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I've always wondered what the literal translation of udarakarshanasana is - does anyone know?
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Thank you. I love learning the definitions. I love the sound of the words, the meaning behind them and the original use and spiritual application to each term.
Pranayam means controlling the "Prana". Prana approximately converts to the life force within us. There are no perfect synonyms.
Why all this emphasis on these exotic words, as if their 'foreigness' somehow guarantees their validity?
Will someone explain pranayama / hamsa without having a tantric orgasm about the words?
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AHHHHH-- YOU FORGOT A 'V' WORD IN THE YOGA VOCAB-- 'VUBHUTI' -- BUT YOU WILL HAVE TO READ 'AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGI ' TO KNOW WHAT IT IS --- VUBHUTIS ARE THE SUPREAM ACHIEVEMENT OF YOGA PRACTICE AND LIFESTYLE! I HOPE I SPARKED YOUR INTREST! OM SHANTI ..........
Thanks, Pam. Supta=Reclining, like "supine" I suppose. There is a pose called Hasta Pada Gustasna (hasta=hand, pada=foot, gustasna=???