एतां विभूतिं योगं च मम यो वेत्ति तत्त्वतः।
सोऽविकम्पेन योगेन युज्यते नात्र संशयः।।10.7।।
।।10.7।।जो मनुष्य मेरी इस विभूतिको और योगको तत्त्वसे जानता अर्थात् दृढ़तापूर्वक मानता है? वह अविचल भक्तियोगसे युक्त हो जाता है इसमें कुछ भी संशय नहीं है।
10.7 Yah, one who; vetti, knows; tattvatah, truly, i.e. just as it is; etam, this, aforesaid; vibhutim. majesty, (divine) manifestations; [Omnipresence.] and yogam, yoga, action, My own ability to achieve [Gods omnipotence. (Gods power of accomplishing the impossible.-M.S.)]-or, the capacity for mystic powers, the omniscience resulting from yoga (meditation), is called yoga; sah, he; yujyate, becomes imbued with; avikampena, unwavering; yogena, Yoga, consisting in steadfastness in perfect knowledge. [After realizing the personal God, he attains the transcendental Reality; the earlier knowledge leads to the latter.] There is no samsayah, doubt; atra, about this. With what kind of unwavering Yoga does he become endued? This is being answered:
10.7 See Comment under 10.11
10.7 Supernal manifestation is the glory (Vibhuti) of the Lord. He who in truth knows this supernal manifestation that all origination, sustentation and activity depend on Me, and also that Yoga of Mine which is in the form of auspicious attributes antagonistic to all that is evil - such a person becomes united with the Yoga or Bhakti of an unshakable nature. Of this, there is no doubt. The meaning is: You yourself will see that the knowledge concerning the supernal manifestation and auspicious attributes of Mine will increase devotion. Sri Krsna now shows that the growth of devotion is of the form of the development of knowledge of His supreme state.
Etaam vibhootim yogam cha mama yo vetti tattwatah; So’vikampena yogena yujyate naatra samshayah.
etām—these; vibhūtim—glories; yogam—divine powers; cha—and; mama—my; yaḥ—those who; vetti—know; tattvataḥ—in truth; saḥ—they; avikalpena—unwavering; yogena—in bhakti yog; yujyate—becomes united; na—never; atra—here; sanśhayaḥ—doubt