Today’s meditation: Peace, Love and Compassion on Fragrant Heart
In the sixth discourse of the Bhagavad Gita Krishna goes on to explain a little more about action and inaction. Those who have yet to reach the point where they are equanimous in the mind, must keep taking actions until such time that they no longer look for the fruits of their actions. that is the way to purification of thought. Once a person has reached that place where they see God in everything and see no difference between one object or another, or one person to the next, no longer needs to act and can peacefully live out their lives knowing that they no longer need to be reincarnated.
When Arjuna questions what happens if one dies before reaching this point, Krishna explains that in the next incarnation one will be born into better circumstances for reaching enlightenment.
Krishna also starts to hint at meditation during this discourse telling Arjuna:
“There, having made the mind one-pointed, with the actions of the mind and the senses controlled, let him, seated on the seat, practise Yoga for the purification of the self. Let him firmly hold his body, head and neck erect and perfectly still, gazing at the tip of his nose, without looking around.”