दर्शनाच्च ॥ २१ ॥
darśanācca || 21 ||
darśanāt—On account of scriptural instruction; ca—and.
21. And on account of scriptural instruction.
The Scripture also teaches that Brahman enters into the body and other limiting adjuncts. “He made bodies with two feet and bodies with four feet. That Supreme Being first entered the bodies as a bird. He on account of his dwelling in all bodies is called the Purusha” (Brih. 2. 5. 18). Thus also the comparison in Sutra 18 is not defective.
Therefore it is established that Brahman is formless, of the nature of intelligence, and homogeneous— without any difference.