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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

Now I shall fully describe to you, with the taste of the flavor of My divine sweetness, this knowledge of My grand majestic splendor and opulences. After knowing all this, absolutely nothing will remain for you to know, being situated on this beautiful,
7:2 | Relative and Absolute Conceptions of the Supreme : Jnana-vijnana-yoga

Out of countless souls, some have reached the human form, and among many thousands of human beings, some endeavor for perception of the individual soul and the Supersoul; and among many thousands of such endeavorers who have attained to seeing the soul a
7:3 | Relative and Absolute Conceptions of the Supreme : Jnana-vijnana-yoga

My deluding potency in this world is divided in eight ways: earth, water, fire, air, ether, mind, intelligence, and false ego.
7:4 | Relative and Absolute Conceptions of the Supreme : Jnana-vijnana-yoga

O mighty hero, Arjuna, this worldly nature known as external, is inferior. But distinct from this nature, you should know My marginal potency, comprised of the individual souls, to be superior. This world is accepted by this superior conscious potency as
7:5 | Relative and Absolute Conceptions of the Supreme : Jnana-vijnana-yoga

Know it that all species, either moving or stationary, are produced from these two elemental natures, as the sphere of action and the knower of that sphere. And I alone am the cause of generation of the whole world, and the cause of its dissolution as we
7:6 | Relative and Absolute Conceptions of the Supreme : Jnana-vijnana-yoga

O Arjuna, there is nothing superior to Me. Like gems strung on a thread, this entire creation depends on Me.
7:7 | Relative and Absolute Conceptions of the Supreme : Jnana-vijnana-yoga

O son of Kunti, by the potency of the primordial element of taste, I am situated as the basis of the flavor of water; and by the opulence of effulgence, I am present in the sun and moon. I am present in the Vedas as their primeval sound vibration, the le
7:8 | Relative and Absolute Conceptions of the Supreme : Jnana-vijnana-yoga

I dwell in the pure fragrance of the earth, and in the radiance of fire. In all beings, I am present as the lifespan, and in ascetics, I am the power to endure duality such as cold and heat.
7:9 | Relative and Absolute Conceptions of the Supreme : Jnana-vijnana-yoga

O Partha, know Me as the eternal primordial cause of all lifeforms. Of the intelligent, I am present as intelligence personified, and of the valiant, I am there as prowess personified.
7:10 | Relative and Absolute Conceptions of the Supreme : Jnana-vijnana-yoga

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