108 Sūtra Study Pointers – 183 – The motives and state of mind of the teacher can also vary…

The motive and state of mind of the teacher can
also vary and therefore produce varying results.
Thus the influence may or may not be for good,
depending on the person who is influencing and
the source of their powers; except in the case of Yoga,
because the actions of a Yogin are free of selfinterest.
Thus, the motivation and intention of the teacher are
important in helping the student illuminate their Nimitta.
– Paul Harvey on Yoga Sūtra Chapter Four verses 5-6

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