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Last year, I spent a lot of time thinking about Sutra 2.33 and also 2.34 because they are both about ending violence and other things that are counter to yama and niyama (pratipakṣa-bhāvanam). 2.33 vitarka-bādhane pratipakṣa-bhāvanam Principles which run contrary to yama and niyama are to be countered with the knowledge of discrimination. (I)Upon being…

via From 2.33 to 1.33 — Thoughts on Teaching Yoga and Philosophy

एतेन शब्दाद्यन्तर्धानमुक्तम् ॥२२॥ etena shabdaadyantardhaanam-uktam etena=in the same manner; shabdaadi=the sound etc.; antardhaanam=disappearance; uktam=is explained Some authors including Aranya, Houston and Miller don’t include this sutra, but Taimini and Sw. Satchidananda (SS) do. This changes the numbering of the subsequent sutras; Taimini and Sw. Satchidananda are numbered one ahead. I’ll follow the numbering scheme used…

via Sutra 3.22a — Yoga Sutra Study

एतेन शब्दाद्यन्तर्धानमुक्तम् ॥२२॥ etena shabdaadyantardhaanam-uktam etena=in the same manner; shabdaadi=the sound etc.; antardhaanam=disappearance; uktam=is explained Some authors including Aranya, Houston and Miller don’t include this sutra, but Taimini and Sw. Satchidananda (SS) do. This changes the numbering of the subsequent sutras; Taimini and Sw. Satchidananda are numbered one ahead. I’ll follow the numbering scheme used…

via Sutra 3.22a — Yoga Sutra Study

मैत्र्यादिषु बलानि॥२३॥ maitryaadiShu balaani maitryaadiShu=on friendliness etc.; balaani=powers Sw. Satchidananda By samayam on friendliness and other such qualities, the power to transmit them is obtained. Bryant By samyama on friendliness and such things, strengths are acuired. Taimni (By performing Smayama) on friendliness etc (comes) strength (of that quality) Aranya Through Samyama On Friendliness (Amity) And…

via Sutra 3.23 — Yoga Sutra Study

ततः परमा वश्यतेन्द्रियाणाम् tataḥ paramā vaśyatā-indriyāṇām Then (tataḥ) follows the highest (paramā) mastery (vaśyatā) of the senses (indriyāṇām). PRACTICAL LIVING Patañjali ends the second chapter by telling us what happens when we practice pratyāhāra – awareness of the senses. Once we understand the power of the senses, we have a greater understanding of how […]

via Sūtra II.55 – Chapter II, Sūtra 55 — weeklysutra

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via Marichyasana III Pointers — Inchworm Yoga