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The Sanskrit noun योग yoga is derived from the root yuj "to attach, join, harness, yoke". Rig veda 5.81.1 युञ्जते मन उत युञ्जते धियो विप्रा विप्रस्य बर्हतो विपश्चितः | वि होत्रा दधे वयुनाविद एक इन मही देवस्य सवितुः परिष्टुतिः || The illumined yoke their mind and they yoke their thoughts to the illuminating godhead, to the vast, to the ...


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That depends on how you define bad deeds. If bad deed is done knowingly in your eyes that it is bad it might have a bad intention. And you get paap. When you do not have doership you simply do not see deeds as good or evil or bad. They are just deeds then. Your kartavya( if the situations actually demand that karma and to know that you need to be unbiased ...


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Yogis of highest order can definitely describe past events. Sri Krishna says in BG that he taught Yoga to Vivasvata. इमं विवस्वते योगं प्रोक्तवानहमव्ययम्। विवस्वान् मनवे प्राह मनुरिक्ष्वाकवेऽब्रवीत्।।4.1।। The Bhagavat said This changeless Yoga I had properly taught thus to Vivasvat; Vivasvat correctly told it ot Manu; and Manu declared to ...


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And, why would that be offensive? Whatever Murti or saint that you choose is completely up to you. You have freedom in the Waking state 😀. It doesn’t matter what you call your beliefs, vedantist, zen Buddhist, neutralist, atheists or anything. If you believe in something believe it with all your heart and use your own discretion to forge ahead in ...


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