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All 4 parts of Patanjali Yoga Sutras

Fitted within 20 songs split into 2 albums one hour each: 1) Eight Magic Balls Part I and Eight Magic Balls Part II. Hear he essence of he Yoga knowledge within just 2 hours with a nice reggae background beat!


Eight Magic Balls - Part I

Jah Says OM

Leave your thought-streams naturaly to the mind.

In his own nature There the Jah dwells

Otherwise he is the same form as the thought-streams.

Five-fold thought-streams, painful and not painful.

Jah is the teacher of even the ancients.

Not being conditioned by time

Right knowledge, wrong knowledge, fancy, sleep and memory.

Right knowledge is inference, tradition and genuine cognition.

Wrong knowledge is false, illusory, erroneous beliefs or notions.

Fancy is following after word-knowledge empty of substance.

Jah is the teacher of even the ancients.

Not being conditioned by time

Jah says Om.

Jah says Om.

Pray thr Jah continuesly with devotion and without interruption over a long period of time.

Desirelessness towards the seen and the unseen gives the consciousness of mastery.

This is signified by an indifference to the three attributes, due to knowledge of the Indweller.

Cognitive meditation is accompanied by reasoning, discrimination, bliss and the sense of 'I am.'

Jah is the teacher of even the ancients.

Not being conditioned by time

Jah says Om.

Jah says Om.


Pray, Pray, Pray

Deep sleep is the mode of the mind

which has for its foundation is nothingness.

Dont allow the memory to let the mental impressions to escape.

Control these thought-streams by practice and

do not attach to the things around you

So Pray, Pray, Pray, pray , pray, pray

Because Prayer is the effort to secure steadiness.

So if you prayed - then you just gained.

Disappearance of all your obstacles

Because if you prayed - then you just gained.

Gained the contemplation

See that World is the Reason for all Formless beings

Find it through the Merging into unitive conciousness

Avoid being the one whose clarity

is guided by faith, magic, memory

Grow through passion meditation pass the Equalminded contemplation

So just try to stop your mind until only slight impressions remains.

Passions, Sins and Concious mind moods

engaging us with Jah

Jah is dwelling within you, full and universal.

He is Untouched by actions, afflictions, impressions or results.

In God, the seed of omniscience is unsurpassed.


Disease, inertia and doubt,

lack of enthusiasm, laziness,

sensuality, mind-wandering,

missing the point, instability

these are the obstacles in our minds

- these are distractions of the mind

these are the obstacles in our minds

- these are distractions of the mind

Pain, despair and nervousness,

disordered inspiration and expiration

are together with our mind obstacles.

so prevent these obstacles,

reach for the one truth constantly.

reach for the one truth constantly

By cultivating friendliness towards happiness

and compassion towards misery,

gladness towards virtue and

indifference towards vice,

the mind becomes pure.

the mind becomes pure!

So reach for the one truth constantly.

reach for the higher truth constantly

reach for the higher truth constantly

and reach for the higher truth constantly

By retention of the energy

and mental equanimity

you may gain the mind expulsion

and conciousnes activity

and conciousnes activity

IT'l cause you mental steadiness

Or the state of sorrowless Light

Or the mind taking focus on become a frefree of compulsion

freed of compulsion

freed of compulsion


Depending on the knowledge of dreams and sleep.

Or by meditation as desired.

The mastery of one in Union extends from the finest atomic particle to the greatest infinity.

When the agitations of the mind are under control, the mind becomes like a transparent crystal and has the power of becoming whatever form is presented.

knower, act of knowing, or what is known.

The argumentative condition is the confused mixture

of words with its right meaning, and knowledge.

When memory is purified and mind shines alone,

Then you are in non-argumentative condition

In this way the meditative and the ultra-meditative having the subtle for their objects are also described.

The province of the subtle terminates with pure matter that has no pattern or distinguishing mark.

These constitute seeded contemplations.

On attaining the purity of the ultra-meditative state there is the pure flow of spiritual consciousness.

Therein is the faculty of supreme wisdom.

The wisdom obtained in the higher states of consciousness is different from that obtained by inference and testimony as it refers to particulars.

The habitual pattern of thought stands in the way of other impressions.

With the suppression of even that through the suspension of all modifications of the mind, contemplation without seed is attained.


Part Two

on Spiritual Disciplines

By living in Austerity, the study of sacred texts, and the dedication of actions to God creates your Mystic Union.


Reduce the troubles of your life and fix your mind on Jah

Be free from all impurities and agitations, or on One's Own Reality


Avoid five troubles of your life: ignorance, egoism, attachment, aversion, and the desire to cling to life.

Whether they are dormant or attenuated, partially overcome or fully operative - ignorance is the breeding place for all the others

Ignorance is taking the non-eternal for the eternal, the impure for the pure, evil for good and non-self as self.


These patterns when subtle may be removed by developing their contraries. Their active afflictions are to be destroyed by meditation.


Egoism is the identification of the power that knows with the instruments of knowing.

Attachment is that magnetic pattern which clusters in pleasure and pulls one towards such experience.

Aversion is the magnetic pattern which clusters in misery and pushes one from such experience.

Flowing by its own energy, established even in the wise and in the foolish, is the unending desire for life.


When the roots exists, its fruition is birth, life and experience.

The impressions of works have their roots in afflictions

and arise as experience in the present and future births.

They have pleasure or pain as their fruit,

according as their cause be virtue or vice.

When the roots exists, its fruition is birth, life and experience.

When the root exists, its fruition is birth, life and experience.

All is misery to the wise because

of the pains of change, and anxiety,

Through purificaytory acts

The grief which has not yet come

may be avoided.

When the roots exists, its fruition is birth, life and experience.

When the root exists, its fruition is birth, life and experience.

The superimposition is

The cause of the avoidable

of the external world onto the unseen world.

The experienced world

consists of the elements

and the senses in play.

When the root exists, its fruition is birth, life and experience.

When the root exists, its fruition is birth, life and experience.


It is of the nature of cognition, activity and rest,

and is for the purpose of experience and realization.

The stages of the attributes effecting the experienced world are the specialized and the unspecialized, the differentiated and the undifferentiated.


The indweller is pure consciousness only, which though pure, sees through the mind and is identified by ego as being only the mind.

The cause of the association is ignorance.

The very existence of the seen is for the sake of the seer.

Although Creation is discerned as not real for the one who has achieved the goal, it is yet real in that Creation remains the common experience to others.

The association of the seer with Creation is for the distinct recognition of the objective world, as well as for the recognition of the distinct nature of the seer.

Liberation of the seer is the result of the dissassociation of the seer and the seen, with the disappearance of ignorance.


The continuous practice of discrimination

is the means of attaining liberation.

Steady wisdom manifests in seven stages.

On the destruction of impurity by the constant practice

of the limbs of Union, the light of knowledge

reveals the faculty of discrimination.

The eight limbs of Union are self-restraint in actions,

fixed observance, posture,

regulation of energy, mind-control in sense engagements, concentration, meditation, and realization.

Self-restraint in actions includes abstention from violence, from falsehoods, from stealing, from sexual engagements, and from acceptance of gifts.

These five willing abstentions are not limited by rank, place, time or circumstance and constitute the Great Vow.

Be - content, be pure and study the Jah.

When improper thoughts disturb the mind, there should be constant pondering over the opposites.

Improper thoughts and emotions such as those of violence-

whether done, caused to be done, or even approved of-

indeed, any thought originating in desire, anger or delusion,

whether mild medium or intense-

do all result in endless pain and misery.


When one is confirmed in non-violence,

hostility ceases in his presence.

When one is firmly established in speaking truth,

the fruits of action become subservient to him.

All jewels approach him who is confirmed in honesty.

When one is confirmed in celibacy, spiritual power is gained.

When one is confirmed in non-possessiveness,

the knowledge of the why and how of existence is attained.


Get Supreme happiness is through contentment.

Overcome distractions focusing on Jah


From purity follows a withdrawal from enchantment

over one's own body as well

as a stoping of desire for physical contact with others.

As a result of contentment there is purity of mind,

one-pointedness, control of the senses,

and fitness for the vision of the self.

Through sanctification and the removal of impurities,

there arise special powers in the body and senses.

By study comes communion with the Lord in the Form most admired.

Realization is experienced by making the Lord the motive of all actions.

The posture should be steady and comfortable.

In effortless relaxation, dwell mentally on the Endless with utter attention.

From that there is no disturbance from the dualities.

When that exists, control of incoming and outgoing energies is next.

It may be external, internal, or midway, regulated by time,

place, or number, and of brief or long duration.

Energy-control which goes beyond the sphere of

external and internal is the fourth level- the vital.

In this way, that which covers the light is destroyed.

Thus the mind becomes fit for concentration.

When the mind maintains awareness, yet does not mingle with the senses,

nor the senses with sense impressions, then self-awareness blossoms.

In this way comes mastery over the senses.

End Part Two

1. The One

2. Jah Says Oum (?)

3. Pray Pray Pray

4. Obstacles of our minds

5. Act of Knowledge

6. Fix Your Mind on Jah

7. When The Roots Exist

8. The Indweller

9. Study The Jah

10. Supreme Happiness - zHustlers


Part Three

meditation and not of the mind is realization.

One-pointedness is steadfastness of the mind.

Unbroken continuation of that mental ability is meditation.

That same meditation when there is only consciousness

of the object of meditation and not of the mind is realization.

The three appearing together are self-control.

By mastery comes wisdom.

The application of mastery is by stages.

The three are more powerfull than the restraints.

Even that is external to the seedless realization.

The important aspect is the union of the mind

with the moment of absorption, when the outgoing thought disappears

and the absorptive experience appears.

From sublimation of this union

comes the peaceful flow of unbroken unitive cognition.

The contemplative transformation of this is equalmindedness,

witnessing the rise and destruction of distraction

as well as one-pointedness itself.


The mind becomes one-pointed when the subsiding and rising thought-waves are exactly similar.

In this state, it passes beyond the changes of inherent characteristics, properties and the conditional modifications of object or sensory recognition.

The object is that which preserves the latent characteristic, the rising characteristic or the yet-to-be-named characteristic that establishes one entity as specific.

The succession of these changes in that entity is the cause of its modification.

By self-control over these three-fold changes (of property, character and condition), knowledge of the past and the future arises.

The sound of a word, the idea behind the word, and the object the idea signfies are often taken as being one thing and may be mistaken for one another. By self-control over their distinctions, understanding of all languages of all creatures arises.

By self-control on the perception of mental impressions, knowledge of previous lives arises.

By self-control on any mark of a body, the wisdom of the mind activating that body arises.

By self-control on the form of a body, by suspending perceptibility and separating effulgence therefrom, there arises invisibility and inaudibilty.

Action is of two kinds, dormant and fruitful. By self-control on such action, one foresees the time of death.


3.22 By performing self-control on friendliness, the strength to grant joy arises.

3.23 By self-control over any kind of strength, such as that of the elephant, that very strength arises.

3.24 By self-control on the primal activator comes knowledge of the hidden, the subtle, and the distant.

3.25 By self-control on the Sun comes knowledge of spatial specificities.

3.26 By self-control on the Moon comes knowledge of the heavens.

3.27 By self-control on the Polestar arises knowledge of orbits.

3.28 By self-control on the navel arises knowledge of the constitution of the body.

3.29 By self-control on the pit of the throat one subdues hunger and thirst.

3.30 By self-control on the tube within the chest one acquires absolute steadiness.

3.31 By self-control on the light in the head one envisions perfected beings.

There is knowledge of everything from intuition.


Self-control on the heart brings knowledge of the mental entity.

Experience arises due to the inability of discerning the attributes of vitality from the indweller,

even though they are indeed distinct from one another.

Self-control brings true knowledge of the indweller by itself.

This spontaneous enlightenment results in intuitional perception of hearing, touching, seeing and smelling.

To the outward turned mind, the sensory organs are perfections, but are obstacles to realization.

When the bonds of the mind caused by action have been loosened, one may enter the body of another by knowledge of how the nerve-currents function.


By self-control of the nerve-currents utilising the lifebreath, one may levitate, walk on water, swamps, thorns, or the like.

By self-control over the maintenance of breath, one may radiate light.

By self-control on the relation of the ear to the ether one gains distant hearing.

By self-control over the relation of the body to the ether, and maintaining at the same time the thought of the lightness of cotton, one is able to pass through space.

By self-control on the mind when it is separated from the body- the state known as the Great Transcorporeal- all coverings are removed from the Light.

Mastery over the elements arises when their gross and subtle forms,as well as their essential characteristics, and the inherent attributes and experiences they produce, is examined in self-control.

become as tiny as atom or have many other abilities, such as perfection of the body, and acceptance of duty.


Perfection of the body consists in beauty, grace, strength and adamantine hardness.

By self-control on the changes that the sense-organs endure when contacting objects,

and on the power of the sense of identity, and of the influence of the attributes,

From that come swiftness of mind, independence of perception, and mastery over primoridal matter.

and the experience all these produce- one masters the senses.

From that come swiftness of mind, independence of perception, and mastery over primoridal matter.

To one who recognizes the distinctive relation between vitality and indweller comes omnipotence and omniscience.

From that come swiftness of mind, independence of perception, and mastery over primoridal matter.

Even for the destruction of the seed of bondage by desirelessness there comes absolute independence.

When invited by invisible beings one should be neither flattered nor satisfied, for there is yet a possibility of ignorance rising up.

By self-control over single moments and their succession there is wisdom born of discrimination.

From that there is recognition of two similars when that difference cannot be distinguished by class, characteristic or position.

Intuition, which is the entire discriminative knowledge, relates to all objects at all times, and is without succession.

Liberation is attained when there is equal purity between vitality and the indweller.

End Part Three

Part Four

on Realizations


4.1 Psychic powers arise by birth, drugs, incantations, purificatory acts or concentrated insight.

4.2 Transformation into another state is by the directed flow of creative nature.

4.3 Creative nature is not moved into action by any incidental cause, but by the removal of obstacles, as in the case of a farmer clearing his field of stones for irrigation.

4.4 Created minds arise from egoism alone.

4.5 There being difference of interest, one mind is the director of many minds.

4.6 Of these, the mind born of concentrated insight is free from the impressions.

4.7 The impressions of unitive cognition are neither good nor bad.

In the case of the others, there are three kinds of impressions.

4.8 From them proceed the development of the tendencies which bring about the fruition of actions.

4.9 Because of the magnetic qualities of habitual mental patterns and memory, a relationship of cause and effect clings even though there may be a change of embodiment by class, space and time.


4.10 The desire to live is eternal, and the thought-clusters prompting a sense of identity are beginningless.

4.11 Being held together by cause and effect, substratum and object- the tendencies themselves disappear on the dissolution of these bases.

4.12 The past and the future exist in the object itself as form and expression, there being difference in the conditions of the properties.

4.13 Whether manifested or unmanifested they are of the nature of the attributes.