स्पर्शान्कृत्वा बहिर्बाह्यांश्चक्षुश्चैवान्तरे भ्रुवोः।
प्राणापानौ समौ कृत्वा नासाभ्यन्तरचारिणौ।।5.27।।
।।5.27।। बाह्य विषयों को बाहर ही रखकर नेत्रों की दृष्टि को भृकुटि के बीच में स्थित करके तथा नासिका में विचरने वाले प्राण और अपानवायु को सम करके।।
Stopping all activities of the external senses prepares one to qualify for practising meditation. Sitting in an erect posture, focusing the eyes half closed between the eyebrows or the tip of the nose, equalising the breath until suspended rendering the mind and sense incapable of moving to any other location except to the atma or soul. Due to fulfilling the above meditation one is automatically freed from desire, fear and doubts. Whose sole goal and aim is moksa or liberation. Determinedly intent on achieving atma tattva or soul realisation such a person is considered to be liberated even before fully accomplishing the goal as it is a certainty it will be achieved. The ease which this karma yoga or selfless performance of prescribed Vedic activities with its nitya or daily duties and its naimitika or occasional duities having yoga or the science of the individual consciousness attaining communion with the ultimate consciousness will next be revealed.