6.28 yuñjann evaṁ sadātmānaṁ (Original)

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Chapter 6

<< Chapter 6 verse 27

Simple

yuñjann evaṁ sadātmānaṁ
yogī vigata-kalmaṣaḥ
sukhena brahma-saṁsparśam
atyantaṁ sukham aśnute

‘Ever thus1 vowed to ātma, the yogi is cleansed of sin, and, with ease, tasteth the endless bliss of contact (or communion) with brahma.’

Completely vowed to ātma, the yogi is delivered from all the vast past accumulation of sins. And he comes to enjoy infinite bliss arising from brahma-communion.

Brahma-samsparśa means: contact with brahma, meaning bliss like that of brahma-bliss.

Atyanta=endless or eversomuch, means limitless. With ease (sukhena) means, without effort (anāyāsena).

That the mature state of meditation is of four kinds, is now described (verses 29 to 32):—

>> Chapter 6 verse 29

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  1. ‘Thus’ or in the manner described in verse 10, ff.

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