Chapter II sloka 66

naiSt buiÏryuKtSy n cayuKtSy -avna,
n ca-avyt> zaiNtrzaNtSy k…t> suom!.

n˜sti buddhirayuktasya
na c˜yuktasya bh˜van˜ |
na c˜bh˜vayata× þ˜ntih
aþ˜ntasya kuta× sukham ( 2|66)||

There is no knowledge of the Self to the unsteady and to the unsteady no meditation is possible, and to the unmeditative there can be no peace, and to thee man who has no peace, how can there be happiness?