Haṭha Pradīpikā Chapter One verse 3

भ्रान्त्या बहुमतध्वान्ते राजयोगम् अजानताम् ।
हठप्रदीपिकां धत्ते स्वात्मारामः कृपाकरः ॥

bhrāntyā bahumata-dhvānte rāja-yogam-ajānatām |
haṭha-pradīpikāṃ dhatte svātmārāmaḥ kṛpākaraḥ ||

The most compassionate Svātmārāma offers the special light
of Haṭha for people unable to know Râja Yoga owing to
the darkness arising from the confusion of opinions.

bhrāntyā - perplexed, confused, being in doubt or errorbahumata - having many different opinions; much thought of, highly esteemed, valueddhvānta - darkness, night; covered, veiled, darkrāja - a king, sovereign, chief or best of its kindyoga - the act of yoking, joining, attaching, harnessing; a yoke, team, vehicle, conveyance; employment, use, application, performance; a means, expedient, device, way, manner, methodajānata - being ignorant; by a person without knowledge; not knowing; those who are unaware ofhaṭha - force, forceful; by force, forciblypradīpikā - special light or lampdhatte - offerssvātmārāma - name of an authorkṛpākara - ‘a mine of compassion’, extremely compassionate