Yoga Sutra 2.42 from contentment, attainment of unsurpassed happiness

Sūtra II.42 From contentment, attainment of unsurpassed happiness So it is said: ‘Whatever sex pleasure there may be in the world, whatever supreme happiness may be enjoyed in heaven, they cannot be accounted a sixteenth part of the happiness of destruction of craving.’ (From a Pūrāṇa – Madhusudana) So it is said: ‘Whatever sex pleasure there may be here and now in the world; whatever supreme happiness may be that of gods and others in heaven, they are not to be compared with a sixteenth part of the happiness of destruction of craving.’