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Antaratma Sadhana – The innermost quest

The last three limbs of Patanjali’s Ashtanga Yoga are often studied together and are called Antaratma Sadhana, or the innermost quest. We will consider them in turn. Dharana The practice of pratyahara prepares us for the sixth limb, dharana, or … Continue reading

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Antaratma Sadhana – The innermost quest

The last three limbs of Patanjali’s Ashtanga Yoga are often studied together and are called Antaratma Sadhana, or the innermost quest. We will consider them in turn. Dharana The practice of pratyahara prepares us for the sixth limb, dharana, or … Continue reading

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Patanjali’s eight paths of Yoga 7 = Dhyana

Traditional Yoga, as set out by patanjali in his Yoga sutras, consists of eight ‘paths’. The first five are called  bahiranga sadhana (external aids to Yoga), and the last three are called antaranga sadhana (internal aids to Yoga). Dyana is … Continue reading

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Patanjali’s eight paths of Yoga 6 = Dharana

Traditional Yoga, as set out by patanjali in his Yoga sutras, consists of eight ‘paths’. The first five are called  bahiranga sadhana (external aids to Yoga), and the last three are called antaranga sadhana (internal aids to Yoga). Dharana is … Continue reading

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