YOGA VASISHTHA | MITRA | 2-1-III-LXXXXVI-22

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YOGA VASISHTHA | MITRA | VOL 2.1 | BOOK III | CH LXXXXVI

|| VERSE 22 | INQUIRY INTO THE NATURE OF MIND ||

The mind is termed fancy for its holding fast on fleeting phantasies by letting loose its solid and certain truths .

It is also the imagination , for giving various images or to the objects of its desire — ihita Kalpana . It is called Kakataliya Sanyoga or accidental assemblage of fancied objects .

It is defined as the agglutinative and associative power to collect materials for imagination which builds up on them .

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