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Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 18 Teachings

Keeping away from others, eating but little, speech and body and mind subdued, always engaged in meditation and concentration, endued with dispassion. Having abandoned egotism, strength, arrogance, desire, enmity, property, free from the notion of ‘mine’ and peaceful, he is fit to become Brahman. Becoming Brahman, of serene self, he neither grieves nor desires, treating all beings alike: he attains supreme devotion to Me. By devotion he knows Me in truth, he forthwith enters into Me. (Chapter XVIII, 52 – 55) Related Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 13 Teachings on the Values Necessaryto Know Truth