मयि चानन्ययोगेन भक्ितरव्यभिचारिणी।
।।13.11।। अनन्ययोग के द्वारा मुझमें अव्यभिचारिणी भक्ति एकान्त स्थान में रहने का स्वभाव और (असंस्कृत) जनों के समुदाय में अरुचि।।
In these five verses Lord Krishna defines the quintessential qualities and attributes to achieve the means to fulfil the highest purpose of human existence. Realisation of these 24 essential principles means knowledge through the experience of living them in conjunction with the injunctions of the Vedic scriptures. The Supreme Lord Krishna is the object of attainment for these essential principles and is the ultimate goal to be attained. Realisation through experience equates to imbibing and living these 20 principles. That by which things become realised is known as knowledge. Thus knowledge is known to be a means of realisation. Emphasis on jnana or knowledge is herein given as the goal for self-realisation.