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दृग्दर्शनशक्त्योरेकात्मतैवास्मिता

dr̥g-darśana-śaktyor-ekātmata-iva-asmitā

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Drasta und Citta, das unsterbliche und sehende mit dem sterblichen und meinenden Selbst zu verwechseln is die Selbstbezogenheit (Asmita)

śakti = Kraft / Energie
dr̥kśakti = Die Kraft des Drasta (des sehenden selbst)
darśana-śakti = Die Kraft des Citta (meinendes Selbst)
eka = Eins
ekātmatā = Einheit
eva = als ob
asmitā = Identifikation mit dem meinenden Selbst, Egoismus

Erklärung: Selbstbezogenheit entsteht durch die Verwechslung des unsterblichen Wesenkerns mit der unbeständigen Persönlichkeit.

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Kriya Yoga Sutras des Patañjali

Sādhana-Pāda – Die Ausführung – Sutra 6

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