"Although the Self is self evident, It is Recognized as the Supreme Clarity and as Sat-Chit-Ananda, in Nirvikalpa Samadhi, as the medium of the mind is absent. Here the Self Sees It Self By It Self and Through It Self. When the vasanas (latent karmic tendencies) are weakened and the Self spontaneously and effortlessly shines forth in all states of consciousness and all states of existence are known to exist in the Self only, that is Sahaj Samadhi. The mind has completely resolved itself in the Self. This is the Supreme Silence. The notion of goal or no goal, yoga or vedanta, bondage or liberation can have no meaning here."