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1.41 . When the agitations of the mind are under control, the mind becomes like a transparent crystal and has the power of becoming whatever form is presented knower, act of knowing, or what is known.
1.42 . The argumentative condition is the confused mixing of the word, its right meaning, and knowledge.
1.43 . When the memory is purified and the mind shines forth as the object alone, it is called non-argumentative.
1.44 . In this way the meditative and the ultra meditative having the subtle for their objects are also described
1.45 . The province of the subtle terminates with pure matter that has no pattern or distinguishing mark.