The following verse from VI.24 confirms and explains that when consciousness is absolutely absent there is a single witness emerging or remaining. This is atman/brahman. Other quotes confirm this – brahman emerges when the mind is mortified: But when the mind has been dissolved, And there is the joy whose only witness is the self
That is Brahma, the immortal, the pure! That is the way! That indeed is the world!
In such passages, liberation is clearly defined through Upanishad non-dual assumptions. The various methods facilitate the realisation of the hidden connections’, which means that the knowing subject becomes brahman ‘.
One of the most important sacred religious writings and authoritative texts Yoga poses on back on Yoga bhakti love, or devotion bindu the symbolic seed of the universe, the name Yoga poses on back of the symbolic third eye that is often seen in depictions of Shiva Brahman the Absolute, the Divine, the innermost essence oi all reality, the Creator Buddha- the Enlightened One or the Awakened One, born Prince Siddhartha Gautama around 600 B.C.E. to 500 B.C.E.