The Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 13.34
The Yoga of Discriminating the Field and the Knower of the Field
They attain the supreme, who, with the eye of knowledge,
Know in this way the difference of the field and the knower of the field,
And the liberation of beings from prakṛti .
of the field and the field-knower thus
the distinction by the knowledge-eye
and being-from -material-nature-liberation
ye vidur yānti te param
who they know, they go, they, to the Supreme.
They who know, through the eye of knowledge,
The distinction between the field and the knower of the field,
As well as the liberation of beings from material nature,
Go to the Supreme.
End of Book XIII
The Yoga of Distinction between the Field-Knower and the Field
kṣetrakṣetrajñayos (m. gen. dual DV cpd.), of the field and the knower of the field.
antaram (n. acc. sg.), distinction, difference, relation.
jñānacakṣuṣa (n. inst. sg. TP cpd.), by the knowledge-eye, by the eye of knowledge, by the eye of wisdom.
bhūta (m.), being.
prakṛti (f.), material nature.
mokṣam (m. acc. sg.), liberation, release.
(bhūtaprakṛtimokṣam, m. acc. sg., liberation of being from material nature.)
ye (m. nom. pl.), who.
vidus (3rd pI. perfect √vid with present meaning), they know.
yānti (3rd pl. √ya), they go.
te (m. nom. pl.), they.
param (m. acc. sg.), the Supreme, the highest, to the Supreme.