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181. The pure cognitive attributes of perception and knowledge rest upon Upayoga or the intrinsic nature of the pure Self. The impure emotions such as anger have no relation whatsoever with upayoga. Anger subsists on anger itself. Certainly there is no anger in the pure cognitive attributes of perception and knowledge.

182. There is no upayoga either in the eight types of karmas or in the nokarma material particles (which go to build up the various kinds of bodies). Conversely there are neither karmas nor nokarmas in upayoga.

183. When this discriminative knowledge, free from error, arises in the Self, then the nature of the Self manifests in the form of pure upayoga and he does not cause any kind of impure psychic states.

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