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" Converting the ordinary vision into one of knowledge one should view the world as brahman (consciousness) itself. That is the noblest vision and not that which is directed to the tip of the nose."13 Vinya \sa Vinyasa Yoga is a system of yoga specifically... "
Ashtanga Yoga: Practice and Philosophy - Page 15
by Gregor Maehle - 2011 - 320 pages
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A Tradition of Teachers: Śaṅkara and the Jagadgurus Today

William Cenkner - Religion - 1995 - 210 pages
...of his writing. "Converting one's vision (drfti) into one of knowledge.. .is the most advantageous vision and not that which is directed to the tip of the nose," he comments. 2 Using the word yoga as a variant for meditation (upäsanä) and concentration...
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Pure Yoga

Yogi Pranavananda, Tony Rodriquez, Kanshiram (ed.) - 1997 - 189 pages
...samädhi. "Converting the ordinary vision into one of knowledge one should view the world as Brahman Itself. That is the noblest vision, and not that which is directed to the tip of the nose."13 (More on aämbhavi-mudrä in Third Lesson, 64, and Sixth Lesson, 20.) (F) KAPÀLABHÀTI 55. The Kapàlabhàti...
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