Chapter VI Sloka 47

yaeignamip sveR;a< mÌtenaNtraTmna,
ïÏavaN-jte yae ma< s me yu­tmae mt>
` tTsidit ïImdœ -gvÌItasUpin;Tsu äüiv*aya< yaegzaôe ïIk«:[ajuRns<vade AaTms<ymyaegae nam ;óae=Xyay>.

yogin˜mapi sarveÿ˜Õ 
madgaten˜ntar˜tman˜ |
þraddh˜v˜nbhajate yo m˜Õ 
sa me yuktatamo mata×

om tatsaditi þrŸmad bhagavadgŸt˜s¨paniÿatsu
brahmavidy˜y˜Õ yogaþ˜stre þrŸk®ÿõ˜rjunasaÕv˜de
˜tmasaÕyamayogo n˜ma ÿaÿ÷ho'dhy˜ya× ( 6|47)||

And among all the Yogis he who, full of faith and with his inner self merged in Me, worships Me is deemed by Me to be the most devout.

Commentary: Among all Yogis: He who worships Me, the Absolute, is superior to those who worship the lesser gods such as the Vasus, Rudra, Aditya, etc.
The inner self merged in Me: The mind absorbed in Me, (Cf. VI. 32),
(This chapter is known by the names Atmasamyama Yoga and Adhyatma Yoga also.)
Thus in the Upanishads of the glorious Bhagavad Gita, the science of the Eternal, the scripture of Yoga, the dialogue between Sri Krishna and Arjuna, ends the sixth discourse entitled The Yoga of Meditation.

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