Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 18 - Moksha Yoga - The Yoga of Supreme Perfection

Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 18 - Verse 47

It is better to perform one’s own duty (dharma) imperfectly than to perform another’s duty perfectly. One is never subject to bad karma by performing one’s prescribed duties according to one’s own nature.

Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 18 - Verse 51-53

With pure intelligence, controlling the mind with determination, abandoning attachment to sense-objects, being devoid of both attachment and hatred, residing in a secluded place, eating little, controlling speech, body and mind, being constantly engaged in meditating on the Supreme Person, being renounced, free from egotism, the misuse of power, conceit, lust, anger, covetousness and being unselfish and peaceful – such a person is qualified for realization of the Absolute Truth.

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