Yoga Sūtra Chapter Four verse 26

तदा विवेकनिम्नं कैवल्यप्राग्भारं चित्तम् ॥२६॥

tadā viveka-nimnaṃ kaivalya-prāgbhāraṃ cittam ||26||

Then, inclined towards discrimination,
the psyche has a propensity for abstraction.

tadā - then, from that time forward, at any time whenviveka - discrimination, discernment; the faculty of distinguishing and classifying things according to their real properties; the power of separating the invisible Spirit from the visible world (or spirit from matter); truth from untruthnimna - inclined towardskaivalya - independence, freedom, emancipation, solitude, isolation, aloneness, separateness, abstraction, not connected with anything else; uncompounded, unmingledprāgbhāra - inclination, propensitycitta - psyche (the totality of the human mind, conscious and unconscious); mind; heart

Commentaries and Reflections

Commentary by S Ramaswami:

“Having known this, the mind moves towards Kaivalya.
Puruṣa-Prakṛti-Viveka becomes the dominant thought.”