jatt class, descent, rank, race, lineage
laksana distinctive mark, a sign, quality
desaih place, position in space
anyata otherwise, in a different manner
anavacchedat not bounded, not separated, undefined
tulyayoh of the same kind or class, similar, equal
tatah thereby, from it
pratipattih understanding, knowledge
By this knowledge the yogi is able to distinguish unerringly the differences in similar objects, which cannot be distinguished by rank, qualitative signs or position in space.
With this exalted intelligence the yogi is capable of distinguishing, faultlessly and instantaneously, the minutest differences between two similar kinds of things or objects, regardless of rank, creed, quality, place or space.
A yogi who has accomplished spiritual realisation, possesses clarity and sensitivity even in the subtlest of things. He perceives all things distinctly and expresses himself faultlessly.
This quality of intelligence cannot be possessed even by evolved souls unless they are anchored in the sacred divine spiritual knowledge - vivekaja jnanam.
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