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Moksha Quotes From Bhagavad Gita

For attainment of moksha, the Bhagavad Gita lays emphasis on –

Keeping equanimity towards pairs of opposites – heat and cold, pleasure and pain, gain and loss, honor and dishonor, success and failure, attraction and repulsion, etc.

Abandoning all desires and concern for the fruits of deeds.

Abandoning attachment and other passions, lust, greed, pride, anger, infatuation, fear etc.

Keeping a check on sensory and motor organs, mind and intellect.

Doing all work selflessly for the welfare of all in the spirit of sacrifice.

Always keeping the view that the actual doer of all deeds is the system of the three gunas of nature.

Keeping equanimity towards all creatures whether superior or inferior.

Seeing all creatures in one’s own self and oneself in all, and also seeing creatures and everything as manifested in God.

Making the mind steady and serene by continuous practice and renunciation.

Complete devotion to God.

When a practicing devotee attains a high spiritual state called brahmisthiti, he never gets infatuated and after death attains absolute emancipation.