Patanjali: Yogasutras

„II. 54: When consciousness interiorizes by uncoupling from external objects, the senses do likewise; this is called withdrawal of the senses.“

„I. 4: Otherwise, awareness takes itself to be the patterns of consciousness.“

„II. 20: Pure awareness is just seeing, itself; although pure, it usually appears to operate through the perceiving mind.“

“IV. 23: Then, consciousness can be colored by both pure awareness and the phenomenal world, thereby fulfilling all its purposes.

“IV. 34: Freedom is at hand when the fundamental qualities of nature, each of their transformations witnessed at the moment of its inception, are recognized as irrelevant to pure awareness; it stands alone, grounded in its very nature, the power of pure seeing. That is all.”

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- Dipl. Ing. Electronics - Enterprise IT-Architect - Ashtanga Yogi - Scholar of Buddhismus - Philosoph - Seeker of the absolute Truth of Reality
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