मय्यावेश्य मनो ये मां नित्ययुक्ता उपासते।
श्रद्धया परयोपेतास्ते मे युक्ततमा मताः।।12.2।।
।।12.2।।मेरेमें मनको लगाकर नित्यनिरन्तर मेरेमें लगे हुए जो भक्त परम श्रद्धासे युक्त होकर मेरी उपासना करते हैं? वे मेरे मतमें सर्वश्रेष्ठ योगी हैं।
12.2 Ye, those who, being devotees; upasate, meditate; mam, on Me, the supreme Lord of all the masters of yoga, the Omniscient One whose vision is free from purblindness caused by such defects as attachment etc.; avesya,by fixing, concentrating; their manah, minds; mayi, on Me, on God in His Cosmic form; nitya-yuktah, with steadfast devotion, by being ever-dedicated in accordance with the idea expressed in the last verse of the preceding chapter; and being upetah, endowed; paraya, with supreme; sraddhaya faith;-te, they; matah, are considered; to be yukta-tamah, most perfect yogis; me, according to Me, for they spend days and nights with their minds constantly fixed on Me. Therefore, it is proper to say with regard to them that they are the best yogis. Is it that the others do not become the best yogis? No, but listen to what has to be said as regards them:
12.2 Mayi etc. Those are considered by Me to be the best among the masters of Yoga, whose act of entering into (fixing the mind in) the Supreme Lordship is a spontaneous (unartificial) act of becoming one with Him. By this [statement] a solemn declaration is made [by the Lord].
12.2 The Lord said I consider them to be the highest among the Yogins (i.e., among those striving for realisation) - them who worship Me focusing their minds upon Me as one exceedingly dear to them, who are endowed with supreme faith, and who are ever integrated with Me, namely ever desirous of constant union with Me. Those who thus worship Me, focusing their minds on Me as their supreme goal, attain Me soon and easily. Such is the meaning.
Sri Bhagavaan Uvaacha: Mayyaaveshya mano ye maam nityayuktaa upaasate; Shraddhayaa parayopetaaste me yuktatamaa mataah.
śhrī-bhagavān uvācha—the Blessed Lord said; mayi—on Me; āveśhya—fix; manaḥ—the mind; ye—those; mām—Me; nitya yuktāḥ—always engaged; upāsate—worship; śhraddhayā—with faith; parayā—best; upetāḥ—endowed; te—they; me—by Me; yukta-tamāḥ—situated highest in Yog; matāḥ—I consider