107. A saint, who meditates upon soul as
free from quasi-karmic matter (No-Karma), and karmic matter, and devoid of
non-natural attributes and modifications, (is said) to have 'confession' (Alochana).
108. Nature of confession is, here, said
to be of four kinds in the scriptures, (a) confession (Alochana, (b)
eradication (Alunchhana), (c) non-deformity (avikritikarana), and (d) purity
of thoughts (Bhavashuddhi).
109. Know him, who,
having fixed his thought-activity in equanimity, realises his soul, as
observing (the practice of) confession (Alochana). Such is the teaching of the
110. Independent and
equanimous thought-activity of one's own soul, capable of extirpating the root
of the tree of karmas, is said to be "the eradication" (Aluchhana).
111. He, who realises his soul as free
from karmas and as an abode of pure attributes, obtains non-deformity (avikriti
karana) in equanimity.
112. Freedom of thought-activity from
lust, pride, deceit, and greed, etc., is purity of thought (Bhavashuddhi). So
has been preached to the deserving souls by the perceivers of universe and