81. O Nirbhaya, there is no limit to greed. Thou wilt receive what is thy fate. Even if thou strivest thou wilt not alter the writing of fate on thy forehead.
82. O Nirbhaya, what sense is there anxiety? Thou dost not understand the truth. Resort to thy Sad-Guru. In his presence every anxiety will be well resolved.
83. O Nirbhaya, passionate love brings pleasure laughter, but it also extends the limit of thy loss. It is better to turn thy face from it before grief comes.
84. O Nirbhaya, the core of passion and illusion will be well destroyed if thou for forgettest everything in this maze of the world – deceit, opinion, pride, impurity and selfishness.
85. O Nirbhaya! Obliterate the taint of love of gold and women – they degrade the soul.
86. O Nirbhaya, put a quick end to quarrels, lying, needless anxieties and bustle. If the whole strivest too much, though wilt only break thy own neck.
87. Forget thy delusions; pride, avarice and attachments are unworthy of thy notice,
88. O Nirbhaya, burn up thy vasanas with the force of a whirlwind. In the hope of burning water, already half thy life has passed away.
89. O Nirbhaya, whatsoever thou lovest, love with all thy heart. This is the test – to know to say no to all else.
90. O Nirbhaya, today thou art very much agitated owing to anger with someone. This is the time to exert thyself in the self-control.
These stanzas should be repeated slowly every day by devotees of God.
This practice will be found most helpful,