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God-Realization Through Bhakti-Yoga

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He who being established in unity, worship Me, who am dwelling in all beings, whatever his mode of life, that Yogi abides in Me.

— Bhagavad Gita
VI: 31



God-Realization Through Bhakti-Yoga

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Lord Krishna says to Uddhava devotee:---
To such a man everything is Brahman[the Supreme Being] owing to the knowledge that comes of seeing the Atman in all. Seeing Brahman everywhere, he becomes free from doubts and all attachment. This looking upon all beings as Myself in thought, word, and deed is, to My mind, the best of all methods of worship.

— Srimad Bhagavatam



God-realization Through Bhakti-Yoga

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Lord Krishna, the Deity of Vushuddhi Chakra, Says:-
To them, ever steadfast and serving Me with affection, I give that Buddhi-Yoga by which they come unto Me.

— Bhagavad Gita
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God-realization Through Bhakti-Yoga

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Lord Krishna says:-
With their minds wholly in Me, with their senses absorbed in Me, enlightening one another, and always speaking of Me, they rejoice and are delighted.

— Bhagavad Geeta
X: 9



God-Realization Through Bhakti-Yoga

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Says Sri Krishna to Uddava:
With a pure mind one should observe in all beings as well as in oneself only Me, the Atman, who am both within and without, and all-pervasive like space.

— Srimad Bhagavatam



God-Realization Through Bhakti-Yoga

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Lord Krishna says in Gita:---
He who being established in unity, worship Me, who am dwelling in all beings, whatever his mode of life, that Yogi abides in Me.

— Bhagavad Gita
29:31



God-Realization Through Bhakti-Yoga

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O great soul, he who, taking his stand on pure knowledge, thus regards and honours all beings as myself, who has the same attitude towards a low born one as to a Brahmana, towards a thief as to a supporter of the Brahmanas, towards a spark of fire as to the sun, and towards a ruffian as to a kind man; he is considered sage.

— Srimad Bhagavatam



God-Realization Through Bhakti-Yoga

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He who judges of pleasure or pain everywhere, by the same standard as he applies to himself, that Yogi, O Arjuna, is regarded as the highest.

— Bhagavad Gita
VI: 32



God-realization Through Bhakti-Yoga

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With the heart concentrated by Yoga, with the eye of evenness for all things, he beholds the Self in all beings and all beings in the Self.

— Bhagavad Gita
VI: 29



God-realization Through Bhakti-Yoga

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Lord Krishna says:---
Drawing the mind which is concentrated on that, one should fix it on the Supreme Cause [the Lord as projecting the universe]. Then leaving this too one should rest on Me [Brahman as all-pervading Consciousness] and think of nothing whatsoever. With one's mind thus absorbed one sees God alone in one's self and sees oneself united Him, the Self of all --- the Light united to Light (state of samadhi).

— Srimad Bhagavatam