The third chapter of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras instructs us about the progression of our practice - Vibhuti Pada.

Yoga-Sutra

Vibhuti-Pada

Sentence 50

tad-vairagyad-api dosha-bija-ksaye kaivalyam ||50||

तद्वैराग्यादपि दोषबीजक्षये कैवल्यम् ॥५०॥

tad-vairāgyād-api doṣa-bīja-kṣaye kaivalyam ॥50॥

Non-attachment (vairagya) even from that omiscience destroys the foundation of all dysbalances (dosha) and results in liberation (kaivalya). ||50||


tad = (acc. sg. n. /nom. sg. n.) that
vairāgyat = (ab. sg. n. from vairāgya) desirelessness; non-attachment; dispassion
api = (conj./prep.) even
doṣa = (iic.) impurity; dysbalances
bīja = (iic.) seed; foundation
kṣaye = (loc. sg. m./acc. du. n./nom. du. n./loc. sg. n. /acc.du. f./nom. du. f . from kṣaya) destruction
kaivalyam = (acc. sg. n./nom. sg. n. from kaivalya) liberation; enlightenment

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