Patanjali Yoga Sutras

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  1. Are You Looking For Freedom From Unhappiness?

    Patanjali Yoga Sutra- Knowledge Sheet 33 “Vishok¢ v¢ jyotishmatiÃ’’ vishok¢ = getting rid of unhappiness; v¢ = or; jyotishmatià = the bright effulgent state of the mind “Get rid of unhappiness and at the same time know that your mind is bright or effulgen ...
  2. Are You Looking For Freedom From Unhappiness?

    Patanjali Yoga Sutra- Knowledge Sheet 33 “Vishok¢ v¢ jyotishmatiÃ’’ vishok¢ = getting rid of unhappiness; v¢ = or; jyotishmatià = the bright effulgent state of the mind “Get rid of unhappiness and at the same time know that your mind is bright or effulgen ...
  3. Be Compassionate with Unhappy People

    Patanjali Yoga Sutras- Knowledge Sheet 29 Continues from previous Patanjali post on dealing with happy people Now, what about unhappy people? If you are friendly with unhappy people, what happens? You also become unhappy. So he says do not be friendly wit ...
  4. Be Compassionate with Unhappy People

    Patanjali Yoga Sutras- Knowledge Sheet 29 Continues from previous Patanjali post on dealing with happy people Now, what about unhappy people? If you are friendly with unhappy people, what happens? You also become unhappy. So he says do not be friendly wit ...
  5. Patanjali Yoga Sutras: Commentary by Sri Sri

    Commentaries by Sri Sri on Patanjali Yoga Sutras We will begin with a story, the greatest and most effective way of conveying knowledge. Once upon a time, long ago, all the Munis and Rishis approached Lord Vishnu to tell him that even though He (incarnate ...
  6. 5 Signs of a Disturbed Mind

    Which one are you? 5 signs which indicate you are on the path "Dukha dourmanasyangamejayatva shwasaprashwasa vikshepasahabhuvaha'' dukha = sorrow; dourmansya = bitterness; angamejayatva = body not listening to you; shwasa = inspiration; pra ...
  7. True meaning of Brahmacharya

    Moving into infinity is Brahmacharya. " Brahmacharya pratishtayam viaryalabhaha '' (II Sutra 38) Brahmacharya = celibacy; Pratishtayam = established; Viarya = vigour; Iabhaha = gained. "On being established in celibacy vigour is gain ...
  8. Shoucha and Santosha

    Shoucha and santosha come together. If there is no shoucha there can be no santosha. Constant touch or overtly in touch with other people, hugging other people all the time, if you are doing this, then you are not letting your energy to be your energy eve ...
  9. The Body is Inside the Mind

    Bliss is beyond boundaries. Bliss is beyond boundaries. I don’t mean that you always show being wishy-washy. That is also self-deception. You do not have to be so vagary. Some people keep saying, “Everything is nice, everything is nice”. They say it is ...
  10. Cleanliness Counts!

    Cleanliness is a reflection of you! Continued from last week In ancient days, people would invite the wise ones to their homes or dwelling, and give them food. When the wise ones would accept the food, then to show them gratitude for having accepted the ...
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