VIBHUTI PADA: SUTRA 29
1. (By performing Samyama) on the pole-star knowledge of their movements. - I.K. Taimni, The Science Of Yoga
2. Focusing with perfect discipline on the polestar yields insight about their movements. - Chip Hartranft, The Yoga-S^utra of Pata~njali: Sanskrit-English Translation ">ATTAINMENT OF KNOWLEDGE OF THE MOVEMENT OF STARS AND PLANETS
According to the writings in Vishnu Purana and Bhagavata Purana, there was a young devotee of Vishnu (a Hindu deity) who was blessed with eternal existence as the pole star. The young devotee's name was Dhruva. Devotees of the Lord Vishnu may spontaneously acquire this spiritual power through years of performing Bhakti yoga, but if you're not into worshipping deities, then knowledge of the movement of stars and planets can be attained by performing Samyama Meditation on the Pole star. Gazing steadily on the vision of a single point or object, preferably a luminous one, is called Trataka (see Visualization Technique).
Note: To better understand how Indian yogis and other masters of ancient wisdom attain knowledge of the movement of stars and planets and to see the full list of spiritual powers described in the Yoga Sutras, please refer to my main article about Spiritual Power.
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