Each soul is divine in potency.
The goal is to manifest this inner divinity through inner and outer control and dominion over nature. Do this, whether by work, whether by worship, whether by psychic control, whether by philosophy, whether by one, by several or by all these means, and you will be free.
That is the whole content of religion.
Doctrines or dogmas, rituals or temples, books or formalities are only secondary details.
THE TEXT OF PATANGJALI YOGA
Chapter I - Concentration
Chap. II - Concentration and its practice
Chap. III - The Chapter of Powers
Ch. IV - Independence
THE AUTHOR OF ONE'S OWN DESTINY
Ch. I - Yoga and Character Education
Ch. II - The Author of His Own Destiny
Ch. III - The Disciple of Yoga
Ch. IV - Meditation and Yoga
Ch. V - The different paths
Ch. VI - The rule of conduct
Ch. VII - Discipline of Life
Ch. VIII - A few notes on everyday life
Ch. IX - Yoga practice in the Roman Catholic Church: "The Spiritual Exercises" of St. Ignatius of Loyola
Appendix: Glossary of Yoga termsEach soul is divine in potency.