187,188, and 189. Who so restrains, through his own effort,
the Self that is immersed in the activity, whether good or bad, of yoga (thought, word and
deed), rests on pure perception and knowledge, has no desire whatsoever for alien objects
and is free from all attachments, that Self contemplates on his own unity. Such a Self
never thinks that karmas are of the nature of the Self, nor the nokarmas. Such a right
knowing Self, of the nature of perception and knowledge entirely different from alien
nature, contemplates upon his pure Self and very soon becomes identical with that Pure
Self who is free from all karmas.