Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 2 v 61: The man of established intellect brings the [turbulent] senses under control and sits united in the Self looking to the Supreme.

The man of established intellect (2.57) identifies with the unbounded nature of contented Self, where inner contentment 'brings the [turbulent] senses under control' of desireless Self; in established intellect, no desire deep within, no attachment of the mind to turbulent phenomenal existence (2.60).  Lower self 'united' within higher Self, Nature's desires to achieve the highest levels of spiritual and material wellbeing (2.51) point attention and actions towards 'Supreme' Consciousness. 

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