The Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 8, Religion by Devotion to the One Supreme God Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8, Religion by Devotion to the One Supreme God Summary and Analysis

Arjuna asks about these Lords, and asks Krishna how it shall be that he can go to the Supreme Being at the moment of death. Krishna explains that meditating upon the One and holding the entity to the heart allows and assures one of where the Soul will go at death. As such, one must bear in mind who and what one keeps close to heart, for wherever your head and heart are when you die, your Soul will tend to follow.

He explains to Arjuna the simplicity of devoted meditation and focused thought. While to strive for Truth is not terribly common, to do so increases the chances of winning. To be devoted and thinking of Me, he says, is very powerful and leads...

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