dvitIyaH pAdaH – The second aspect (of the Self) taijasa – is called taijasa. svapna sthAna – (Its field of action is) the dream state. antaHpraj~naH – (Consciousness is) turned inwards (as opposed to the waking state in the previous mantra, where it was turned outwards). sapta a~Nga – (As with the waking state) (it has) seven divisions. viMshatimukhaH – (and) nineteen interfaces. praviviktabhuk taijaso – taijasa is the enjoyer (bhug = bhuk = bhoktA; experiencer, enjoyer) of the private, internal world (pravivikta).
The second aspect of the Self is taijasa. This is the dream state in which one’s awareness is turned inwards. taijasa has seven parts and experiences the dream world via 19 interfaces.
prathamaH pAdaH – The first aspect (of the Self) vaishvAnara – is vaishvAnara (or vishva) jAgaritasthAna – (This is) the waking state praj~na – (and it is one in which one’s) knowing awareness bahis – (is) turned outwards sapta a~Nga (a~Nga literally means ‘limb’) – (This aspect has) seven divisions ekonaviMshatimukhaH – and nineteen interfaces (with the outside world) (viMshati is ‘twenty’ and ekona is ‘one less than’; mukha literally means ‘mouth’ or ‘opening’) sthUlabhugvaishvAnaraH – vaishvAnara (is) the enjoyer (bhug = bhuj = bhoktA; experiencer, enjoyer) of the gross world.
The first aspect of the Self is vaishvAnara. This is the waking state in which one’s awareness is turned outwards to the external world. vaishvAnara has seven parts and experiences the universe via 19 interfaces.