RestraintAhimsa - non-violence
Satya - truth
Asteya - non-stealing
Brahmacharya - sexual continence
Aparigraha - non-acquisitveness
Self observanceSaucha - cleanliness
Santosha - contentment
Tapas - austerity/discipline
Svadhyaya - continual learning
Iswara pranidhana - surrender to the highest
PostureII.46 Asana is a steady comfortable posture.
II.47 By lessening the natural tendency for restlessness and by meditating on the infinite, posture is mastered.
II.48 Thereafter, one is undisturbed by dualities.
Breath regulationII.49 With posture acquired, the movement of inhalation and exhalation should be controlled. This is pranayama.
II.52 As a result, the veil over the inner light is destroyed.
II.53 And the mind becomes fit for concentration.'
Sense withdrawalII.54 When the senses withdraw themselves from the object and imitate, as it were, the nature of the mind-stuff, this is pratyahara.
II.55 Then follows supreme mastery over the senses.
ConcentrationIII.1 Dharana is fixing the the mind to one place, object or idea.
AbsorptionIII.2 When awareness flows evenly towards the point of attention, this is known as Dhyana.
Clear perceptionIII.3 Samadhi is that condition of illumination, where union disappears, only the meaning of the object on which the attention is fixed is present.