Sāṃkhya Kārikā verse 69

puruṣārtha jñānam idaṃ guhyaṃ parama-rṣiṇā samākhyātam | sthiti utpatti pralayaḥ cintyaṅte yatṛa bhūtānām ||

puruṣa - animating principle, self, consciousness, spirit; a person, man, a human being; peopleartha - purpose, aim; sense, meaning, notion; thing, objectjñāna - knowing; knowledge; higher knowledgeiḍā - comfort, libationguhya - mystery; to be covered or concealed or hidden or kept secret, concealable, private, secret, mysterious, mysticalparama - highest, supreme, chief; the supreme or absolute being, the universal soul; mostṛṣiṇā - by the sagesamākhyāta - completely or fully related; reckoned up, enumerated; proclaimed or declared to besthiti - staying or remaining or being in any state or condition; continuance in being, maintenance of life, continued existenceutpatti - arising, birth, production, origin;pralaya - dissolution, reabsorption, destruction, annihilation; destruction of the whole world, at the end of a time periodcintya - to be thought about or imagined; to be considered or reflected or meditated uponyatra - to which place, where, wherein, wherever, whither; journeybhūta - material element, one of the 5 elements; that which is or exists, any living being; being or being like anything, consisting of, mixed or joined with