The practice of Yoga quells all ailments, fevers and many other distressing ills.
Yoga is enhanced by practice.
Yoga is the fixation of the mind in me (Siva) along the path indicated by me, restraining other activities.
O goddess, disciplining of the mind is far more excellent than many a horse-sacrifice. It is conducive to salvation. It is inaccessible to those who adhere to sensual objects.
The Yoga that removes previous sins belongs only to the unattached that has conquered the group of sense organs by restraints and observances.
Detachment gives birth to knowledge. Knowledge facilitates the functioning of Yoga.
One conversant with Yoga, though fallen, is surely liberated. The following shall be carefully maintained. Mercy shall be practiced along with non-violence. Knowledge shall be acquired, Truth, non-stealing, faith in scriptures and God, self-restraint, teaching, studying, performing sacrifice, presiding over sacrifice, meditation, piety towards God and practice of knowledge.
Due to my grace, the devotee conversant with Yoga eschews the bondage of the Karmas.
The Yogin shall eschew both the merit and demerit (of Karmas).
The traits of Yogins are ten namely, forbearance, quietude, contentment, truthfulness, non-stealing, celibacy, my knowledge, non-attachment to worldly objects, using Bhasma and refraining from too much adherence to all.
He who, while living in this physical body, does not practice Yoga is living merely for the sake of sensual enjoyments.
There are several paths of Yoga and several paths of knowledge, but without taking recourse to the five-syllable Mantra one cannot attain eternal bliss.