Bhagavad Gita Chapter 2, Shlok 53

śhruti-vipratipannā te yadā sthāsyati niśhchalā
samādhāv-achalā buddhis tadā yogam avāpsyasi

When your intellect ceases to be allured by the fruitive sections of the Vedas and remains steadfast in divine consciousness, you will then attain the state of perfect Yog.

Word by Word Meaning:

śhruti-vipratipannā - not allured by the fruitive sections of the Vedas
te - your
yadā - when
sthāsyati - remains
niśhchalā - steadfast
samādhau - in divine consciousness
achalā - steadfast
buddhiḥ - intellect
tadā - at that time
yogam - Yog
avāpsyasi - you will attain


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