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ता एव सबीजस्समाधिः

tā eva sabījas-samādhiḥ

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Diese vier Arten der Erkenntnisszustände (Samāpatti), werden Sabija-Samādhi genannt, die vollkommene Erkenntnis bezogen auf ein Thema

= jene, diese Bewusstseinszustände
eva = nur, auch sogar
sabīja = mit Samen, Sabija Samadhi, Ein Zustand von Samadhi
samādhiḥ = Samadhi, Zustand, der durch Yoga erreicht werden kann, Ziel des Yoga

Erklärung: Diese vier Arten der Erkenntnisszustände (Samāpatti), werden Sabija-Samādhi genannt, die vollkommene Erkenntnis bezogen auf ein Thema.

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Kriya Yoga Sutras des Patañjali

Sāmadhi-Pāda – Die vollkommene Erkenntnis – Sutra 46

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