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Srimad Bhagavad Gita
The Hidden Treasure of the Sweet Absolute.

O descendant of the Kuru dynasty, intelligence engaged in exclusive devotion unto Me is one-pointed and firmly situated in Me, since I am its only goal. But the intelligence of those who avoid exclusive devotion to Me is splayed and characterized by endl
2:41 | The Constitution of the Soul : Sankhya-yoga

I am the dice-throwing of mutual cheaters, and influence of the influential. I am victory for the victorious, perseverance of the enterprising, and the strength of the mighty.
10:36 | The Great Treasure : Vibhuti-yoga

The great devotees who attain to the status of participating in My divine pastimes, once having reached Me, never again accept a transitory birth which is the dwelling-house of agony.
8:15 | The Path of Absolute Freedom : Taraka-brahma-yoga

The Supreme Lord said: Previously, I imparted to Surya this changeless path of knowledge, which is achieved by selfless action. Surya, the presiding deity of the sun, delivered it to his son Vaivasvata Manu, exactly as he had heard it from Me. Thereafter
4:1 | The Path of Divine Knowledge : Jnana-yoga

O Lord of the universe! O universal form! In all directions I see Your unlimited body of many arms, bellies, eyes and faces yet I cannot catch a glimpse of Your beginning, middle, or end.
11:16 | The Vision of the Universal Form : Visva-rupa-darsana-yoga

A worker of the nature of passion is said to be one obsessed, a fruit-hunter, greedy, violent, engaged in unscriptural or abominable practices, and dominated by elation and lamentation.
18:27 | The Supreme Goal of Divine Freedom : Moksa-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

That which is described as the 'unmanifest invincible' is proclaimed the supreme goal (by the scriptures known as Vedanta), and having reached that, one does not return again to this material world. You should know that supreme destination to be My holy
8:21 | The Path of Absolute Freedom : Taraka-brahma-yoga

Observe 8.
13:11 | The Predominated and the Predominator : Prakrti-purusa-viveka-yoga

Observe 6.
12:7 | The Path of Devotion : Bhakti-yoga

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