Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 5 - Verse 27-28

sparshan kritva bahir bahyaµsh cakshush caivantare bhruvoh
pranapanau samau kritva nasabhyantara-carinau
yatendriya-mano-buddhir munir moksha-parayanah
vigateccha-bhaya-krodho yah sada mukta eva sah

Translation: 

The yogi who shuts out the external sense-objects and fixes his concentration between the eyebrows, stabilizing the inward and outward breaths that flow through the nostrils and thus controls the senses, the mind and intelligence, is dedicated to the attainment of liberation. He is never bound by desires stemming from lust, fear and anger and is certainly always liberated.

Translation: 

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