Sāṃkhya Kārikā verse 27

ubhaya-ātmakam-atra manaḥ saṃkalpakam-indriyaṃ ca sādharmyāt | guṇa-pariṇāma-viśeṣāt-nānātvaṃ bāhya-bhedāḥ ca ||

ubhaya - bothātman - essence; the highest personal principle of life; the individual soul, selfatra - in this place, here at this time, there, thenmanas - mind; that which objects of sense affect; the faculty or instrument through which thoughts entersaṃkalpaka - determining, deciding, purposing; it is deliberativeindriya - faculty of sense; sense; organ of sense; organs of motor action and sensory perceptionca - andsādharmya - community or equality of duty or office or properties, sameness or identity of nature, likeness or homogeneousness withguṇa - 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 letterspariṇāma - transformation into; change, alteration, development, evolutionviśeṣa - distinction, difference between; a kind, species, individual; characteristic difference, peculiar mark, special property, speciality, peculiaritynānātva - difference, variety, manifoldnessbāhya - external; being outside, situated without, outer, exterior; diverging from, conflicting with, opposed to, having nothing to do with; not belonging to the family or country, strange, foreign; excluded from caste or the community, an out-castebheda - dividing, breaking, splitting, cleaving, rending, tearing, piercing; distinction, difference, kind, sort, species, variety; separation, division, partition, part, portion