The perfection of the body consists of beauty, grace, strength and adamantine hardness.
The quickness of the mind, un-instrumental perceptions (that is, the action of the senses outside the body) and functions bring mastery over Pradhana, the First Cause.
The seed of bondage having been destroyed by desirelessness even for that Kaivalya, the absolute-independence comes to the yogi.
By samyama over the moments and their successions, comes knowledge born of discrimination.
Viveka jnana, the discriminative knowledge is established. It has everything for its sphere of operation. It has all conditions for its special operations. It has no succession.