Hari Om. Pranams.
Thanks Vignesh ji for bringing out the gyst of the last two instructions.
Here is my reflection -
39. Experience and exhaust the past actions that have started Prarabdham
Prarabdha - results of "my doing" of the past, inevitable like a shot arrow, goes away only by exhausting
Attitude towards exhausting Prarabdha - given by the Lord to mould us, surrender, patient heroism
Attitude towards others while exhausting - silent dignity, shameless courage, humility
Lesson to be learnt - make sure all actions are "Ishvarapitam Necchayakrutam" (not sprouting from egocetric desire and offered to the Lord.). Even better is - live as "an instrument of the Lord", let all actions sprout from His will ( no present and future actions of one's own making)
40. Thereafter live absorbed in the Bhav, " I am Brahman"
End of ignorance, plurality, finitude, sorrow, changes, bondage of time
Bhav - Supreme Divinity (Brahman) alone is everything everywhere, HE is "I' and "I" is HE, there is nothing other than Him, Many manifestations is Self, Self enlivening all forms, there is no 'I' other than 'Self", "I" in Me is "I" in everybody
(like if a 'dream-experiencer' realises in a dream that he is a 'Dreamer'. All dream forms, dream-beings are also 'Dreamer' (Self) alone.)
"I am Brahman" bhav is not a slogan to prattle or not a vanity to be screamed, it will be seen reflected in all actions.