uparāgaDevanāgarī: उपराग Translation: the act of dyeing or colouring; a variation in the musical mode Similar words:rāga Opposite words:dveṣa, vairāgya
Appears inYoga Sūtra:
Chapter 4: 17
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“What you are looking at is coloured
by where you are looking from.
Where you are looking from is coloured
by what you are looking at.
So the mind may know or not know,
where it is actually looking from,
or what it is actually looking at.
Or even not know that it doesn’t know
the nuances inherent in what and where.”
– Paul Harvey on Yoga Sūtra Chapter Four verse 17
“According to Patañjali,
even when you have something in front of you,
you may not see it.
Even when you don’t have something in front of you,
but you want to see it,
you will see it.
Everything depends on YOU.”
– TKV Desikachar Madras December 19th 1988