Results 1-3 of 6
DHYANA HEYAS TAD VRITTAYAH. Dhyana = by meditation; heyas = destroyed;
tad = their; vrittayah = active modifications. In the active state, they can be
destroyed by meditation. The hindering thoughts come in two stages: the
potential form ...
Dhyana is the continuous flow of cognition toward that object. The Hindu
Scriptures give a beautiful example of this "continuous flow." They say it is like
pouring oil from one pot into another. It is a continuous string. It doesn't break.
The mind is ...
These three [dharana, dhyana and samadhi] are more internal than the
preceding five limbs. In the Ashtanga Yoga, dharana, dhyana and samadhi are
the more antaranga or inner practices. Even to practice yama and niyama, you
need the ...
What people are saying - Write a review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Tobias.Bruell - LibraryThing
This text seems to be a transcript of a series of lectures given by Satchidananda (henceforth called "Commentator") to his students. Each verse of the Yoga-Sutra is first given in various forms ... Read full review
Review: Yoga Sutras of PatanjaliUser Review - Jayme - Goodreads
One of my favourite translations of the Yoga Sutras. It includes the Devanagari and transliteration along with practical and accessible commentary that resonates with the modern reader. My only ... Read full review