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Yoga (Sanskrit: योग) are the physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines that aim to transform body and mind.

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How are the Third eye and the Mind's eye "defined" in Hinduism? In particular, according to Hinduism, are these separate concepts or one? According to Hinduism, do only particular individuals have th …
asked Sep 20 '15 by nir
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I post some further questions in continuation of the question About the mind's eye and the third eye in Hinduism: I understand from @SwamiVishwananda's answer to the first question that the Ajna chak …
asked Sep 23 '15 by nir
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to see that divinity in their inner world? According to @SwamiVishwananda: All people are initially blind to it, it is not natural. Yoga is going against what is natural. What is natural is to …
asked Oct 5 '15 by nir