The perfected ones have abandoned the illusion of duality of the observer and the object, and the consequent movement of thought. Their gaze is fixed and unwinking.
Though these sages are active in this world, they do not entertain the least notion of illusory existence.
They are firmly rooted in the abandonment of the relationship between the knower and the known.
Their consciousness is absolutely pure, purified of all images, concepts and notions.