|The transfigured self of him who has attained self-control and equanimity is unruffled in cold and heat, pleasure and pain, honour and disagree.
After one has trained oneself to be a Karma-yogin, that is to say, to do the duties that fall to one's lot without selfish desire and without agitation as to success of failure, one is advised as often as possible to withdraw from the world for deep and undisturbed meditation. Such meditation is a great aid to secure serenity of mind. Yoga in the following slokas is the practice of such meditation: -
Let the yogi often retire to a secluded place, alone, with mind controlled, and divesting himself of wishes and of all thought as to possessions, and concentrate his mind on his soul.