SANKHYA AND YOGA
This, O Arjuna, is the limitless state of Brahman, which selfless persons experience and attain to Brahman. When they realise the Self, the agony of death does not stand in their way. Sanjaya said, "In this way did Lord Krishna describe to Arjuna in his own words the brahmi state" (366-370).
Then Arjuna said to himself, "This reasoning suits me well. If the Lord negates all action, his advice that I should fight cancels itself'. Thus Arjuna became overjoyed to hear this speech of Lord Krishna. This occasion is sweet, being the abode of religion or the unlimited sea of ambrosial thoughts. Now I, Jnanadeva, disciple of Nivritti, shall recount what the omniscient Lord declared to Arjuna (371-375).