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  • noun Alternative spelling of yogi.

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  • The synthesis of the Vedantic and grammarian schemes within the tantric manifold figures most prominently in the works of Abhibnavagupta, the great Kashmiri Shaiva yogin, polymath and philosopher.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • The synthesis of the Vedantic and grammarian schemes within the tantric manifold figures most prominently in the works of Abhibnavagupta, the great Kashmiri Shaiva yogin, polymath and philosopher.

    Epoche vs. aletheia

  • Gebser and Sorokin, towards the end of their lives, both discovered with surprise and great appreciation that, from the beginning of the century onwards, the Indian yogin-philosopher Sri Aurobindo Ghose had developed a philosophy of development which was extraordinary in depth and extent and ran in parallel lines and close to their own concepts.

    Sri Aurobindo is not yet recognized

  • Gebser and Sorokin, towards the end of their lives, both discovered with surprise and great appreciation that, from the beginning of the century onwards, the Indian yogin-philosopher Sri Aurobindo Ghose had developed a philosophy of development which was extraordinary in depth and extent and ran in parallel lines and close to their own concepts.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • Near the beginning of Part Two, Heehs writes: "Together they Aurobindo's own writings and accounts of his spiritual experiences may constitute the richest documentation of the spiritual development of an advanced yogin that has ever been made available."

    Richest documentation of mystic life

  • Near the beginning of Part Two, Heehs writes: "Together they Aurobindo's own writings and accounts of his spiritual experiences may constitute the richest documentation of the spiritual development of an advanced yogin that has ever been made available."

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • Gebser and Sorokin, towards the end of their lives, both discovered with surprise and great appreciation that, from the beginning of the century onwards, the Indian yogin-philosopher Sri Aurobindo Ghose had developed a philosophy of development which was extraordinary in depth and extent and ran in parallel lines and close to their own concepts.

    Experiments of integral action

  • The skilled yogin could now perform mental feats that were impossible for a lay­man; he had revealed the way the mind could work when trained in a certain manner.

    Buddha

  • A yogin might imagine, for example, that one of the higher states of trance was Nibbana and would not make the extra ef­fort to achieve complete release.

    Buddha

  • This was a difficult process, and the yogin needed careful supervision at each step of the way by a teacher, just as the modern analysand needs the support of his or her analyst.

    Buddha

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