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

Yoga-Sutra

Kaivalya-Pada

Sentence 25

vishesha-darshinah atmabhava-bhavana-nivrittih ||25||

विशेषदर्शिनः आत्मभावभावनानिवृत्तिः ॥२५॥

viśeṣa-darśinaḥ ātmabhāva-bhāvanā-nivr̥ttiḥ ॥25॥

For he who has experienced this unique vision (darshana), the desire (vritti) for self fulfillment vanishes. ||25||


viśeṣa = (iic.) uniqueness; distinction
darśinaḥ = (acc. pl. m./nom. pl. m./g. sg. m. abl. sg. m./g. sg. n./abl. sg. n. from darśin) for/by he who sees
ātma = (iic. from ātman) the true self
bhāva = (iic.) goal
ātma-bhāva = self fulfillment; self knowledge
bhāvanā = (nom. sg. f. from bhāvana) determination; wish; desire
nivr̥ttiḥ = (nom. sg. f. from nivr̥tti) cessation of all thinking, misconceptions and thought waves

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