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Srimad Bhagavad Gita
The Hidden Treasure of the Sweet Absolute.

One who is neither elated by mundane gain nor disgusted by the contact of undesirable things, who neither laments over the loss of any material valuables nor yearns for any unattained objects, and who remains detached from both pious and sinful actions a
12:17 | The Path of Devotion : Bhakti-yoga

A person who sees equally enemies and friends, honor and dishonor; who maintains equilibrium in the presence of cold, heat, pleasure, and pain; who is completely free from obsession; who considers equally abuse and praise; whose speech is controlled; who
12:18 | The Path of Devotion : Bhakti-yoga

Observe 18.
12:19 | The Path of Devotion : Bhakti-yoga

And those devotees who take refuge in Me with sublime faith and worship this ambrosial path of devotion, are adored by Me as My very own.
12:20 | The Path of Devotion : Bhakti-yoga

Arjuna said: O Kesava, I would like to know the principles of the predominated, the predominator, the sphere of action, the knower of that sphere, knowledge, and the knowable.
13:1 | The Predominated and the Predominator : Prakrti-purusa-viveka-yoga

The Supreme Lord said: O Arjuna, this (gross and subtle or physical and mental) body is known as the sphere of action, or ksetra. The conscious entity (the soul) who experiences the existence of this body is described by seers of the truth as the knower
13:2 | The Predominated and the Predominator : Prakrti-purusa-viveka-yoga

O Bharata, you should also know Me as the knower of all spheres of action (as the Supersoul situated within the heart of all living beings). Such fundamental and essential knowledge of the sphere of action and the knowers of that sphere (knowledge of the
13:3 | The Predominated and the Predominator : Prakrti-purusa-viveka-yoga

Now hear from Me a summary of the substance and nature of this sphere of action, and in which way it is produced. Also hear of the fundamental form and potency of the knower of the sphere of action.
13:4 | The Predominated and the Predominator : Prakrti-purusa-viveka-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

The five major elements (earth, water, fire, air, and ether), the personality component of ego, the element of intellect, the primordial element of material nature, the five perceptual senses (eye, tongue, tactile sense, nose, and ear), the five senses o
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