Chapter 12: Devotional Service
mayy avesya mano ye mam
te me yuktatama matah
çré bhagavän uväca—the Supreme Personality of Godhead said; mayi—unto Me; äveçya—fixing; manaù—mind; ye—one who; mäm—unto Me; nitya—always; yuktäù—engaged; upäsate—worships; çraddhayä—with faith; parayä—transcendental; upetäù—engages; te—they; me—Mine; yuktatamäù—most perfect; matäù—I consider.
The Blessed Lord said: He whose mind is fixed on My personal form, always engaged in worshiping Me with great and transcendental faith, is considered by Me to be most perfect.
In answer to Arjuna's question, Kåñëa clearly says that he who concentrates upon His personal form and who worships Him with faith and devotion is to be considered most perfect in yoga. For one in such Kåñëa consciousness there are no material activities because everything is done by Kåñëa. A pure devotee is constantly engaged-sometimes he chants, sometimes he hears or reads books about Kåñëa, or sometimes he cooks prasädam or goes to the marketplace to purchase something for Kåñëa, or sometimes he washes the temple or the dishes-whatever he does, he does not let a single moment pass without devoting his activities to Kåñëa Such action is in full samädhi.