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  • This limb is called dharana, or “one pointedness of the mind.”

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  • The sixth step in the raja yoga system is known as dharana, concentration, and the sages spend much time explaining how the practice of concentration is an essential prerequisite to the practice of meditation.

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  • The activity of holding the mind on to an object is called "dharana".

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  • “In Cambridge, it's all about helpingyou — the violator — reclaim the wholeness that's your birthright with the three limbs of Patanjali's classical yoga: dharana, dhyanaandsamadhi.”

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  • Just as a dam holds water without tension, the yogis say, so the mind should be one-pointed in dharana, to prepare for the next limb, dhyan, or meditation.

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  • The mind is the king of the senses, and dharana is the crown of yogic knowledge, teaching how to remove unconscious habits, impressions, and tendencies.

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  • This singular focus of dharana is supposed to be a relaxed state, yet one still maintaining complete focus.

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  • Aiming, targeting, and holding a focus are all practice for achieving dharana within.

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  • Pada pelatihan tertentu seperti Trancendetal Meditation, asanas-pranayama yang didukung oleh kesepuluh unsur yama-niyama akan menuju kepada pratya-hara (konsentrasi), dharana, dyana, dan Samadhi.

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  • Such as training on specific Trancendetal Meditation, asanas, pranayama is supported by the tenth element yama-niyama will go to the pratya-hara (concentration), dharana, dyana, and samadhi.

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