प्रशान्तमनसं ह्येनं योगिनं सुखमुत्तमम्।
उपैति शान्तरजसं ब्रह्मभूतमकल्मषम्।।6.27।।
।।6.27।।जिसके सब पाप नष्ट हो गये हैं जिसका रजोगुण तथा मन सर्वथा शान्त हो गया है ऐसे इस ब्रह्मस्वरूप योगीको निश्चित ही उत्तम (सात्त्विक) सुख प्राप्त होता है।
6.27 Uttamam, supreme, unsurpassable; sukham, Blisss; upaiti, comes; hi enam yoginam, to this yogi alone; prasanta-manasam, whose mind has become perfectly tranil; santa-rejasam, whose (ality of) rajas has been eliminated, i.e. whose rajas, viz defects such as delusion etc. [The five klesas, pain-bearing obstructions, are: ignorance, egoism, attachment, aversion, and clinging to life (P.Y.Su.2.3).] have been destroyed; brahma-bhutam, who has become identified with Brahman, who is free even while living, who has got the certitude that Bramhman is all; and akalmasam, who is taintless, free from vice etc.
6.27 See Comment under 6.27
6.27 Supreme happiness, which is of the nature of experience of the self in its essential nature comes to this Yogin whose mind is at peace, i.e., whose mind does not swerve from the self, whose mind abides in the self; whose impurities are thery completely burnt away; whose Rajas is thery wholly annulled, i.e., in whom the ality of Rajas is destroyed; and who has thus become the Brahman, i.e., who remains steady in his essential nature as the Atman. Hi (for) is added to indicate reason. The meaning is this: On account of the nature of the self which has the form of supreme bliss.
Prashaantamanasam hyenam yoginam sukhamuttamam; Upaiti shaantarajasam brahmabhootamakalmasham.
praśhānta—peaceful; manasam—mind; hi—certainly; enam—this; yoginam—yogi; sukham uttamam—the highest bliss; upaiti—attains; śhānta-rajasam—whose passions are subdued; brahma-bhūtam—endowed with God-realization; akalmaṣham—without sin