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A natural breathing pattern that is relaxed and nonmanipulated. bikram yoga collecting, grasping. cow's face' posture hand gesture adopted during pranayama to alternate the flow of breath through the nostrils. highest hindu caste. kundalini magamuch means of increasing self-awareness using mantra, breath, and cognitive organs. meditation or contemplation, single-pointed focus of mind on either a form, thought or sound, quieting the mind, the seventh of the eight stages of classical yoga. moksha nature. purana saint, sage. seeing a revered person or being either with physical sight or in vision. shabda brahman supta "sleeping", "lying down" padangusta "big toe" asana "pose". supta virasana surya bheda pranayama the intellect. toe stand pose, often used in bikram yoga..
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Abhinavagupta's master. agnisar kriya an experience of the rise of kundalini where the breath "vanishes". bhakti eka pada kapotasana god of thunder. intellectual knowledge. jalandhara bandha nonstealing, one of the five yamas, or restraints, which are the first of the eight stages of classic yoga. one who has gone beyond the three gunas. one-legged king pigeon pose. pandavas purana rule; there are 5 rules described in the ashtanga yoga of patanjali. sound veerasana yoga yoga pose shoulderstand sarva all, whole, entire, complete - anga "limb", "body" asana "pose" sat "truth".
A comfortable meditative yoga pose; also called the 'yoga easy pose' or simply the cross-legged pose. a lock, or tightening, of the rectal muscles. avesah bhrumadhya easy breath energy channels in the body, similar to the meridians in acupuncture. gorakshasana guru who has attained self-realization. gurupunkti half spinal twist yoga pose, half lord of the fishes pose, spine twisting pose, often used in bikram yoga. headstand pose. intellectual ignorance, can be removed by studying and understanding spiritual texts. mayur pandavas pashupatta pingala nadi prakamya sannyasi sarvangasana shaktopaya shiva sutras siddhasana state of meditation in which one experiences perception of worldly activities and then god-consciousness in the background. vama swara vastra dhauti worlds or universes where gurus reside. yogic technique to cleanse the stomach by voluntary vomiting. there are two types: kunjal kriya (regurgitating of water) and vyaghra (regurgitating of food).