Yoga Sūtra Chapter Two verse 25

तदभाबात्संयोगाभावो हानं तद्दृशेः कैवल्यम् ॥२५॥

tat-abhāvāt-saṃyoga-abhāvaḥ hānaṃ tat-dṛśeḥ kaivalyam ||25||

That non-appearance is
the non-appearance of the conjunction,
that giving up is the seer in its abstraction.

tat - that, thisabhāva - non-appearance, non-existence, absence, nullitysaṃyoga - conjunctionhāna - the act of abandoning, relinquishing, giving up, escaping, getting rid of; gone or departed; cessationdṛś - to see, behold, look at, regard, considerkaivalya - independence, freedom, emancipation, solitude, isolation, aloneness, separateness, abstraction, not connected with anything else; uncompounded, unmingled

Commentaries and Reflections

Commentary by T Krishnamacharya:

Avidyā and Freedom do not exist together.
Here Avidyā represents both the basis and attitude towards our action.
The aim of Yoga is to reach that state where our actions are not based on Avidyā.”