adhiyaGYa - अधियज्ञ

The Supreme Creative and Cognizing Spirit; God; both the causal world and God Himself, without the illusion of the physical or astral worlds.

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The consciousness manifests in astral bodies and in the astral cosmos.

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adhibhūta - अधिभूत

The consciousness immanent in physical creatures and the physical cosmos.

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Vritti (Vrittis)

वृत्ति - vṛtti

Vortex, eddy, whirlpool. Cyclical movements of energy in the spine.

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Dhyana Meaning

diˈyänə - ध्यान

Absorption; union. It is the seventh limb, or requirement, to attain full Self-realization as outlined in the Yoga Sutras attributed to the sage Patanjali, who says that it is “concentration on higher aspects of reality.”

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Who is a Yogi

/ˈyōɡē/ - योगि

Anyone who practices a scientific technique of God-contact is a yogi.

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Yoga Meaning | Yoga Meaning in Sanskrit

/ˈjoʊɡə/ - योग

Yoga literally means “union”. This can be taken many different ways, but most commonly is taken to mean the union of the little self, the individual, with the divine consciousness.

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Niyama Meaning


Niyama is the second stage of the spiritual path as outlined by the ancient sage Patanjali in his yoga sutras. It lists five things you should do to make spiritual progress.

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The Meaning of Yama


Yama is the first stage of the spiritual path as outlined by the ancient sage Patanjali in his yoga sutras. Yama is also sometimes called “the five restraints”, because it lists the “do nots” of the spiritual path, such as “do not lie” and “do not covet”.

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Yagya Meaning (Yajña)


A sacrificial rite or performance of duty. It should be offered with devotion, without any desire for personal gain, and with firm belief in its rightness. Traditional yagas in Vedic culture were offerings of food, money, or cows for milk. They also were performed according to instructions written in Vedic scriptures. They were accompanied by other rituals such as prayers, … Read More

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