srutivipratipanna te yada sthasyati niscala
samadhavacala buddhistada yogamavapsyasi
Here the tenn'Href denotrs the sense of sound, touch,colour,taste and smell After your intellect, confused by hearing conflicting doctrines, has become stable and firm (steady) on God, you will then attain Self-realization or union, with God. 53
[After crossing the mire of delusion also, there may be confusion of mind by hearing conflicting spiritual doctrines. So Lord Krsna induces Arjuna to get rid of that confusion.]
Srutivipratipanna te yada sthasyati niscala samadhavacala buddhistada yogamavapsyasi:-Arjuna was in a fix, whether he should perform his duty as a Ksatriya or he should avoid the slaughter of his kith and kin. If he protected his family, he would shirk his duty. If he performed his duty of fighting, then the family would not be protected. So he was bewildered. Therefore Lord Krsna persuades Arjuna to keep the intellect firm in case of scriptural opinions and steady in regarding God-realization.
First of all, a striver is unable to make up his mind whether to have honest and sincere dealings with the worldly people, or to attain God. Then he decides that he has to render selfless service to the world. Having taken this decision, be starts showing indifference and dispassion to the worldly pleasures. Then in the spiritual path he comes across different opinions of the scriptures. So it becomes difficult for him to decide, which opinion he should follow. In that case by good company or faith etc., he is either able to take the decision or he surrenders himself to God. Then by God's grace his intellect becomes firm. Secondly, in all the scriptures and religions, God, soul and the world, have been described in different forms and ways. But all of them agree, "I am soul, not body," "The world is to be ignored", "God is to be realized." By taking this decision the intellect of the striver becomes steady. Then he realized God easily. So the only obstacle to God-realization is lack of firmness of intellect.
The greater the deficiency in reaching at a decision regarding the contrary spiritual doctrines and in his own emancipation, the greater the delay there is. But in both cases as soon as the intellect becomes steady and determinate, eternal union with God is realized.
The intellect should be unshakable in order to renounce affinity for the world, as mentioned by the expression 'state of severance from union with pain, in the twenty-third verse of the sixth chapter; while it should be steady in order to have affinity for God as expressed by the expression 'evenness of mind is called Yoga', in the forty-eighth verse of the second chapter.
Here in 'tada yogamavapsyasi Yoga, means to become established in union with God, from whom there is no disunion. Only the striver has to abandon his affinity with the unreal. This union can be realized either by selfless service viz., Discipline of Disinterested Action, or discrimination viz., Discipline of Knowledge, or love for God viz., Discipline of Devotion, or meditation or annihilation of the world viz., Discipline of Annihilation (Layayoga) or by the process of restraining breath viz., Discipline of Austerity (Hathayoga) etc.