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निर्विचारवैशारद्येऽध्यात्मप्रसादः

nirvicāra-vaiśāradye-‘dhyātma-prasādaḥ

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Wenn Nirvichara-Samapatti, der Klarste der vier genannten Zustände, regelmäßig erfahren wird, dann steht die Erfahrung des Absoluten in Klarheit direkt vor einem.

nirvicārā = Nirvichara-Samapatti, der subtilste der vorangegangenen vier Zustände von Samapatti
vaiśāradye = Routine in, erfahren, geübt
adhy = davor stehen
ātma = das Absolute
prasādaḥ = Helligkeit, Klarheit

Erklärung: Die intensive Schulung der Fähigkeit, das Fühlen und Denken auszurichten, führt langfristig zu Selbsterkenntnis.

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Kriya Yoga Sutras des Patañjali

Sāmadhi-Pāda – Die vollkommene Erkenntnis – Sutra 47

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