10 | Observing the Armies : Sainya-darsana

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