The Yoga Sutras Of Patanjali - Kaivalya Pada
There are causes of memories and impressions. Effects which are
reliant and bound to causes become absent and disappear without them.
Both past and future are true. One has occurred the other is to occur.
That which has occurred characterizes that which is yet to occur.
They manifest changes in the subtle and gross qualities of nature.
Objects in nature remain real, but undergo changes
due to the awareness of oneness caused by transformation.
Objects appear similar, but each consciousness perceives them differently.
An object remains to be an object whether perceived or not perceived.
Objects remain unknown until consciousness becomes
fully aware of them. Then they are known.
The soul and its source become always known.
No longer lost in the fluctuations of consciousness.
Consciousness cannot illuminate the self and perceive life simultaneously.
Perceiving and comprehending do not occur in the same instant.