Bhagavad Gita Chapter 2, Shlok 54

śhrī bhagavān uvācha
prajahāti yadā kāmān sarvān pārtha mano-gatān
ātmany-evātmanā tuṣhṭaḥ sthita-prajñas tadochyate

 The Supreme Lord said: O Parth, when one discards all selfish desires and cravings of the senses that torment the mind, and becomes satisfied in the realization of the self, such a person is said to be transcendentally situated.

Word by Word Meaning:

prajahāti - discards
yadā - when
kāmān - selfish desires
sarvān - all
pārtha - Arjun, the son of Pritha
manaḥ-gatān - of the mind
ātmani - of the self
eva - only
ātmanā - by the purified mind
tuṣhṭaḥ - satisfied
sthita-prajñaḥ - one with steady intellect
tadā - at that time
uchyate - is said

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