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  • noun Plural form of yogi.

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Examples

  • Having written about spirituality for many years, I'd like to point out that the whole point of Yoga is to achieve enlightenment, and that the most revered practitioners, whether known as yogis, swamis or mahatmas, transcend religion.

    Deepak Chopra: Who Owns Yoga?

  • Having written about spirituality for many years, I'd like to point out that the whole point of Yoga is to achieve enlightenment, and that the most revered practitioners, whether known as yogis, swamis or mahatmas, transcend religion.

    Deepak Chopra: Who Owns Yoga?

  • Having written about spirituality for many years, I'd like to point out that the whole point of Yoga is to achieve enlightenment, and that the most revered practitioners, whether known as yogis, swamis or mahatmas, transcend religion.

    Deepak Chopra: Who Owns Yoga?

  • Having written about spirituality for many years, I'd like to point out that the whole point of Yoga is to achieve enlightenment, and that the most revered practitioners, whether known as yogis, swamis or mahatmas, transcend religion.

    Deepak Chopra: Who Owns Yoga?

  • Having written about spirituality for many years, I'd like to point out that the whole point of Yoga is to achieve enlightenment, and that the most revered practitioners, whether known as yogis, swamis or mahatmas, transcend religion.

    Deepak Chopra: Who Owns Yoga?

  • Having written about spirituality for many years, I'd like to point out that the whole point of Yoga is to achieve enlightenment, and that the most revered practitioners, whether known as yogis, swamis or mahatmas, transcend religion.

    Deepak Chopra: Who Owns Yoga?

  • Having written about spirituality for many years, I'd like to point out that the whole point of Yoga is to achieve enlightenment, and that the most revered practitioners, whether known as yogis, swamis or mahatmas, transcend religion.

    Deepak Chopra: Who Owns Yoga?

  • Having written about spirituality for many years, I'd like to point out that the whole point of Yoga is to achieve enlightenment, and that the most revered practitioners, whether known as yogis, swamis or mahatmas, transcend religion.

    Deepak Chopra: Who Owns Yoga?

  • Having written about spirituality for many years, I'd like to point out that the whole point of Yoga is to achieve enlightenment, and that the most revered practitioners, whether known as yogis, swamis or mahatmas, transcend religion.

    Deepak Chopra: Who Owns Yoga?

  • Having written about spirituality for many years, I'd like to point out that the whole point of Yoga is to achieve enlightenment, and that the most revered practitioners, whether known as yogis, swamis or mahatmas, transcend religion.

    Deepak Chopra: Who Owns Yoga?

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