Sutra 3.45

ततोऽणिमादिप्रादुर्भावः कायसंपत्तद्धर्मानभिघातश्च॥४५॥

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tato-‘ṇimādi-prādurbhāvaḥ kāyasaṁpat tad-dharānabhighātśca ॥45॥
tatah=from that; aṇimā=mystic power of lightness; ādi=etc. (there are eight such mystic powers called "siddhis"); prādurbhāvaḥ=appearance; kāya=of the physical body; saṁpat=perfection, wealth; tad=of them (the five elements); dharma=essential nature; anabhighātah=non-resistance, absence of limitation; ca=and ॥45॥

Sw. Satchidananda

From that comes attainment of anima and other siddis, bodily perfection and the non-obstruction of bodily functions by the influence of the elements. [Note: the eight major siddhis alluded to here are: anima (to become very small); mahima (to become very big); laghima (very light); garima (heavy); prapti (to reach anywhere); prakamya (to achieve all one’s desires); isatva (ability to creat anything); vasitva (ability to command and control everything).]

Bryant

As a result of this, there are no limitations on account of the body’s natural abilities; mystic powers such as aṇimā, etc., manifest; and the body attains perfection.

Taimni

Thence, the attainment of the Animan etc., perfection of the body and the non-obstruction of its functions (of the body) by the powers (of the elements).

Aranya

Thence Develop The Power Of Minification And Other Boduly Acquitions. There Is No Resistance By Its Characteristics.

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