Srimad Bhagavad-Gita :
Chapter-13. ( Kshetra-kshetrajna-vibhaga-yogam )
Through the way, of "VIVEKAM and VICHARAM" if to separate ( both ) and knowing and experiencing them, by 'Dyanam' renouncing the attachment towards body-mind-bhuddhi, one can attain mokasham from 'Kshetram' and the connected miseries of 'Samsaram'.
Thereafter, the 'Jivatma' ( Kshetragjnan ) leave the "Pariccinna-bhavam" ( body ) and then joins, its own "Svasvarupam" ( Paramatma-Bhavam ).
The Jivatma which is citta-svarupi, engaged in the field of sensuous objects, thereon know and experience them, then becomes ' kartrutva-bhoktrutva-abhiman, jiva.
It means that the Suddha-chaithanyam ( Pure-inner-Self ) when relates / mix / joins with 'Kshetram' it becomes 'Kshetragjnan'.
If 'Kshetram' is removed from 'Kshetragjnan' the balance is '' Suddha-chaithanyam' only.
[ Kshetragjnan minus Kshetram = Suddha-jnanan ( Prajnanam ) ].
That itself Pari-purnam and Ananda-svarupan too.
This chapter if Sadhaka studies at most care, he will attain the inner sight and experience of atyatmic-secrets,
Next : Slokam-1. ( Arjuna question to Lord Sri Krishna )
To be continued ...