Srimad Bhagavad Gita
The Hidden Treasure of the Sweet Absolute.

One who abandon his routine duties out of fear of bodily discomfort, considering them a cause of inconvenience, performs renunciation of the nature of passion. Thus, he does not attain (knowledge, which is) the fruit of genuine detachment.
18:8 | The Supreme Goal of Divine Freedom : Moksa-yoga

I am the father of this universe, the mother, the bestower of the fruits of all actions, the forefather, and the object of all knowledge. The purifying agent Om, the Rg, Sama, and Yajurvedas certainly I am all these.
9:17 | The Hidden Treasure : Raja-guhya-yoga

O Lord, although I have become gladdened to behold this universal form of Yours which I have never seen before, my mind is distraught with fear. Therefore, O God of gods, please reveal Your previous four-armed form. O Jagannivasa! May You be gracious upo
11:45 | The Vision of the Universal Form : Visva-rupa-darsana-yoga

Edible or offerable foods which increase longevity, zeal, strength, health, happiness and satisfaction, and which are succulent, milky, wholesome, and attractive these are dear to persons of the nature of goodness.
17:8 | The Threefold Division of Faith : Sraddhatraya-vibhag-yoga

Just seeing Your faces resembling the fire of universal annihilation, ghastly with all their terrible teeth, I can no longer distinguish one direction from another, nor can I find peace of mind. O Supreme Lord of all the gods, O shelter of the universe,
11:25 | The Vision of the Universal Form : Visva-rupa-darsana-yoga

O Partha, these perverted qualities are found in a man of demoniac mentality: pride, conceit, egotism, anger, mercilessness, and injudiciousness.
16:4 | The Godly and Ungodly Temperaments : Daivasura-sampad-vibhaga-yoga

But totally distinct from both these types of souls, there is a Supreme Person who is known as Paramatma, the Supersoul. He is the Supreme Lord. Entering into the three worlds in His eternal form, He maintains all beings in the universe.
15:17 | The Supreme Person : Purusottama-yoga

The Supreme Lord said: O heroic Arjuna, undoubt- edly the mind is fickle and extremely difficult to control. However, O son of Kunti, it is subjugated by repeatedly practicing the yoga of meditation on the Supersoul as taught by a bona fide spiritual mas
6:35 | The Path of Meditation : Dhyana-yoga

Thus, seeing his own kinsmen present on the battlefield, the son of Kunti, Arjuna, griefstricken and overwhelmed with great compassion, spoke the following words:
1:27 | Observing the Armies : Sainya-darsana

Happiness of the nature of passion is said to be that which is born from the contact of the senses with their objects, and which in the beginning is perceived as nectar, but subsequently realized to be just like poison.
18:38 | The Supreme Goal of Divine Freedom : Moksa-yoga

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