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Pratyahara (Sense Withdrawal) in Yoga Sutras of Patanjali

Pratyahara (Sense Withdrawal) in Yoga Sutras of Patanjali

Pratyahara Techniques• Pranayama – senses follow prana (vital life force) so we energize prana thru pranayama– (slide from either side)... http://www.slideshare.net/scmittal/ysp-pratyahara01

Pratyahara Techniques• Pranayama – senses follow prana (vital life force) so we energize prana thru pranayama– (slide from either side)... http://www.slideshare.net/scmittal/ysp-pratyahara01

Non-Attachment... don't we feel better when we release those incessant wants, desires, and dissatisfactions?

Non-Attachment... don't we feel better when we release those incessant wants, desires, and dissatisfactions?

asteya

asteya

Yoga Sutras of Patanjali 3.53-3.56: Higher discrimination through Samyama

Yoga Sutras of Patanjali 3.53-3.56: Higher discrimination through Samyama

contemplation of self

contemplation of self

Alternate Nostril Breathing http://fionachilds.com/alternate-nostril-breathing.html

Alternate Nostril Breathing http://fionachilds.com/alternate-nostril-breathing.html

Niyamas are instructions for living well... instead of being strict rules, they invite us to decide for ourselves the specific applications to how we live.  "Sauca" is about cleanliness of spirit, heart, and body.  We're invited to examine how we take care of ourselves.  What's our true self and what can be cleaned off?

Niyamas are instructions for living well... instead of being strict rules, they invite us to decide for ourselves the specific applications to how we live. "Sauca" is about cleanliness of spirit, heart, and body. We're invited to examine how we take care of ourselves. What's our true self and what can be cleaned off?

Svadhyaya - Seeing your own faults and re-directing destructive tendencies. Committing to the process of learning about yourself and what lures your soul. Uncovering your strengths and habit patterns. Accepting your limitations.

Svadhyaya - Seeing your own faults and re-directing destructive tendencies. Committing to the process of learning about yourself and what lures your soul. Uncovering your strengths and habit patterns. Accepting your limitations.

The niyamas are all principles guiding us on how to treat ourselves - and where sauca is about cleaning our bodies, tapas is about keeping our bodies healthy.  Tapas means burning, and it's ...

The niyamas are all principles guiding us on how to treat ourselves - and where sauca is about cleaning our bodies, tapas is about keeping our bodies healthy. Tapas means burning, and it's ...

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