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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.

    Yoga Ajaran Hindu Fenomenal

  • The first two stages, yama and niyama, are the ethical guidelines of Yoga.

    American Yoga Association Beginner’s Manual Fully Revised and Updated

  • Yama means “restraint,” and niyama means “nonrestraint” or “observance,” and there are five yamas and five niyamas.

    American Yoga Association Beginner’s Manual Fully Revised and Updated

  • Ajaran Astangga Yoga yang terdiri dari yama, niyama, asana, pranayama, pratyahara, dhrana, dyana dan Samadhi, dapat include menjadi satu dengan melaksanakan asana dan pranayama.

    Yoga Ajaran Hindu Fenomenal

  • Pelaksanaan asana-pranayama dalam satu gerakan akan dapat membangkitkan cakra di dalam tubuh, hal ini dapat diperoleh dengan hal yang disyaratkan dengan ajaran yama (ahimsa, brahmacari, satya, asteya, awyawaharika), niyama (akroda, guru susrusa, sauca, aharalagawa dan apramada).

    Yoga Ajaran Hindu Fenomenal

  • 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.

    Yoga is Fenomenal Hindu Teachings

  • Yoga teachings Astangga consisting of yama, niyama, asana, pranayama, pratyahara, dhrana, dyana and samadhi, one can include into the asana and pranayama implement.

    Yoga is Fenomenal Hindu Teachings

  • One (in the observance of Sannyasa) should not feel reluctant in discharging the duties included in Yama and those also that walk behind them (and are included in niyama).

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3 Books 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12

  • Those that are included in niyama are purity (of body and mind), contentment, study of the Vedas, meditation on the Supreme, etc.

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3 Books 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12

  • Beside the order of action (kamma), of the physical forces (utu), of biological forces (bīja, or germs), and of mind, there was, if one may so call it, the moral or regenerative cosmos – dhamma-niyama – by which the living universe evolved its Buddhas and toiled upward out of the eternal round of saŋsāra towards salvation and the ideal.

    Psalms of the Sisters

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