485. I do not see, or hear, or know anything in this. I exist as the Self, the Eternal Bliss — distinct from every- thing else.
[ See &'c. — All finite ideas have ceased. In ihis — state of Realisation.
Distinct from everything else — being the Subject, whereas all else are objects. ]
486. Repeated salutations to thee, O noble-minded Teacher, who art devoid of attachment, the best among the good souls, the embodiment of the essence of Eternal Bliss — the One without a second, — who art infinite, and ever the boundle.ss ocean of mercy; —
487. Whose glance, like the showier of concentrated moonbeams, has removed my exhaustion brought on by the aflaiction.'^