The Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 7, Religion by Discernment Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, Religion by Discernment Summary and Analysis

Now Krishna begins to speak unabashedly regarding what comes to be known as personal devotion. The translator assures readers in his note that this is what Krishna actually told Arjuna and is not an error or misconception due to translation. He tells Arjuna to come to him, but when he refers to Me, he means his divine form rather than his purely mortal form.

The Truth, Krishna tells his comrade-at-arms, is accessible to all, but those who strive for it are most likely to succeed. The ones who succeed are themselves those who eally know him. He expresses that he is all things, or rather, the source of all. He is the very Maker, and includes everything from the wombs from which babes spring forth to the trees, elements, and soil. He urges Arjuna to...

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