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18.6 Knowing everything as just imagination, and himself as eternally free, how should the wise man behave like a fool?
18.7 Knowing himself to be God and being and non-being just imagination, what should the man free from desire learn, say or do?
18.8 Considerations like I am this or I am not this are 3nished for the yogi who has gone silent realising Everything is myself.
18.9 For the yogi who has found peace, there is no distraction or one-pointedness, no higher knowledge or ignorance, no pleasure and no pain.
18.10 The dominion of heaven or beggary, gain or loss, life among men or in the forest, these make no difference to a yogi whose nature it is to be free from distinctions.