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  • noun Plural form of yogin.

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Examples

  • In one of the many branches of Tibetan Buddhist yoga historically practiced by the yogins of Ladakh, there were three pre-requisites for initiate yogis to begin on the path: 1 You must be willing to spend many years alone in a cave.

    Josh Schrei: The Crucible Gone Cold: Modern Yoga, Christianity, and the Practice of Individual Transformation

  • In one of the many branches of Tibetan Buddhist yoga historically practiced by the yogins of Ladakh, there were three pre-requisites for initiate yogis to begin on the path: 1 You must be willing to spend many years alone in a cave.

    Josh Schrei: The Crucible Gone Cold: Modern Yoga, Christianity, and the Practice of Individual Transformation

  • Ushered in by a fresh round of murders, the new ruler attributed his improbable survival to the Nath sect of yogins, whose beliefs and yogic practices court painters expressed in some of the show's most astounding paintings.

    From the Worldly to the Divine

  • Does the impulse of the yogins to withdraw from society to pursue a spiritual quest make sense?

    The Great Transformation by Karen Armstrong: Questions

  • The Ashram in Pondicherry pursues a relatively traditional sadhana and attempts to train a community of yogins capable of spearheading evolution towards divinity.

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • The Ashram in Pondicherry pursues a relatively traditional sadhana and attempts to train a community of yogins capable of spearheading evolution towards divinity.

    Spiritual anarchy

  • Instead of seeking fulfilment in the profane world, the yogins of India de­termined, at each step of their journey that they would refuse to live in it.

    Buddha

  • Most yogins could only achieve the first jhana after years of study and hard work, but it had come to him without any effort on his part and given him a foretaste of Nibbana.

    Buddha

  • Yama: The “prohibitions” observed by yogins and ascetics, who were forbidden to steal, lie, have sex, take intoxicants or to kill or harm another being.

    Buddha

  • Long before Freud and Jung developed modern psychoanalysis, the yogins of India had discovered the unconscious mind and had, to a degree, learned to master it.

    Buddha

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