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

Yoga-Sutra

Kaivalya-Pada

Sentence 18

sadajnatah chitta-vrttayah tat-prabhoh purushasya-aparinamitvat ||18||

सदाज्ञाताः चित्तव्र्त्तयः तत्प्रभोः पुरुषस्यापरिणामित्वात् ॥१८॥

sadājñātāḥ citta-vrttayaḥ tat-prabhoḥ puruṣasya-apariṇāmitvāt ॥18॥

The true self can always observe the misconceptions (vritti) in that which is mutable in human beings, because this pure self (purusha) is not in motion. ||18||


sadā = always
jñātāḥ = known
citta = all that is mutable in human beings; mind; spirit
vr̥ttayaḥ = waves; thought waves, misconceptions
tat-prabhoḥ = from one’s master; master
puruṣasya =~~ = the true self; drashtu
apariṇāmitvāt = owing to immutability

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