The heart (considered as the seat of intellect)

The heart (considered as the seat of intellect)

Footnote esatto ‘Enlightened Living’

To illustrate the translator’s unique position, six important words that occur in the text are given below with per complete list of their meanings as found mediante verso sensitivo-sized dictionary:

cittam: 1. Observing. attending. 2. (a) Thought, thinking, attention; (b) desire, intention, aim. 3. The mind. 4. 5. Reason, intellect, reasoning faculty.

nirodha: 1. Confinement, locking up, imprisonment. 2. Enclosing, covering up. 3. Restraint, check, suppression, control. 4. Hindrance, obstruction, opposition. 5. Hurting, punishing, injuring. 6. Annihilation, complete destruction. 7. Aversion, dislike. 8. Disappointment, frustration of hopes (per dramatic language). 9. (With the Buddhists) Suppression of pain.

pranidhana: 1. Applying, employing, application, use. 2. Great effort, energy. 3. Profound religious meditation, abstract contemplation. 4. Respectful behaviour towards. 5. Renunciation of the fruit of actions. 6. Entrance, access. 7. (With Buddhists) Verso prayer, an entreaty.

pratyaya 1. Conviction, settled belief. 2. Prerogativa, reliance, faith, confidence. 3. Conception, timore, notion, opinion. 4. Surety, certainty. 5. Knowledge, experience, cognition. 6. Per cause, ground, means of action. 7. Celebrity, aspirazione, renown. 8. Per termination, an affix or suffix. 9. An oath. 10. A dependant. 11. A usage, practice. 12. Per hole. 13. Intellect, understanding. 14. An assistant or associate. 15. An epithet of Vishnu. 16. (With Buddhists) Verso co-operating cause. 17. An instrument, a means of agency. 18. Religious contemplation. 19. Per householder who keeps a sacred fire.

samadhi: 1. Collecting, composing, concentrating. 2. Profound or abstract meditation, concentration of mind on one object, perfect absorption of thought into the one object of meditation, i.anche., the Supreme Spirit (the 8th and last tirocinio of Yoga). 3. Intentness, concentration (mediante general), fixing of thoughts. 4. Penance, religious obligation, devotion (to penance) 5. Bringing together, concentration, combination, collection. 6. Reconciliation, settling or composing differences. 7. Silence. 8. Agreement, assent, promise. 9. Requital. 10. Completion, accomplishment. 11. Perseverance durante extreme difficulties. 12. Attempting impossibilities. 13. Laying up corn (con times of famine), storing grain. 14. Per tomb. 15. The joint of the neck; verso particular position of the neck. 16. (Con rhetoric) Per figure of speech. 17. One of the ten gunas or merits of style. 18. A religious vow or self-imposed restraint. 19. Support, upholding.

vritti: 1. Being, existence. 2. Abiding, remaining, attitude, being durante a particular state. 3. State, condition. 4. Action, movement, function, operation. 5. Course, method. 6. Conduct, behaviour, course of conduct, mode of action. 7. Profession, occupation, business, employment, mode of leading life. 8. Livelihood, maintenance, means of subsistence or livelihood. 9. Wages, hire. 10. Cause of activity. 11. Respectful treatment. 12. Commentary Gloss, exposition. 13. Revolving, turning round. 14. The circumference of verso wheel or circle. 15. A complex formation requiring resolution or explanation. 16. The power or force of verso word by which it expresses, indicates or suggests verso meaning; general character or force of a word. 17. Style sopra composition. 18. Customary allowance. 19. Manner of thinking.

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