Yoga Sutra 3.14 indeterminable dharmas is the dharmin

SÅ«tra III.14 What conforms to the subsided, uprisen, and indeterminable dharma-s is the dharmin The dharma itself is the appropriate particularization of the mere potentiality of the dharmin. This potentiality of the dharmin is the dharma itself. It is inferred as an actual existence from the difference in effects to which it gives rise, one after another in the one (dharmin). Of these, one that is visible is the present, exercising its own special function, and it is distinguished from other dharma-s which are either subsided or indeterminable. But when it accommodates itself to the common basis, being then simply the true nature of the dharmin, what is there to be distinguished, and by what? What, then, is the dharmin? In an enduring basis, with the cessation of one dharma, another rises up, and this is called change. What conforms to the subsided, uprisen, and indeterminable, what is always conforming …

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