अद्वेष्टा सर्वभूतानां मैत्र: करुण एव च |
निर्ममो निरहङ्कार: समदु:खसुख: क्षमी || 13||

Adwaystaa Sarba Bhutaanaam Maitrah Karuna Eba Ch ।
Nirmamo Nirahankaarah Sama Duhkha Sukhah Khyami ॥12-13॥

The Bhagavad Gita Chapter12 Verse13

General Meaning:

He who does not hate any being, who is friendly to all beings, who is compassionate, who is free from the feelings of me and mine even-minded in sorrow and happiness and is forgiving.

Explanation:

In this verse, Lord Krishna speaks about the qualities in a spiritual seeker, which make him or her dearest to God.

सन्तुष्ट: सततं योगी यतात्मा दृढनिश्चय: |
मय्यर्पितमनोबुद्धिर्यो मद्भक्त: स मे प्रिय: || 14||

Santustah Satatam Yogi Jataatmaa Dridha Nischayah ।
Majyarpita Manobudhirjyo Madbhaktah Sa May Priyah ॥12-14॥

The Bhagavad Gita Chapter12 Verse14

General Meaning:

That devotee of Mine, who is always satisfied, firmly established in Yoga meditation with full self-control, firm determination and with mind and Intellect dedicated to Me, he, My devotee is dear to Me.

Explanation:

In these two verses 13 and 14 of chapter 12, Lord Krishna describes the qualities of a sincere Yogi, devotee, who is dear to God. The highest form of Dearness is Oneness. The Yogi devotee, with these qualities, rises above his ego and realizes his Oneness with God. Such qualities cannot be attained without, full faith, a positive attitude and wisdom and love. Daily sincere and correct practice of Kriya Yoga, under the guidance of a realized Master, can get the devotee, these qualities and Oneness with God or Self-realization.

With Love & Humbleness,
Paramahansa Atmanandaji

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