The Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 9, Religion by the Kingly Knowledge & the Kingly Mystery Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9, Religion by the Kingly Knowledge & the Kingly Mystery Summary and Analysis

Krishna tells Arjuna that he will even share a deep secret teaching about how to be in intimate union with the Supreme Being, who he is unabashedly at times referring to as Me. Krishna describes "containment"—a metaphysical containment. All things that are real and true belongs to and may return into the Me that Krishna is referring to. He also acknowledges that it is possible to perceive the divine within much of sensory reality, through which those who seek the Truth are often able to find it. The Truth and Brahma, as the One, contains all things. This Me, is not in all things, but can be found in all things.

Next, Krishna explains to his companion that the Truth and the eternal...

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