vṛttayaḥ = activities of the mind; patternings; fluctuations; modifications
pañcatayyaḥ = fivefold
kliṣṭa = afflicting; tormenting; distressing; hurtful; troubled
akliṣṭāḥ = not afflicting; not tormenting; not distressing; not hurtful; not troubled
This is pretty straight forward… There are five basic activities of the mind, and these may either lead to pain and anguish or not lead to pain and anguish. Kliṣṭa means “affliction” and when “a” is placed at the front of a word, it negates the words meaning. So akliṣṭāḥ means “not affliction.”
The next sutra (1.6) tells what the five activities of mind are.
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