Chapter 4, V 35 -“Arjuna, when you have realized this, you will not descend into delusion again; knowledge will let you see creatures within yourself and so in me.”
Knowledge, “Gayna”, here is synonymous with wisdom. Wisdom that allows me to see within myself and see without. Such wisdom when granted by Lord Krishna will save me from descending into delusion, confusion, and inaction. Such wisdom will allow me to see Lord Krishna’s wonders everywhere and in everything. I will learn to trust my judgement illumined by the word of the Lord, choose the right path, and perform actions without seeking the fruits of my actions. When I can detach myself from my actions, I will not be afraid to act, to perform my “karma”, my “dharma” and all the time I will be growing in my love for Krishna and all of his creation. I will be able to walk steadily on the narrow path leading back to Him. Even as I live it out my life and abide my time in this world, I will not loose sight of my real purpose. To be reunited with Lord Krishna by humble submission, by asking questions, and by service; service to the Lord and to all of his creation.