Arjuna said: Bhagavan, which type of worshippers are the best knowers of yoga and are dear to you?
Lord Krishna said: I consider them to be the best yogis who endowed with supreme faith and ever united with me through meditation worship me with their mind centred on me. Those, however, who fully controlling all their senses and even - minded towards all and devoted to the welfare of all beings constantly adore me as their very self, the unthinkable, omnipresent, indestructible, indefinable, eternal, immovable, unmanifest and changeless Brahma, they too come to me. Of course the strain is greater for those who have their mind attached to the unmanifest, as attunement with the unmanifest is attained with difficulty by the body-conscious people. Therefore, fix your mind on me and establish your intellect in me alone, thereafter you will abide solely in me, there is no doubt about it. If you cannot steadily fix your mind on me, Arjuna, then seek to attain me through the yoga of practice. If you are unequal even to the pursuit of such practice, be intent to work for me; you shall attain perfection (in the form of my realisation) even by performing actions for my sake.
Knowledge is better than practice without discernment, meditation on god is superior to knowledge and renunciation of the fruit of actions is even superior to meditation as peace immediately follows renunciation. He who neither rejoices, nor hates, nor grieves, nor desires and who renounces both good and evil actions and is full of devotion is dear to me. Those devotees, however, who partake in a disinterested way of this nectar of pious wisdom set forth above endowed with faith and solely devoted to me, they are extremely dear to me.