व्याधि स्त्यान संशय प्रमादालस्याविरति भ्रान्तिदर्शनालब्धभूमिकत्वानवस्थितत्वानि चित्तविक्षेपाः ते अन्तरायाः ॥३०॥
vyādhi styāna saṁśaya pramāda-ālasya-avirati bhrāntidarśana-alabdha-bhūmikatva-anavasthitatvāni citta-vikṣepāḥ te antarāyāḥ ||30||

[RS] 1.30 These obstacles (antaraya) (illness; inertia; doubt; neglect; sloth; desire; blindness; a lack of goals; irresoluteness) obscure that which is immutable in human beings (chitta).

[JW] 1.30 Sickness and languor and doubt and heedlessness and listlessness and worldliness (avirati) and erroneous perception and failure to attain any stage [of concentration] and instability in the state [when attained] - these distractions of the mind stuff are the obstacles.

[SS] 1.30 Disease, dullness, doubt, carelessness, laziness, sensuality, false perception, failure to reach firm ground and slipping from the ground gained - these distractions of the mind-stuff are the obstacles. [p50]

[TD] 1.30 There are nine types of interruptions to developing metal clarity: illness, mental stagnation, doubts, lack of foresight, fatigue, overindulgence, illusions about one's true state of mind, lack of perseverance, and regression. They are obstacles because they create mental disturbances and encourage distractions. [p158]

[EB] 1.30 These disturbances are disease, idleness, doubt, carelessness, sloth, lack of detachment, misapprehension, failure to attain a base for concentration, and instability. They are distraction for the mind. [p118]

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(व्याधि, vyādhi) = illness
(स्त्यान, styāna) = apathy; mental laziness; rigidity
(संशय, saṁśaya) = doubt; hesitation; indecisiveness
(प्रमाद, pramāda) = carelessness; neglect; indifference
(आलस्य, ālasya) = sloth
(अविरति, avirati) = desire
(भ्रान्ति, bhrānti) = error
(दर्शन, darśana) = opinion
(भ्रान्तिदर्शन, bhrānti-darśana) = blindness
(भूमि, bhūmi) = earth; level
(अलब्धभूमिकत्व, alabdha-bhūmikatva) = lack of determination; failure to reach a level
(अनवस्थितत्वानि, anavasthitatvāni) = inconsistency; irresoluteness
(चित्त, citta) = understanding
(विक्षेपः, vikṣepaḥ) = (nom. from vikshepa (विक्षेप, vikṣepa)) dissipation; lack of clarity; uneasiness
(ते, te) = it; this
(अन्तरायः, antarāyaḥ) = (nom. from antaraya (अन्तराय, antarāya)) obstacle