As a consequence he abandons the concept of good and Viparita Karani Yoga Pose bad deeds and whatever good or bad deeds he might have performed in the past their residual impressions have now lost their capacity for fruition. Just as a scorched Viparita Karani Yoga Pose seed fails to germinate, similarly good and bad deeds then become incapable of generating results such as rebirth after death.
It may be asked: how can the unlimited or uncontracted pure consciousness become embodied? This is explained in the following verse: When this body is destroyed, pure consciousness once again becomes a limited intellect buddhi by the formation of its future body in conformity with the fruits of this body's present deeds. Actions perfomed by the limited intellect buddhi, accompanied by the experience of the Self in the not-self such as the body, which is caused by ignorance of the real Self produces defilement in the form of desire.
Actions performed with such feelings of attachment like I shall perform the aioaniedha sacrifice so that 1 will secure happiness and not misery in this life and also in heaven after death, or I will attain the elevated position of Indra the ruler of heaven, produce corresponding residual impressions which in turn initiate and govern the performance of further actions.