The one who has realised the light of consciousness is seen by others to be eclipsed by the body, mind and intellect.
Connecting with this thread of non-duality, the Master goes on a series of affirmations as if the verses were a marching tune.
In the same way, the extremely active mind running into the world of objects gets completely arrested in the presence of the Brahman.
As a result of withdrawal from multitudinous actions, the individual experiences the presence of the Self alone, which is of the very nature of bliss.
All this is experienced as a feeling in the heart centre when the person is engulfed in meditation on that complete Brahman in the state of Samadhi.
As long as we serve the form which is actually the form of a corpse, the feeling of uncleanliness will not go away.
The answer to this problem is to turn the mind away from the body, the senses, from the vital air movements that sustain the body, the mind and the sense of I and the ignorance of who I truly am.
Who are you? Who am I? These are the core questions that we may remain with in life. Atma Bodha indicates the answer.