Sāṃkhya Kārikā verse 59

raṅgasya darśayitvā nivartate nartakī yathā nṛtyāt |
puruṣasya tathā ātmānaṃ prakāśya vinivartate prakṛtiḥ ||

puruṣa - animating principle, self, consciousness, spirit; a person, man, a human being; peopleātman - essence; the highest personal principle of life; the individual soul, selfprakāśa - clearness, brightness, splendour, lustre, light; visible, shining, brightprakṛti - the original producer of the material world; nature or process of matter; nature, character, constitution, temper, disposition

Commentaries and Reflections

Commentary by Paul Harvey:

Until the Dancer (Citta) deeply realises that
the Observer (Cit) of the Spectacle (Viṣaya)
is not interested in the drives (Avidyā) which animate the dance,
the Dancer continues to Dance.