Jnana Vijnana Yoga" means  "The Yoga of Knowledge and Wisdom.

Jnana Vijnana Yoga" means  "The Yoga of Knowledge and Wisdom.


In This chapter Krishna explains that he is the ultimate source of everything and that all living beings are his manifestations

He explains that the entire creation is sustained by his divine energy and that all living beings are connected to him.

There are those who are in distress and seek his help, those who seek material gains, those who desire knowledge and wisdom, and those who are wise and have a deep devotion to him.

Among these four types of seekers, the wise devotees are the most special because they understand that Krishna is the ultimate goal and surrender to him completely.

Krishna then explains that those who are deluded by material desires and ego fail to recognize his true nature. He compares them to fools who cannot perceive the truth.

He urges Arjuna and all seekers to have faith in him and surrender completely, as it is the path to attain spiritual liberation.

Knowing and understanding Krishna's divine nature will lead to true wisdom and freedom from the cycle of birth and death.

In this way  Krishna emphasizes the importance of seeking the higher knowledge of the divine and developing unwavering devotion to him for spiritual growth and enlightenment.