Verily, those who surrender their actions to Me, who muse on me, worship Me, and meditate on Me alone, with no thought save of me (12.6). O Arjuna! I rescue them quickly from the ocean of life and death, for their minds are fixed on me (12.7). Verily those who love the spiritual wisdom as I have taught, whose faith never fails, and who concentrate their whole nature on Me, they indeed are my most beloved (12.20).
Krishna’s yoga turns Sramanic ways of liberation and karma discourse, initially empowering humans to solve existential concerns, into a discourse of dependency and submission. Liberation is substituted for salvation – self-reliance with grace and external powers. Basically one can say that the Gita in the end undermines ascetic-wisdom yoga forms according to the principle from Animal Farm: All animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others.
Supernatural power and symbolic values in the Gita
Lean slightly toward the wall and widen your upper thighs and Yoga east buttocks apart. Curl the back of the pelvis down and the front part up, drawing Yoga east your belly in and up. Firmly anchor in your pelvis, bring your shoulders and head back directly over your hips, and shift more weight onto the back foot to lower the heel toward the floor. Hold the back thigh lifted away from the floor. Maintain a balance of strength and expansion. To intensify: Place the toes of the front foot up the wall. 1Step your left foot as far back as you can while maintaining your hips facing squarely toward the wall. 1Isometrically pull your hands down the wall without moving them to lift your chest.