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18.46 The man who is free from doubts and whose mind is free does not bother about means of liberation. Whether seeing, hearing, feeling smelling or tasting, he lives at ease.
18.47 He whose mind is pure and undistracted from the simple hearing of the Truth sees neither something to do nor something to avoid nor a cause for indifference.
18.48 The straightforward person does whatever arrives to be done, good or bad, for his actions are like those of a child.
18.49 By inner freedom one attains happiness, by inner freedom one reaches the Supreme, by inner freedom one comes to absence of thought, by inner freedom to the Ultimate State.
18.50 When one sees oneself as neither the doer nor the reaper of the consequences, then all mind waves come to an end.