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Raja Yoga (Patanjali Yoga Sutras)
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In our experience of under standing sanskrit texts it is essencial to review perceptions of fellow yogi experience (aka "commentaries") yet to not take it for granted as all perceptions are essencially false being only partial in specific ornament of experiencial circumstances at very specific moment either in our or fellow yogi experience=ial self-realization.
"The living meaning only lives when we experience it in and through ourselves as life is essencially new" ~ Carl Jung (ive learned little known fact Carl Jung being yoga student :) psychiatric help offered to clients he based on his living experience of self-realization some of which he recorded in Red Book)
f.e with yoga sutras "i" manifested like karma commentator Swami Jnaneshvara about 10 years ago and reviewed his commentaries simultaneously being guided from within silently to make syllabic and in some instances singe letter (as prefixes a- and vi-) understanding looking up sanskrit dictionaries of spoken sanskrit and monier-williams guided from within to perceive unutterable composite meaning of each sutra available at that very moment of our practice revealed in consciousness silently wordlessly felt as glimpse to what Patanjali may have encoded in sanskrit in each sutra as it changes as we continue to self-liberate becoming living experience out of "fixed in stone" written record...
in our experience: the moment we take for granted any commentary of any commentator incuding so revered sacred texts and/or our experiencial perception at the moment it creates samskara we then carry within as "fixed in stone" falsity that sooner or later will have to be breathed out of self-liberating from within to breathe again... i attach as example pictures of our syllabic sanskrit translation experience record "i" made as self-help to yoga sutra 1.17
"reading" record to under stand yoga sutra 1.17 "vitarka vichara ananda asmita rupa anugamat samprajnatah"
Thank you Sopurkh.