He who knows this as seedless (Brahman), he verily becomes seedless.
The Self is not attainable even by a hundred expositions of the Vedas, nor by the study of the countless scriptures, nor through the means of intellectual knowledge, nor through rituals, nor through severe austerities, nor through Samkhya, nor through Yoga, nor through observance of four stages of life.
The Self is achieved only through contemplation and discipline. Having become tranquil, self-controlled, withdrawn from the world and indifferent to it and forbearing, he sees the Self in the Self. He becomes the Self of all.