sa = it; this; that;
tu = indeed; and; but; moreover;
dīrgha = long;
kāla = time;
nairantarya = without a break; with no gap; continuously; without interruption;
satkāra = you believe it’ll work; reverent devotion; belief in what you’re doing;
ādarā = you enjoy it unconditionally; enthusiasm; you look forward to it;
āsevito = zealously practiced; continuous service; constantly cultivated;
dṛḍha = solid; strong; firmly;
bhūmiḥ = foundation; earth; rooted; grounded
It's amazing how the sūtras not only apply to achieving samādhi, but as indicated in previous posts, the general approach applies throughout life, and anything we want to attain or improve upon. Just make sure you are amply supplied with satkāra and ādarā while honoring nairantarya and āsevito, and you will go far in anything you endeavor to do or attain.
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