Finally, the fourth chapter of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra is about liberation - Kaivalya Pada.

Yoga-Sutra

Kaivalya-Pada

Sentence 22

chiter-aprati-sankramayah tad-akara-apattau svabuddhi sam-vedanam ||22||

चितेरप्रतिसंक्रमायाः तदाकाराअपत्तौ स्वबुद्धि संवेदनम् ॥२२॥

citer-aprati-saṁkramāyāḥ tad-ākāra-āpattau svabuddhi saṁ-vedanam ॥22॥

Unlike the characteristic of that which is immutable in human beings, the true self is unchangeable and can thus achieve full knowledge and self knowledge. ||23||


citeḥ = of the mind; of the consciousness; draṣṭu; the true self
aprati = not
saṁkramāyāḥ = to move around; to live unsteadily;
concerning a person who moves from place to place
tad = that; chitta
ākāra = form; being; nature
anyata = attain
sva = proprietary
buddhi = knowing; intellect
svabuddhi = self knowledge
saṁ = fully; completely
vedanam = (from veda) knowledge; perception

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