Yoga Sutra 3.48 the body can travel with unsurpassable speed

Sūtra III.48

From that, speediness as of the mind, independence of physical organs, and conquest of nature

From that (mastery of the senses), the body can travel with unsurpassable speed like that of the mind. Then, the senses can operate independent of a body in regard to any determined place, time and object.

Conquest of nature (pradhāna) is mastery of all effects of prakṛti-causes.

These three perfections are called Honey-formed, and they are acquired by conquering the five aspects (of the senses).

From that, speediness as of the mind, independence of physical organs, and conquest of nature (pradhāna). From that, from mastery of the senses the body can travel with unsurpassable speed like that of the mind, unsurpassable in that nothing can go faster than that. Independence of physical organs means that the senses independent of a body, dissociated from a body, can operate in regard to any determined place and determined time and determined object. Mastery of all prakṛti-causes and their effects means mastery of the eight prakṛti-s and their effects, and this is mastery of nature.

These three are called Honey-formed (madhu-pratīka) and they are acquired by conquering the five aspects (of the senses).

 

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