"and are past bondages. The fact is, that which , is only . It is and . We say ‘here is a table’, ‘there is a bird’, or ‘there is a man’. There is thus a difference in name and form only, but which , is and at . That is what is known as - , omnipresent. To say that a thing is existent, there must be someone to see — a Seer. That intelligence to see is known as - . There must be someone to say, ‘I see it, I hear it, I want it’. That is - . All these three are the attributes of nature — the natural Self. They are also called , .”
"There is a picture presented to you on a. That is - , and the that shows the pictures is - and - . The with and come and go. If one is not deluded by them and discards them, the canvas , which has been there all through, remains as it is."