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1.47 I am That

YOGA SUTRAS OF PATANJALI | CHAPTER 1 - SAMADHI PADA | VERSE 46 | COMMENTARY


Nirvichar-vaishyardye adhyatam-prasadah


नीर्विचारवैशारद्येऽध्यअत्मप्रसादः॥१.४७॥

nirvica̅ravaiśāradye’dhyātmaprasādaḥ ||1.47||


Proficiency in Nirvichara bestows Divine Grace.



Yoga Sutras of Patanjali | Chapter 1 - Samadhi Pada | Verse 47 | Commentary

As one practices Nirvichara Samadhi regularly, one is again and again going beyond the distinction between the experience and experiencer. There are no two - the merge happens.


However, it must be practiced regularly. It is not a one-time touch-and-go phenomenon. 

Because the seed of impressions still exists, the person will have to go through situations and circumstances, that can cause many more impressions – causing the person to make new associations, and identify again with desires, fear and attachments, keeping the person bound in the cycle.

 

Only divine grace can work on the seed of latent impressions. This grace if obtained when one masters Nirvichara Samadhi.

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