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The Consciousness of Children
Swami Niranjanananda Saraswati
Rather than looking at consciousness as belonging to a child or an adult, let us look at the idea of consciousness as yoga believes it to be.


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Consciousness in its true nature: When the primary elements (gunas) involve, or resolve themselves back into that out of which they emerged, there comes liberation, ...

in Motion
Vinyasa yoga teaches us to cultivate an awareness that links each action to the next—on the mat and in our lives.
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Consciousness-only
One of the main features of Yogācāra philosophy is the concept of consciousness-only (cittamātra or vijñapti-mātra).

is perpetual. is, even in between thoughts! It is there all the time, and is totally unaffected by what you do. No matter where your attention is focused, the inside is totally unaffected.

Unconsciousness is Dangerous
Periodically we get asked if the practice of Kundalini yoga is dangerous. First, many of the people who advance this opinion are not talking about Kundalini Yoga.

Double
In Nirvikalpa Samadhi, the Yogi's merges with the absolute . There is no bodily fixation.

Krishna-consciousness: the knowing of K r i s h n a or the condition in which one is aware of Him, knows Him, meditates on Him, works for Him, proclaims His glories etc.

cannot be externalised because is indivisible. If you imagine that is divisible, you have also to imagine that there is a gap between the two parts thereof. Who is conscious of this gap?

Consciousness which comprises mind, intellect
Chitta vritti
Movement of the consciousness ...

- the state of being conscious; awareness of one's own existence, sensations, thoughts, surroundings, etc.
Dristhi - gazing point
Japa - continuous chanting/repetition of a mantra ...

Consciousness
It refers to I-consciousness. It is subtler than the mind and is the witness of everything.
Dharma
Moral duty that is in line with universal flow. It is guided by intuition.

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The luminous, self-aware, and creative Reality that is the essential Self of all that exists; a name for God, the Absolute, the supreme Truth. See also SELF.

CONSCIOUSNESS:
The intelligent, supremely independent, divine Energy, which creates, pervades, and supports the entire universe.
DAKSHIN KASHI: ...

; unmanifest aspect of and energy
Chidakasha
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Consciousness, Thoughts, Emotions, Perceptions, Memory, Intelligence and Judgment.
The Condition Of Mind
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the which allows growth to take place; the one unchanging reality
Buddhi
discerning discriminating aspect of mind; from the route "bodh" meaning to be aware of, to know; intellect.
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Chaitanya ...

Our consciousness canter at the third eye -- the ajna chakra
From foot to crown (sahasrara) as upon earth as in heaven- Mother earth and Father sky
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When desires expression as an organism, it needs tools to control and work with the physical body. This is illustrated by the idea of Shiva and Shakti as a playing couple.

Pure Consciousness,\"One who sleeps in the city of life\" \"That which fills all, that which dwells in the body (puranatvat)\", The cosmic Self.
Raga
Desire under the form of attachment.

Cit ("") - the superconscious ultimate Reality (see tman, brahman)
Citta ("that which is conscious") - ordinary , the mind, as opposed to cit
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Cosmic consciousness exists as pure energy vibrating in space. Known as Sakti in its diversity, this power becomes maya - usually interpreted as "illusion" - when we forget that the Light is present, ...

Divine , which is the essential nature of each human being.

Shakti: ...

As your consciousness continues to move in your third eye, pastel colors begin to appear in your forehead. Sumptuous, glorious pinks, yellows, whites, blues, indigos, greens, and purples take their turn or play in combination in your forehead.

supreme , absolute reality, God, divinity.
Brahmanand
finding fullness of "God " residing in one's own nature.

acitti unconsciousness; the non-perceiving principle in our consciousness.
acyuta [not-fallen, firm, solid], unperturbed, unmoved.
adbhutah wonderful.

Chitta - .
Cossipore - Northwestern suburb of Calcutta where Sri Ramakrishna was moved from Dakshineshwar for the treatment of throat-cancer and where he passed into mahasamadhi on Aug 16, 1886.

ordinary consciousness, the mind, as opposed to cit.
Chandogya
Name of an Upanishad ...

man; pure
Purushartha
purpose of the , of man's existence- the four basic needs or desires, arth, kaama, dharma, moksha ...

CHITTA - consciousness, the substratum of thinking, mind-stuff
- CHITTA VRITTI - thought wave
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When the , poised in perceiving, blends together the name, the object dwelt on and the idea, this is perception with exterior consideration.

CHAITANYA: Pure Consciousness.
CHAKRAS: Centres of energy in the human system.
CHANDOGYA: Name of an Upanishad.
CHELA: Disciple.
CHIRANJIVI: One who has gained eternal life.
CHITTA: Subconscious mind.

Brahman is both and power (shakti). This sakti operates in many ways, including the power or creation. One such power is the veiling power which veils the spiritual truth of the oneness of .

Complete spiritual consciousness or samadhi.
Despite its philosophical underpinnings, yoga is primarily a pragmatic discipline. It shares some elements with Hinduism but it is not a religion.

Prameya - cognitive
Prana kundalini - a stage in the experience of the rise of kundalini when one feels a "throbbing joy"
Pranaharan - killing an animal ...

Adwaita : A philosophy according to which there is no duality - only a singular state of consciousness
Agni : Yoga word for fire.
Agnisar Kriya : One of the shatkarmas (cleansing practices) -intestinal cleansing.

Mars Chakra: See Manipura Chakra Meditation: The state of characterized by mental stillness and inner calm coupled with an intense awareness.

AJNA: the centre of the consciousness meaning "perception" (THIRD EYE CHAKRA)
ANAHATA CHAKRA: the centre of consciousness at the heart "unstruck" (HEART CHAKRA)
ANANDA: joy, bliss ...

Samadhi -- full absorption in God , a sacred tomb for the body of a saintly person.
Samsara -- the cycle of repeated birth and death in the material world.
Sanatana -- eternal.

See also: See also: Yoga, Mind, Spirit, Body, Spiritual

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