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He is called a jivanmukta — he lives but at the same time he is liberated. So, you
first understand the nature completely, then bring it under your control and then
push it aside and get liberated. Sometimes people try to renounce the world by ...
He who comes to this stage always retains this knowledge. In this state he
becomes a jivanmukta, a realized saint. Jivan means one who lives; mukta
means liberated, so he is a liberated living being. He lives, eats and talks like
anybody else, ...
A jivanmukta is neither to be blamed nor praised for his actions. Just as you
watch him acting, he himself watches him. All the praise and blame go to his
body and mind — not to him. Sometimes students ask what happens to the
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Tobias.Bruell - LibraryThing
This text seems to be a transcript of a series of lectures given by Satchidananda (henceforth called "Commentator") to his students. Each verse of the Yoga-Sutra is first given in various forms ... Read full review
Review: Yoga Sutras of PatanjaliUser Review - Jayme - Goodreads
One of my favourite translations of the Yoga Sutras. It includes the Devanagari and transliteration along with practical and accessible commentary that resonates with the modern reader. My only ... Read full review