{1.17} Then the object is gradually understood fully. At first it is at a more superficial level. In time, comprehension becomes deeper. And finally it is total. There is pure joy in reaching such a depth of understanding. For then the individual is so much at one with the object that he is oblivious to his surroundings.

{1.18} The usual mental disturbances are absent. However, memories of the past continue.

{1.19} There will be some who are born in a state of Yoga. They need not practice or discipline themselves.

Buddhist Monk Meditating