Yogi Transcends the sleep and awake states
Śāstra Pramāṇa, scriptural authority:
Sadashiva reveals in Amanaskayogah (Chapter 2, Verse 108)
निर्मल-सहज-स्थित-पुरूषे न दिवा-रात्रि-भेदोऽस्ति |
जागर-शयन-विवर्जित-चिन्-मात्रानन्द-संस्थानात् || १०८ ||
nirmala-sahaja-sthita-purūṣe na divā-rātri-bhedo’sti |
jāgara-śayana-vivarjita-cin-mātrānanda-saṃsthānāt || 108 ||
A Yogi who is established in the state of Sahaja and is free (from bondage of) mind, does not see any difference between day and night, since he has transcended both states of awake and sleep. He remains in the state of Cit (Pure Consciousness) and Bliss.
Credit: Amanaskayogah : A Treatise on Laya Yoga. Editors: Dr. Manmath M. Gharote, Dr. Vijay Kant Jha, Dr Parimal Devnath. Published by The Lonavla Yoga Institute (India).
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