Yoga Sūtra Chapter One verse 51

तस्यापि निरोधे सर्वनिरोधान्निर्बीजः समाधिः ॥५१॥

tasya-api nirodhe sarva-nirodhāt-nirbījaḥ samādhiḥ ||51||

When even that is contained, all is contained;
this is integration without seed.

tasya - itsapi - alsonirodha - to contain, enclose, confine, restrainsarva - allnirbīja - without seedsamādhi - integration

Commentaries and Reflections

Paul Harvey:

When even these tendencies of knowing are contained all is contained;
this is integration without seed.

Inspirational Quote

“When my mind is still and alone with the beating of my heart, I can find a quiet assurance, an inner peace, in the core of my being. It can face the doubt, the loneliness, the anxiety, Can accept these harsh realities and can even grow Because of these challenges to my essential being. When my mind is still and alone with the beating of my heart, I can sense my basic humanity,” Paul Beattie