buddhiDevanāgarī: बुद्धि Translation: the intellectual faculty; comprehension; intelligence, discernment, judgement Related concepts:ahaṃkāra, sattva, tamas, manas, indriya, citta
Appears inYoga Sūtra: Bhagavad Gītā:
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“The Yoga Sūtra is about reflecting on that which reflects,
in order to reflect from that which is the source of attention,
rather than from that which is the scene of intention.”
– Reflections on Yoga Sūtra Chapter Three verse 49
“Ere to our Yoga Sādhana turning inwards towards engaging
the Antar Aṅga and the Ātma–Buddhi relationship,
we are advised to first turn outwards towards engaging
the Bahya Aṅga and the Manas–Indriya relationship.”
“The ten senses or Das Indriya are the gateway between the inner and the outer,
in the twin roads of this phenomena we call experience or action.
“The co-ordinator of this remarkable interface is known as Manas.
The identifier in this remarkable process is known as Ahaṃkāra.
The discerner in this remarkable trinity is known as Buddhi.
The observer in this remarkable play of experience and action is known as Cit or Puruṣa.”
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