Yoga Sutra 3.41 divine hearing

Sūtra III.41 From saṃyama on the relation between hearing and space, divine hearing Space is the basis of hearing and sound. So it has been said: ‘Among hearers similarly placed, what is heard is the same for all.’ That very fact is the mark of space. It is said to be by nature free from obstruction. So it is seen that things with a form are opposites of space, since they are clearly obstructions. A sense of hearing is inferred from the perception of sound; among deaf and the not-deaf one perceives it and the other does not perceive it. Hence sound is the field of the sense of hearing alone. Divine hearing comes into operation in the yogin who has made saṃyama on the relation between hearing and space. From saṃyama on the relation between hearing and space, divine hearing. What is this relation on which the saṃyama is …

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