The second chapter of Svatmarama’s Hatha yoga Pradipika, „Dvitiyo Padeshah“, tells us about Pranayama, Kumbhaka and Sat-Kriya as well as Sat-Karma.

Hatha Pradipika

dvitiyo-padeshah

Sentence 56

bhavet sattvam cha dehasya sarvopadrava-varjitah |"
anena vidhina satyam yogindro bhumi-mandale ||56||

भवेत् सत्त्वं च देहस्य सर्वोपद्रववर्जितः ।"
अनेन विधिना सत्यं योगीन्द्रो भूमिमण्डले ॥५६॥

bhavet sattvaṁ ca dehasya sarvopadrava-varjitaḥ ।"
anena vidhinā satyaṁ yogīndro bhūmi-maṇḍale ॥56॥

Das Reine des Köpers wird frei von allen Verunreinigungen. |
Durch diese Technik wird der Yogi wahrlich wie ein Gott des Himmels auf dem Erdkreis. ||56|


bhavet = er wird
sattvam = Sattva guna (Sattva, Tamas, Rajas: die drei Grundeigenschaften der Natur, das reine, das träge und das unruhige.)
ca = und
dehasya = des Körpers (gen.)
sarva = alle
upadrava = Missgeschicke, Unglücke
varjitaḥ = frei

anena = durch diese
vidhinā = Methode, Formel, Rezept
satyam = Wahrheit, wahrlich
yogi = Yogi
indraḥ = der Erste, der Führende, Herrscher, Gott der Himmel
bhūmi = Erde
maṇḍale = Kreise, Gebiet, Region

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