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The Yoga Tradition: Its History, Literature, Philosophy and Practice
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animal aparigraha Asana Asteya attain Bahiranga become Bhakti Yoga blood bodily body Brahma Brahmacharya brain breath Buddhists called celibacy CHAPTER chitta chloroform concentration consciousness contemplation covetousness Dharana Dhyana divine dream Durbar earth ether expiration external eyes faculties faqueer five fixed fruits Guru happiness Hatha Yoga heart Hindu human soul idea Indriya inspiration karma knowledge kumbhaka light lives Lord lungs means meditation mental mesmerised method mind modification nature nerves Niyama object observance one's ordinary organ pain Paramatma pass Patanjali perfection person phenomena physical picture pleasant pleasure posture practising Yoga Pranayama Pratyahara Pratydhdra prdndydma produces psychic powers pure purification Q.ŚWhat Raja Yoga respiration respiratory movements restraining result right nostril sacred Samadhi Samyama senses Siddhas sitting sleep spirit stage steady student of Yoga subjugation swallow tapa thing thought tion truth Vairdgya Vedanta vratas word Yama Yogi