Bhagavad Gita As It Is

References to text BG 9.34
BG 9.34: Engage your mind always in thinking of Me, become My devotee, offer obeisances to Me and worship Me. Being completely absorbed in Me, surely you will come to Me.

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This is the form of the Lord which is meditated upon by the followers of the yoga process, and it is pleasing to the yogīs in meditation. It is not imaginary but factual, as proved by great yogīs. The Lord is full in eight kinds of achievement, but for others these achievements are not possible in full perfection.
Description of the Kingdom of God
SB 3.15.45
My Lord, as the supreme directing Deity known as Aniruddha, You are the master of the senses and the mind. I therefore offer my obeisances unto You again and again. You are known as Ananta as well as Saṅkarṣaṇa because of Your ability to destroy the whole creation by the blazing fire from Your mouth.
Chanting the Song Sung by Lord Siva
SB 4.24.36
O best of kings, please get up! Get up! Just see this world surrounded by water and infested with rogues and so-called kings. This world is very much afraid, and it is your duty to protect her.
Puranjana Becomes a Woman in the Next Life
SB 4.28.48
The living entity, while dreaming, gives up the actual living body. Through the activities of his mind and intelligence, he acts in another body, either as a god or a dog. After giving up this gross body, the living entity enters either an animal body or a demigod’s body on this planet or on another planet. He thus enjoys the results of the actions of his past life.
Talks Between Narada and King Pracinabarhi
SB 4.29.61
The demigods, the directors of the three worlds, wanted to give me whatever benediction I desired. I did not want their benedictions, however, because I am interested in the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who created everything in this material world. I am more interested in the Supreme Personality of Godhead than in all material benedictions.
The Dynasty of Amsuman
SB 9.9.45
O Mahārāja Parīkṣit, because King Rantideva was a pure devotee, always Kṛṣṇa conscious and free from all material desires, the Lord’s illusory energy, māyā, could not exhibit herself before him. On the contrary, for him māyā entirely vanished, exactly like a dream.
The Dynasty of Bharata;
SB 9.21.17
Having experienced a situation by seeing or hearing about it, one contemplates and speculates about that situation, and thus one surrenders to it, not considering his present body. Similarly, by mental adjustments one dreams at night of living under different circumstances, in different bodies, and forgets his actual position. Under this same process, one gives up his present body and accepts another [tathā dehāntara-prāptiḥ].
The Advent of Lord Krishna: Introduction
SB 10.1.41
[Someone may say that aside from devotees, who always seek shelter at the Lord’s lotus feet, there are those who are not devotees but who have accepted different processes for attaining salvation. What happens to them? In answer to this question, Lord Brahmā and the other demigods said:] O lotus-eyed Lord, although nondevotees who accept severe austerities and penances to achieve the highest position may think themselves liberated, their intelligence is impure. They fall down from their position of imagined superiority because they have no regard for Your lotus feet.
Prayers by the Demigods for Lord Krishna in the Womb
SB 10.2.32
Let us offer obeisances unto that Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Kṛṣṇa, the infinitely intelligent Supersoul, who has disguised His greatness through His mystic Yoga-māyā.
The Sages' Teachings at Kurukshetra
SB 10.84.22
Only if they become Your faithful followers are those who breathe actually alive, otherwise their breathing is like that of a bellows. It is by Your mercy alone that the elements, beginning with the mahat-tattva and false ego, created the egg of this universe. Among the manifestations known as anna-maya and so forth, You are the ultimate one, entering within the material coverings along with the living entity and assuming the same forms as those he takes. Distinct from the gross and subtle material manifestations, You are the reality underlying them all.
The Prayers of the Personified Vedas
SB 10.87.17
“Praṇava [oṁkāra] is the mahā-vākya [mahā-mantra] in the Vedas. Śaṅkarācārya’s followers cover this to stress without authority the mantra tat tvam asi.
Lord Caitanya in Five Features
CC 1.7.130
Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu continued, “The Supreme Personality of Godhead is the central point of all relationships, acting in devotional service to Him is one’s real occupation, and the attainment of love of Godhead is the ultimate goal of life. These three subject matters are described in the Vedic literature.
The Liberation of Sarvabhauma Bhattacarya
CC 2.6.178
Finally Sārvabhauma Bhaṭṭācārya said, “My dear King, do not worry. Because of your firm determination, I am sure that Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu’s mercy will definitely be bestowed upon you.”
The Beda-kirtana Pastimes of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu
CC 2.11.51
“ ‘When first-class devotional service develops, one must be devoid of all material desires, knowledge obtained by monistic philosophy, and fruitive action. The devotee must constantly serve Kṛṣṇa favorably, as Kṛṣṇa desires.’
Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu Instructs Srila Rupa Gosvami
CC 2.19.167
Preface
Teachings of Lord Caitanya
TLC 0.3
O tongue, praise the glories of Lord Keśava. O mind, worship the enemy of Mura. O hands, serve the Lord of Śrī. O ears, hear the topics of Lord Acyuta. O eyes, gaze upon Śrī Kṛṣṇa. O feet, go to the temple of Lord Hari. O nose, smell the tulasī buds on Lord Mukunda''s feet. O head, bow down to Lord Adhokṣaja.
Mukunda-mala-stotra
MM 20
Los Angeles, November 23, 1968
LBG 0.4
London, July 17, 1973
Observing the Armies on the Battlefield of Kuruks?etra
LBG 1.20
Hyderabad, November 17, 1972
Contents of the Gita Summarized
LBG 2.12
Los Angeles, January 14, 1969
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.39
Vrndavana, August 15, 1974
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.9
New York, December 26, 1966,
The Most Confidential Knowledge
LBG 9.34
Vrndavana, August 3, 1974
Narada's Instructions on Srimad-Bhagavatam for Vyasadeva
LSB 1.5.22
Morning Walk
April 1974
TLKS 1974.4.24B9E
Room Conversation
June 1974
TLKS 1974.6.24C5A
Room Conversation with Bernard Manischewitz
March 1975
TLKS 1975.3.24D72
Room Conversation with Yogi Bhajan
June 1975
TLKS 1975.6.24E9E
Conversation in Airport and Car
June 1976
TLKS 1976.6.253AE
Evening Darsana
July 1976
TLKS 1976.7.25482
Press Interview
October 1976
TLKS 1976.10.2564E