The follower does not contrive to find his self, for he knows that all which may be found of it is that which it manifests to sense and thought, which side by side with self itself, is nothing; nothing also being something, as it creates consequences by its existence and by its apparent believed none-existence due to interpretation. Nothing is therefore something existing within the consequence of its nothingness.* It is by sheathing intellect’s bright light that the follower remains at one with his own self, ceasing to be aware of it, by placing it away. So detached, he is unified with his external world; by being selfless he is fulfilled, thus the pure self is assured.
* Note of explanation: Doing nothing, or the absence of doing something, has consequence, due to the absence of the action or the object. Therefore, it is necessary to look at both sides of a thing: the doing or not doing, the being or not being, before taking action or deciding to not act.