Chapter 4 inquires into Jung’s understanding of yogic texts and liberatory thought with an emphasis on uncovering where Jung met his limits in relation to nondual ideas. Patañjali’s Yoga soteriology aims at retiring suffering completely and realizing pure consciousness in its essential nature. In regards to liberation, Jung believed Eastern intuition had overreached itself. Furthermore, Jung believed Westerners cannot apply yoga methods correctly because of a lack of self-knowledge and that our personalities will never lose their painful sense of innate discord. The research reveals that Jung has the ontic and epistemic enmeshed in a way that Patañjali does not.