Yoga Sūtra Chapter Three verse 25

प्रवृत्त्यालोकन्यासात् सूक्ष्माव्यावहितविप्रकृष्टज्ञानम् ॥२५॥

pravṛtti-āloka-nyāsāt-sūkṣma-vyavahita-viprakṛṣṭa-jñānam ||25||

Placing the splendour of finer cognition,
knowledge of subtle, concealed and distant.

pravṛtti - activity, exertion, efficacy, function; finer cognition, special cognition, sensuous cognition; moving onwards, advance, progressāloka - light, lustre, splendour; sight, aspect, visionnyāsa - putting down or in, placing, fixing, inserting, applying, impressing, drawing, painting, writing downsūkṣma - minute, small, fine, thin; acute, subtle, keen; an atom, intangible matter; the subtle all-pervading spirit, Supreme Soulvyavahita - screened from view, concealed, covered; separated, not contiguous or immediately connectedviprakṛṣṭa - distantjñāna - knowing; knowledge; higher knowledge