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- A person who has gnana and vignana is a yogi, says Lord Krishna in the Bhagavad Gita. Gnana is comprehension of the nature of the atma. Vignana is knowing that the atma and body are different and that the indriyas and the body are different.
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- So to control one's mind, one must acquire atma gnana. Thoughts about whether a certain action of ours will yield certain results are all in the mind. Our mind is an indriya and we should make that indriya dwell on the atma.
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