The first is practised by those who,
perceiving that the ego is insubstantial
and the body is a transient shadow
take the start from these ideas and proceed
until they reach the cessation of all thought.
The second is practised by those who have gone beyound
the egolessness of things, beyond individuality and generality,
beyond the ideas of ‘self’, ‘other’ and ‘both’ in order to contemplate
the necessity of the Endless Round.
The third is practised by those who realise
that the discrimination between the two forms
of egolessness is an illusion and establishing themselves
in this reality experience no discrimination.
The fourth practises the accomplishment
of incomprehensible things.