Sāṃkhya Kārikā verse 67

samyak-jñāna adhigamāt dharmadīnām akāraṇa prāptau | tiṣṭhati saṃskāra vaśāt cakra bhramivat dhṛta śarīraḥ ||

sāmya - equality, evenness, equilibrium, equipoise, equal or normal state; likeness, sameness, identity withjñāna - knowing; knowledge; higher knowledgeadhigama - the act of attaining, acquisition; acquirement, mastery, study, knowledge; realised; attaineddharma - essential qualities, according to the nature of anything; highest duty; customary observance or prescribed conductakaraṇa - not making, effectingprāpti - attaining to, reaching, arriving at, arrival, coming; coming or lighting upon, meeting with, finding; obtaining, getting, gaining, acquisition, profit, gain, advantage; range; the power of obtaining everything, one of the eight superhuman facultiestiṣṭhati - to subsist; abide; stay; reside; sit; stop; dwellsaṃskāra - tendencies, psychological imprint, mental impression, habitual potency; making sacred, hallowing, consecration, making ready, preparation; a sacred or sanctifying ceremonyvaśa - will, wish, desire; willing, submissive, obedient, subject to or dependent oncakra - a circle; a mystical circle or diagram; a circle or depression of the body; a potter's wheel; a discus or sharp circular missile weaponbhrama - turning round, revolving, rotationdhṛta - held, borne, maintained, supported, kept, possessed; continuing, existing, being;śarīra - the body, bodily frame, solid parts of the body