T Krishnamacharya on Kriyā Yoga from the Yogavallī
The first chapter called Samādhi Pādaḥ assumes the aspirant has progressed adequately to be in a state called Samāhita.
Such a person is not easily agitated.
They have a clearer perception to comprehend concepts such as Īśvara, Vairāgya.
What about others who are known as Vyutthita Citta,
a mind easily prone to agitations and distractions?
This second chapter known as Sādhana Pādaḥ caters to them.
Chapter Two verse 1 – Kriyā Yoga
“The activites of Yoga are
self discipline, self-inquiry and contemplation on the divine.”
The first step consists of:
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