SB 11.15.28

mad-bhaktyā śuddha-sattvasya
 yogino dhāraṇā-vidaḥ
tasya trai-kālikī buddhir
mat-bhaktyā — by devotion to Me; śuddha-sattvasya — of one whose existence is purified; yoginaḥ — of a yogī; dhāraṇā-viduḥ — who knows the process of meditation; tasya — of him; trai-kālikī — functioning in three phases of time, namely past, present and future; buddhiḥ — intelligence; janma-mṛtyu — birth and death; upabṛṁhitā — including.
A yogī who has purified his existence by devotion to Me and who thus expertly knows the process of meditation obtains knowledge of past, present and future. He can therefore see the birth and death of himself and others.

After having explained the eight primary and ten secondary mystic perfections of yoga, the Lord now explains the five inferior potencies.