The Bhagavad Gita: The Royal Path and Divine Splendor

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The Bhagavad Gita: The Royal Path and Divine Splendor

 

 

IX. The Royal Path

 

“I pervade the entire universe in my unmanifested form.”

“I am the object of all worship, its enjoyer and Lord.
But those who fail to realize my true nature must be reborn.”

 

X. Divine Splendor

“I am the true self in the heart of every creature, Arjuna, and the beginning, middle, and end of their existence.”

“I am the seed that can be found in every creature, Arjuna, for without me nothing can exist, neither animate or inanimate.
But there is no end to my divine attributes, Arjuna; these I have mentioned are only a few. Wherever you find strength, or beauty, or spiritual power, you may be sure that these have sprung from a spark of my essence.
But of what use is it to you to know all this, Arjuna? Just remember that I am, and that I support the entire cosmos with only a fragment of my being.”

 

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