शौचात् स्वाङ्गजुगुप्सा परैरसंसर्गः ॥४०॥
śaucāt svāṅga-jugupsā parairasaṁsargaḥ ||40||

[RS] 2.40 Purity (shaucha) results in the abandonment of physicality and the cessation of physical contact with external things.

[JW] 2.40 As a result of cleanliness there is disgust at one's own body and no intercourse with others.

[SS] 2.40 By purification arises disgust for one's own body and for contact with other bodies. [p142]

[EB] 2.40 By cleanliness, one [develops] distaste for one's body and the cessation of contact with others. [p267]

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(शौचात्, śaucāt) = purity; purification; cleanliness; hygiene
(स्वा, svā) = their own
(अङ्ग, aṅga) = body; limbs
(स्वाङ्ग, svāṅga) = one’s own body
(जुगुप्सा, jugupsā) = disinclined, distanced from, drawn away from
(परैः, paraiḥ) = with others; from others; from the outside
(असंसर्गः, asaṁsargaḥ) = cessation of contact, non-association