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Denying Senses Is Not Yoga, Patanjali Yoga Sutra 3

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‘Thadha Dhrashtuhu Swarupe Avasthaanam – Sutra 1. 3 (Samadhi Pada)

Man reverts to His Real Self or Nature when the Modifications of his Chiththa are controlled/managed.

  • tada – then, at that time; at the time of concentration and meditation
  • drashtuh – the seer’s, of the soul, witness, Atman, Self; from the root drsh, which means to see (It is significant to note that Patanjali is not trying to define who is the seer, or the nature of that seer. This is left to be answered or resolved in direct experience.)
  • svarupe – in its own nature, own form  or essence; (sva = own; rupa = form)
  • avasthanam – stability, settling, remaining, being in a state, resting, standing, lying, abiding; the root stha means to stand

The Real Nature of man  is being happy , Bliss.

One feels pain or sad because of the min’s modifications as a…

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