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Srimad Bhagavad Gita
The Hidden Treasure of the Sweet Absolute.

Arjuna inquired: O Purusottama, what is Brahman, and what is the soul? What is karma, and what is considered to be phenomenal? Further, who is known as the universal presiding governance? O Madhusudana, who is the Lord of sacrifice within this body, and
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Observe 2.
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The Supreme Lord said: Certainly Brahman is the instructible, unchangeable Absolute Truth, and the pure spirit soul is the genuine personality of the living being. The word 'karma' denotes abnegation for the sake of a demigod, which produces the bodies o
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O most elevated of souls, Arjuna, perishable objects such as the material body are known as phenomenal; the universal governance refers to the aggregate universal form which encompasses and governs all the demigods, headed by the solar gods; and I alone
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One who continues to think of Me even at the time of death, and having left the body, departs from this world, surely attains to My nature. Of this there is no doubt.
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O son of Kunti, at the time of leaving the body, whatever object a person meditates upon will be attained by him, due to his constant contemplation on that object.
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Therefore remember Me at all times, and perform your natural duty to engage in battle. Dedicating your mind and intelligence to Me, you will attain My shelter by fulfilling your duty. Of this there is no doubt.
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O Partha, with mind undeviatingly engaged in meditation, constantly thinking of the effulgent Supreme Person, the true yogi certainly reaches that Supreme Lord.
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He, the Supreme Lord, is all-knowing, beginningless, and the merciful bestower of the teachings of devotion unto Him. In spite of being more subtle than the atom, He is enormous, since He is the support of everything. His form is divine, that is, mediums
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Observe 9.
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