108 Study Path Pointers – 9 – What is it that weapons do not cleave……

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What is it that weapons do not cleave?
That fire does not burn?
That waters do not wet?
That wind does not whither?
– Commentary on Bhagavad Gītā Chapter Two verse 23

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108 Study Path Pointers – 8 – Sāṃkhya is about living more within that which doesn’t change……

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Sāṃkhya is about living more within that which doesn’t change,
rather than living more within that which does change.

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108 Study Path Pointers – 7 – Yoga Practice is an essential part of Yoga Study……

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Yoga Practice is an essential part of Yoga Study.
Rather than Yoga Study being an essential part of Yoga Practice.

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108 Study Path Pointers – 6 – What does reflecting on our relationship with Manomaya reveal?

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What does reflecting on our relationship with Manomaya reveal?
In other words what relationship do we have with our Saṃskāra or habitual patterns?
– Taittirīya Upaniṣad Chapter Three Bhṛguvallī verse 3

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108 Study Path Pointers – 5 – What does reflecting on our relationship with Prāṇamaya reveal?

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What does reflecting on our relationship with Prāṇamaya reveal?
– Taittirīya Upaniṣad Chapter Three Bhṛguvallī verse 2

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108 Study Path Pointers – 4 – What does reflecting on our relationship with Annamaya reveal?

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What does reflecting on our relationship with Annamaya reveal?
– Taittirīya Upaniṣad Chapter Three Bhṛguvallī verse 1

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108 Study Path Pointers – 3 – When seeking the light better to verify that it is the power of the light……

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When seeking the light better to verify
that it is the power of the light
rather than the light of power.

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108 Study Path Pointers – 2 – Suffering is the starting point……

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Suffering is the starting point for the Yoga journey of four steps from:
the symptom (Duḥkha or suffering);
through to the cause (Avidyā or illusion);
to the path (Kaivalya or independence);
and the means (Aṣṭāṅga or 8 limbed path) for Viveka or discrimination.
This fourfold process is at the heart of Yoga, Āyurveda and Buddhism.

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108 Study Path Pointers – 1 – Or linking to what we need to understand to help refine……

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Bhagavad Gītā Chapter FourJñāna Yoga or The Yoga of Knowledge

Or linking to what we need to understand to help refine the outcome of our actions.

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