113. If anger is non-different from the Self, just as
upayoga, then it must result in the identity of the Self with the non-self.
114. If the pratyayas or the karmic conditions, karmas (karmic
modifications) and non-karmas (body building material particles) are identified with the
Self (in an unqualified form) it will lead to the erroneous conclusion that whatever is
Self is in reality non-self.
115. And if (you agree that) anger is one thing and the conscious Self is
entirely a different one, then like anger, the pratyayas (or conditions), karmas (karmic
modifications), and non-karmas (body-building material particles) must also be admitted to
be different (from the conscious Self