अध्याय १४ :- ईश्वरXIV Isvara - Natural Dissolution of the Mind
Janaka then summarizes his exalted state with calm indifference.
॥ जनक उवाच ॥
जो पुरुष स्वभावानें शून्यचित्त आहे तो प्रारब्धकर्मानुसार आलेले विषय भोगतो. पण जसा गाढ झोपलेल्या माणसानें, उठवण्यांत आल्यानें, त्या झोपेचा पगडा असतांनाच सांगितलेलें काम करावें, त्याच प्रकारें हानिलाभाचा विचार न करतां अलिप्त व साक्षी राहून तीं कर्में करतो. ॥१॥
1. He who by nature is empty-minded, and who thinks of things only unintentionally, is freed from deliberate remembering, like one awakened from a dream.
2. As my desire has been eliminated, I have no wealth, friends, robbers, senses, scriptures or knowledge.
3. Realising my supreme self-nature in the Person of the Witness, the Lord, and the state of desirelessness in bondage or liberation, I feel no inclination for liberation.
4. The various states of one who is empty of uncertainty within, and who outwardly wanders about as he pleases, like a madman, can only be known by someone in the same condition.