- paśyed ātmany ado viśvaṁ
- pare sad-asato 'vyaye
- ātmānaṁ ca paraṁ brahma
- sarvatra sad-asan-maye
paśyet—one should see; ātmani—in the Supreme Soul; adaḥ—this; viśvam—universe; pare—beyond; sat-asataḥ—the creation or cause of creation; avyaye—in the Absolute, which is free from deterioration; ātmānam—himself; ca—also; param—the supreme; brahma—absolute; sarvatra—everywhere; sat-asat—in the cause and in the effect; maye—all-pervading.
The sannyāsī should always try to see the Supreme pervading everything and see everything, including this universe, resting on the Supreme.