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Dhyana is a Sanskrit word meaning "meditation." It is derived from the root words, dhi, meaning “receptacle” or “the mind”; and yana, meaning “moving” or…

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Dhāraṇā is translated as "collection or concentration of the mind", or "the act of holding, bearing, wearing, supporting, maintaining, retaining, keeping back, a good memory",…

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Pratyahara itself is termed as yoga, as it is the most important limb in yoga sadhana. —Swami Sivananda The term “pratyahara” is composed of two…

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Prānāyāma has been referred to in modern literature as ‘yogic breathing’. This is an attempt to differentiate breathing exercises as noted in the yogic texts…

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Asana (the third “limb” of Ashtanga Yoga outlined by the sage Patanjali over 2000 years ago) means to be seated in a firm, pleasant, and…

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Niyamas (Observances): Shauca (शौच) (Purity/ Cleanliness):                                   Cleanliness in Action, Thought…

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Yamas & Niyamas are the first two limbs of the 8 limbs discussed by Sage Patanjali. Yamas(restraints) & Niyamas(observances) are the moral rules that set…

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Then, the seer rests in his own nature. Although the mind is one, it passes into many conditions or states, as it is made up…

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Sanatana Dharma teaches that death is a natural state and is the result of being born. Everything that is born must die and everything that…

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To those who are free from desire and anger, who aspire [for Self‐realisation] whose minds are controlled, and who have attained self‐mastery — the Great…

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