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Karika 1
 On account of affliction from threefold misery. inquiry (should be instituted) into the means for its removal. if (it be said that) it is useless because of the (existence of) evident means, (then we reply —) no. because of the absence of certainty and finality.
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1.2 yoga is the stilling of the changing states of mind.(Edwin F. Bryant, The Yoga Sutras of
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1.12 [The vrtti states of mind] are stilled by practice and dispassion.
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2.14 Because of virtue and vice these ( birth, span and experience) produce pleasurable and painful experience. (Swami Hariharananda , Yoga Philosophy of Patanjali with Bhasvati) 


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2.15 For one who has discrimination, everything is suffering on account of the suffering produced by consequences [of action] , by pain [itself] , and by the samskaras, as well as on account of the suffering ensuing from the turmoil of the vrttis due to the gunas . (Edwin F.Bryant, The Yoga Sutra of Patanjali)

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1.30 These disturbances are disease, idleness, doubt, arelessness, sloth, lack of detachment, misapprehension, failure to attain a base for concentration, and instability. They are distractions for the mind. (Edwin F. Bryant, The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali)

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1.31 Sorrow, dejection, restlessness of body , inhalation and exhalation arise from distractions. (Swami Hariharananda , Yoga Philosophy of Patanjali with Bhasvati)

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karika 44 Trough virtue (comes about) going upwards , and through vice , going downwards ; through knowledge salvation (is acquired) , and through the reverse (ignorance) the bondage. (Vidyasudhakara Dr. Har Dutt Sharma, M.A., Ph.D, The Samkhya—Karika)

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2.17  The conjunction between the seer and that which is seen is the cause [ of suffering ] to be avoided . (Edwin F. Bryant, The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali)

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1.6 [These five vrttis are] right knowledge, error, imagination, sleep, and memory. (Edwin F. Bryant, The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali)

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1.15 When the mind loses all desire for objects seen or described in the scriptures it acquires a state of utter desirelessness which is called detachment . (Swami Hariharananda ,Yoga Philosophy of Patanjali with Bhasvati)

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2.26 Clear and distinct (Unimpaired) discriminative knowledge is the means of liberation .(Swami Hariharananda , Yoga Philosophy of Patanjali with Bhasvati)

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