The mahavakya “Aham Brahmasmi” is greatest among all knowledge. Even after realizing the truth, it is always good to put mind into Bhakti (Devotion) and/or Jnana (Knowledge) and move on with life. Because vasanas (inborn nature) attained through various births are strong and it can put one into the trench of lust, anger, greed, lies, selfishness, ego and make one yoga brashta. Until all the vasanas are burnt in the fire of knowledge, enlightenment is away. Mananam (continuous thinking about knowledge of self realization) and Nidhidyasanam (repeated meditation and practice of the knowledge) can be continued till the dissolution of mind. They are more important than doing yogasanas (yoga postures) and pranayama (breathing exercise) which only helps to steady body and then mind, but not dissolve the mind. Until mind dissolves, vasanas play. Bhakti along with Jnana will dissolve mind along with vasanas.