Bhagavad Gita Chapter 04, Text 27

Bg 4.27

prana-karmani capare
juhvati jnana-dipite

Word for word: 
sarvani — of all; indriya — the senses; karmani — functions; prana-karmani — functions of the life breath; ca — also; apare — others; atma-samyama — of controlling the mind; yoga — the linking process; agnau — in the fire of; juhvati — offer; jnana-dipite — because of the urge for self-realization.

Translation by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada:
Others, who are interested in achieving self-realization through control of the mind and senses, offer the functions of all the senses, and of the life breath, as oblations into the fire of the controlled mind.

Purport by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada:
The yoga system conceived by Patanjali is referred to herein. In the Yoga-sutra of Patanjali, the soul is called pratyag-atma and parag-atma. As long as the soul is attached to sense enjoyment it is called parag-atma, but as soon as the same soul becomes detached from such sense enjoyment it is called pratyag-atma. The soul is subjected to the functions of ten kinds of air at work within the body, and this is perceived through the breathing system. The Patanjali system of yoga instructs one on how to control the functions of the body’s air in a technical manner so that ultimately all the functions of the air within become favorable for purifying the soul of material attachment. According to this yoga system, pratyag-atma is the ultimate goal. This pratyag-atma is withdrawn from activities in matter. The senses interact with the sense objects, like the ear for hearing, eyes for seeing, nose for smelling, tongue for tasting, and hand for touching, and all of them are thus engaged in activities outside the self. They are called the functions of the prana-vayu. The apana-vayu goes downwards, vyana-vayu acts to shrink and expand, samana-vayu adjusts equilibrium, udana-vayu goes upwards – and when one is enlightened, one engages all these in searching for self-realization.