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Offline Baruch

Getting Bent Out Of Shape with Yoga
« on: April 30, 2019, 08:36:09 PM »
Arik, continuing from your sharing by your yogi, I wanted to set up a separate string ...

It is particularly auspicious, having picked up where I left off, a year ago, at Yoga Sutra I.37 β€œThe mind becomes steady when it has one who is free from desire as its object”.

The orthodox commentary on this, ties it to the disciple-guru relationship.  And relates that to Gita IV.34 and Gita II.54ff and Gita XIV.21-27

This guru relationship is also seen in Buddhism, Early Christianity, Early Rabbinic Judaism and Sufism.
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luu shalmaata luu balt’aata
May you be well, may you be healthy

Offline Baruch

Re: Getting Bent Out Of Shape with Yoga
« Reply #1 on: May 01, 2019, 02:41:50 PM »
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If he hasn't attained perfection in yoga, Krishna, on what path does he go?

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luu shalmaata luu balt’aata
May you be well, may you be healthy

 

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