Knowledge from Bhagavad Gita



Giving up all desires born of the will, withdrawing the senses from every direction by strength of mind, attain tranquility little by little with the help of the buddhi armed with fortitude. Once the mind is established in the Atman, one should not think of anything else. Whenever the fickle and unquiet mind strays, withdraw it and restore it to the control of the Atman alone. (Bhagavad Gita – 6.24 – 6)

The unreal has no existence, the Real never ceases to be this truth about the nature of both is know by those who perceive the real nature of things. (Gita 2.16)

Constancy in Self-knowledge and an insight into the object of  true Knowledge,  that  is, God – this is declared to be knowledge; what is contrary to this is called ignorance. (Gita 13.1)

He that sees one God existing everywhere cannot injure another who is his own Self, and so attains the highest goal. (Gita 13.28)