विगतेच्छाभयक्रोधो यः सदा मुक्त एव सः।।5.28।।
।।5.28।। जिस पुरुष की इन्द्रियाँ मन और बुद्धि संयत हैं ऐसा मोक्ष परायण मुनि इच्छा भय और क्रोध से रहित है वह सदा मुक्त ही है।।
In these two verses Lord Krishna describes the perfected method of meditaion for achieving atma tattva or realisation of the soul and moksa or liberation from material existence. The method commences by turning inward with the mind away from all external sense objects associated with sight, sound, taste, smell and touch. Then one fixes the vision internally between the eyebrows while simultaneously slowly restraining the inward and outward breaths until they merge into one and pause themselves of their own accord in the state know as kumbhaka. Now begins the summation. The one who has not received moksa or liberation while aspiring for moksa nevertheless has acquired qualities aspiring for moksa. Thus human beings acquiring the qualities of moksa acquire spiritual knowledge and eventually achieve moksa by this spiritual knowledge.