Srimad Bhagavad-Gita :
Chapter-12. ( Bhakti-yogam)
Slokam-s - 6 & 7.
ye tu sarvani karmani mayi sanyasya matparah,
ananyenaiva yogena mam dhyayanta upasate.
tu ye = but one who;
sarvani karmani = all karma-s;
mayi sanyasya = submit / surrender unto Me;
mat-parah = being unto Me as the Supreme Goal;
ananyena eva yogena = without distraction, fixing his mind, on that goal only;
mam dhyayanta upasate = meditate that Supreme goal;
teṣham aham samuddharta mṛtyusamsarasagarat,
bhavami na cirat partha mayyavesitacetasam.
mayi avesita cetasam = who have their manovrutti completely based on Me;
tesham = for them;
partha! aham = hey arjuna! I;
na cirat = without delay;
mṛtyu-samsara-sagarat = from the ocean of life and death;
samuddharta bhavami = I give liberation ( from the ocean of samsaram) to them.
To such devotees as these who always are in communion with Lord Krishna in their hearts and minds, He Himself personally becomes their saviour by being their samuddharta or deliverer from mrtyu-samsara-sagarat or the deadly ocean of the perpetual cycle of birth and death which is the principle barrier which stops the atma's or eternal souls of all jivas or embodied from attaining Him when the end of each physical life has transpired.
Being so requested the Supreme Lord Krishna continues to reveal that unlike the path of the abstract, unmanifest, impersonalists which is dukham or miserable; His devotees are quickly delivered from mrtyu-samsara-sagarat or the deadly, never ending cycle of birth and death in the material existence and they attain atma-tattva or soul realisation by His grace.
Those who mayi sannyasya mat-parah or dedicate all their activities to Lord Krishna and mayy avesita-cetasam or whose hearts are absorbed in thinking of Him without ananyenaiva or motives of exploitation and remuneration and who are surrendered in yogena or bhakti yoga exclusive in loving devotion are Lord Krishna's true devotees who have no other goal or object of attention then Him and He personally delivers them from the endless, revolving cycle of transmigration promoting them to the eternal spiritual worlds.
Next : Slokam-8.
To be continued ...