Bhagavad Gītā Chapter Two verse 45

trāiguṇyaviṣayā vedā nistrāiguṇyo bhavārjuna |
nirdvandvo nityasattvastho niryogakṣema ātmavān ||

guṇa - an ingredient or constituent or attribute of nature; a property or characteristic of all created things; qualities; a quality, peculiarity, attribute or property; the peculiar properties of the lettersātman - essence; the highest personal principle of life; the individual soul, selfbhava - re-emerge; coming into existence; birth; productiondvaṃdva - pair of oppositesnitya - eternal; constantly dwelling or engaged insattva - clarity; the quality of transparency or purity; luminous; honesty; the quality of goodness; material or elementary substance, entity, matter; nature, disposition of mind; being, existence, entity, realityyoga - the act of yoking, joining, attaching, harnessing; a yoke, team, vehicle, conveyance; employment, use, application, performance; a means, expedient, device, way, manner, method

Commentaries and Reflections

Commentary by T Krishnamacharya:

Fix yourself on something that doesn’t change
and seek something higher than material things.

Commentary by TKV Desikachar:

So aspire beyond the three Guṇa.