Bhagavad Gita -Madhvacharya 177

Bhagavad Gita -Sri Madhvacharya

(Bhashya and Tatparya Nirnaya)


Chapter 6
Atmasamyama Yoga

30. He who perceives Me everywhere and perceives everything in Me, for him I am not lost nor is he to Me.
Bhashya :- Sri Krishna speaks about the fruits saying for the devotee, he is not lost, being ever protected by him, indeed as the master who protects an orphan. Similarly, it is well known that if the servant does not offer respects, the master is no more the Master. He who always sees Me equally in all the creatures, for him there being unshaken devotion, I take upon Myself his welfare, thus in Garuda Puraana.
31. Be who adores Me dwelling in all the creatures, singularly and devotedly, even though he is ever engaged, he being equanimous, verily, performs for Me alone.
Bhashya :- Dwelling in all the creatures thus Sri Krishna explains. एकात्मस्थित: means one who singularly exists in all the places as One Lord. In all respects, even in the present instance, the Jiva acts only for His sake. Such spiritual vision brings out always the fruit of Wisdom. This is the meaning, even when he does not follow the Perennial Principles. When he does not follow and if the non-performance is very important, he may suffer pain. This has already been explained earlier.