Sankya Aphorisms of Kapila, Book ii, 29,
with the Commentary of Vijnana Acharya.
Oriental Department, May, 1896
Seership is of the Self; actor-ship, of the powers. For, as the great King, even without being engaged himself, becomes the warrior, through his army as instrument, simply through sending them, by his command; so the steadfast Spirit, through seeing and other powers, becomes the beholder, the speaker, the willer, and takes on other powers like these, by being near only, by unison, by sending them forth, by a strong attraction, like that of the iron-loving lodestone, strong without exertion.