1. 21

    त्वङ्मांसरुधिरस्नायुमेदोमज्जास्थिसंहतौ । विण्मूत्रपूये रमतां कृमीणां कियदन्तरम् ।। ११-२६-२१ ।।

    What difference is there between ordinary worms and persons who try to enjoy this material body composed of skin, flesh, blood, muscle, fat, marrow, bone, stool, urine and pus? ।। 11-26-21 ।।

  2. 22

    अथापि नोपसज्जेत स्त्रीषु स्त्रैणेषु चार्थवित् । विषयेन्द्रियसंयोगान्मनः क्षुभ्यति नान्यथा ।। ११-२६-२२ ।।

    Yet even one who theoretically understands the actual nature of the body should never associate with women or with men attached to women. After all, the contact of the senses with their objects inevitably agitates the mind. ।। 11-26-22 ।।

  3. 23

    अदृष्टादश्रुताद्भावान्न भाव उपजायते । असम्प्रयुञ्जतः प्राणान् शाम्यति स्तिमितं मनः ।। ११-२६-२३ ।।

    Because the mind is not disturbed by that which is neither seen nor heard, the mind of a person who restricts the material senses will automatically be checked in its material activities and become pacified. ।। 11-26-23 ।।

  4. 24

    तस्मात्सङ्गो न कर्तव्यः स्त्रीषु स्त्रैणेषु चेन्द्रियैः । विदुषां चाप्यविस्रब्धः षड्वर्गः किमु मादृशाम् ।। ११-२६-२४ ।।

    Therefore one should never let his senses associate freely with women or with men attached to women. Even those who are highly learned cannot trust the six enemies of the mind; what to speak, then, of foolish persons like me. ।। 11-26-24 ।।

  5. 25

    श्रीभगवानुवाच एवं प्रगायन् नृपदेवदेवः स उर्वशीलोकमथो विहाय । आत्मानमात्मन्यवगम्य मां वै उपारमज्ज्ञानविधूतमोहः ।। ११-२६-२५ ।।

    The Supreme Personality of Godhead said: Having thus chanted this song, Mahārāja Purūravā, eminent among the demigods and human beings, gave up the position he had achieved in the planet of Urvaśī. His illusion cleansed away by transcendental knowledge, he understood Me to be the Supreme Soul within his heart and so at last achieved peace. ।। 11-26-25 ।।