The Bhagavad Gita - Study Guide Chapter 15, Religion by Attaining the Supreme Summary & Analysis

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Krishna focuses his teaching on how the Supreme Being is approached or attained and recognized.

He explains there is the Ultimate which is beyond duality, beyond being and nonbeing, form and formless, beginning and end. There is the Divided and the Undivided. All that is divided springs forth from, transforms and returns to and is all the while part of the One. The Undivided is the source, holds together, is expressed as the processes through which transformations can be shown as chains of unity, and is the end to which all returns. The two coexist but perhaps only because this gives time and space and consciousness the ability to function as process. This can be that, because forms are created, destroyed, joined to one another like earth's minerals and Sunlight become plant leaves when watered...

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