Chapter IV Sloka 26

aeadInIiNya{yNye s<ymai;u juit,
zBdadIiNv;yanNy #iNyai;u juit

rotrdnndriyyanye 
sayamgniu juhvati |
abddnviaynanya 
indriygniu juhvati ( 4|26)||

Some again offer the organ of hearing and other senses as sacrifice in the fire of restraint; others offer sound and other objects of the senses as sacrifice in the fire of the senses.
Commentary:
Some Yogis are constantly engaged in restraining the senses. They gather their senses under the guidance of the Self and do not allow them to come in contact with the sensual objects. This is also an act of sacrifice. Others direct their senses only to the pure and unforbidden objects of the senses. This is also kind of sacrifice.