On the basis of factual evidence mentioned above, now the aspirant who has essentially understood the rarity, utility, and excellence of good speech will certainly embark upon the genuine practice of silence or only the scrupulous use of his speech. Through the medium of this practice, energy of the soul that was so far being externally wasted, is now fruitfully utilized in accomplishing control of the senses and the mind.
This self- control will substantially
contribute towards success in various stages of concentration of the
mind by making it introvert and steady and eventually culminating in
the highest transcendental meditation or a thoughtless state
(Nirvikalpa Samadhi). The practice of silence is thus of invaluable
assistance in the experiment of internal conversation of the self
with one's true self.