abhava-pratyaya-alambana vrtti nidra 11.
Memory is the recollection of an experienced condition.
Through practice and dispassion arises restraint.
abhyasa-vairagyabhyam tan nirodhah
Effort in remaining there is practice.
tatra sthitau yatno'bhyasah
But that is firmlt situated when carefully attended to for a long time without interuption.
sa tu dirgha-kala-nairantarya-satkara-asevito drdha-bhumih sah
Dispassion is the knowledge of mastery in one who thirsts not for conditions seen or heard.
drsta-anusravika-visaya-vitrsnasya vasikara-samjna vairagyam
That highest (dispassion) - thirstlessness for the
- [proceeds] from the discernment of
tat param purusa-khyater buna-vaitrsnyam
[arises] from association with discursive thought, reflection, bliss, and I-am-ness.
The other (state) has
only and is proceded by practice and the intention of cessation.
Of the one who are absorbed in
and discarnate, [there is] an intention of becoming.
Of the others it is proceded by faith, energy, mindfulness, samadhi, and wisdom.