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ध्यान हेयाः तद्वृत्तयः

dhyāna heyāḥ tad-vr̥ttayaḥ

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Stille Meditation (Dhyāna) auf das zu Überwindende löst Vorprägungen und Aktivitäten des meinenden Selbst (Citta) auf.

dhyāna = Meditation, Versenkung
heyāḥ = zu Vermeidendes, zu Überwindendes
tat = deren, dessen, diese
vr̥ttayaḥ = Wellen, Gedankenwellen, Trübungen des Chitta

Erklärung: Stille Meditation (Dhyāna) hilft, tief sitzende Neigungen und Aktivitäten des meinenden Selbst (Citta) aufzulösen.

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Kriya Yoga Sutras des Patañjali

Sādhana-Pāda – Die Ausführung – Sutra 11

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