'Lodge your breath in your head and meditate on the nature of the Supreme'.
‘Yah sarvatraanabhisnehah tattat
praapya subhaasubham naabhinandati na dveshti tasya prajnaa pratishtitaa.’
aatmatruptascha maanavah aatmanyeva cha santusthtah tasya kaaryam na vidyate.’
These verses say that for him, whose mind
is controlled, there is no thought, or speech, no sight or hearing. For him who is in
Again, the Lord says: Do not live
amidst crowds. Seek a secluded spot. Go to the solitude of a mountain or a forest. Do not
talk to any one. Thus too does the Lord teach.
If one should I've far away from human haunts, how to fight then? How reconcile
the command to light with seeking solitude. ‘But the Lord says this and that too'
In another place He says:
. He praises the rare souls who see the same Supreme Being in
'Sit alone; do not eat too much. He who
eats much cannot perform yoga: