1. 26

    ज्ञानमात्रं परं ब्रह्म परमात्मेश्वरः पुमान् । दृश्यादिभिः पृथग्भावैर्भगवानेक ईयते ।। ३-३२-२६ ।।

    The Supreme Personality of Godhead alone is complete transcendental knowledge, but according to the different processes of understanding He appears differently, either as impersonal Brahman, as Paramātmā, as the Supreme Personality of Godhead or as the puruṣa-avatāra. ।। 3-32-26 ।।

  2. 27

    एतावानेव योगेन समग्रेणेह योगिनः । युज्यतेऽभिमतो ह्यर्थो यदसङ्गस्तु कृत्स्नशः ।। ३-३२-२७ ।।

    The greatest common understanding for all yogīs is complete detachment from matter, which can be achieved by different kinds of yoga. ।। 3-32-27 ।।

  3. 28

    ज्ञानमेकं पराचीनैरिन्द्रियैर्ब्रह्म निर्गुणम् । अवभात्यर्थरूपेण भ्रान्त्या शब्दादिधर्मिणा ।। ३-३२-२८ ।।

    Those who are averse to the Transcendence realize the Supreme Absolute Truth differently through speculative sense perception, and therefore, because of mistaken speculation, everything appears to them to be relative. ।। 3-32-28 ।।

  4. 29

    यथा महानहं रूपस्त्रिवृत्पञ्चविधः स्वराट् । एकादशविधस्तस्य वपुरण्डं जगद्यतः ।। ३-३२-२९ ।।

    From the total energy, the mahat-tattva, I have manifested the false ego, the three modes of material nature, the five material elements, the individual consciousness, the eleven senses and the material body. Similarly, the entire universe has come from the Supreme Personality of Godhead. ।। 3-32-29 ।।

  5. 30

    एतद्वै श्रद्धया भक्त्या योगाभ्यासेन नित्यशः । समाहितात्मा निःसङ्गो विरक्त्या परिपश्यति ।। ३-३२-३० ।।

    This perfect knowledge can be achieved by a person who is already engaged in devotional service with faith, steadiness and full detachment, and who is always absorbed in thought of the Supreme. He is aloof from material association. ।। 3-32-30 ।।