Yoga Sutra 3.19 knowledge of the mind of another

Sūtra III.19

(From direct perception, through saṃyama) of his thought, knowledge of the mind of another

From saṃyama on his thought, direct perception of the thought, and from that, knowledge of the mind of another comes about.

(From direct perception) of his thought, knowledge of the mind of another. From saṃyama on the thought of the other, direct perception of the thought of that other; with that direct perception knowledge of the mind of another who possesses that thought.

(Opponent) But if the ideas of someone else are directly perceived, will it not mean that the yogin will become an enjoyer when that other is happy, and a sufferer when he suffers?

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