कामना रहित चित्त की कुंजी | आनन्दमूर्ति गुरुमाँ | Shrimad Bhagavad Gita
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A yogi who has mastered his mind and senses, who is free from attachment and aversion, sees everything equally and remains steadfast in his devotion. He is liberated from dualities and attains supreme bliss. The yogi who sees the Self in all and all in the Self, who sees the same divine consciousness in every being is the true yogi, and attains the ultimate goal. In the featured excerpt Revered Gurudev Anandmurti Gurumaa emphasizes the importance of a balanced mind, being free of desires, and cultivating self-discipline and explains the means to achieve this state, citing shlokas 24 to 30 of Chapter 6 from Srimad Bhagavad Gita. The yogi who has attained this state is peaceful, content, and free from all material attachments.