- n. Plural form of posture.
“A yoga practice comprised only of postures is an exercise routine.”
“The craving of perfection of postures is still a desire, and in yoga the practitioner is attempting to move to a state of mind that is beyond clinging.”
“Sprawled about the bed in postures meaningless to the point of obscenity.”
“As the postures are all quite clearly explained, try any exercises you desire in any order you choose.”
“The branch of the system which deals with method and discipline is called Kriyâ-yoga and in later works we also find the expression Haṭha-yoga, which is specially used to designate mechanical means (such as postures, purification, etc.) prescribed for the attainment of various mental states.”
“i am endlessly amused & sickened ... no easy trick - by people rushing to kiss Lugars ass, ignoring the fact hes got blood & guts up to his armpits from his statesmanlike "postures" during the Carter/Reagan/Bush I mass murder in Central America.”
“Excessive and lustful kissing, lustful embraces, suggestive postures and gestures, are not to be shown . . .”
“According to Locke, dance teachers should eliminate “apish affected postures” and “the jigging part” that leads children away from “perfect graceful carriage.””
“It shows in the tired drought lines of our faces and in the uninspired, non-fluidic postures of our bodies.”
“* Explore the foundations and simple graces of asana (postures).”
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