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God-Realization Through Bhakti-Yoga

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Lord Krishna says to His devotees and Yogis:---

He who sees Me in all things, and sees all things in Me, he never becomes separated from Me, nor do I become separated from him.

— Bhagavad Gita
VI: 30



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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



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Out of mere compassion for them, I, abiding in their hearts, destroy by the luminous lamp of knowledge the inner darkness born of ignorance.

— Bhagavad Gita
X: 11



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
X:10



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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



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Lord Krishna says:--
I am the origin of all, from Me everything evolves; knowing this the wise worship Me with loving consciousness.

— Bhagavad Geeta
X:8



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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



God-realization through Bhakti-Yoga

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One should meditate on the form of God concentrating the mind on all the features. The person of self-control should withdraw the organs from the sense-objects with the help of the mind, and with the intellect [the determinative faculty] as guide, direct the mind to the entire form. Then he should concentrate the mind --- distributed all over the form --- on one part and think of the smiling countenance alone and nothing else.

— Srimad Bhagavatam



Guru's Grace

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Guru is the expression of enlightenment, pure knowledge, the field of all possibilities, the field of infinite correlation.

— Maharshi Mahesh Yogi



Guru's Grace

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The master helps the seeker in his own invincible ways, which have no parallel in the ways of the world. But if the aspirant is to be the recipient of this help, he must make a real effort to surrender himself to the Divine will of the Master.

— Meher Baba