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Julie

rebecca - I believe you mean "Aparigraha"

reggie

Is there a Sanskrit term or word that represents being present or live in the present?
thank you

rebecca

I'm looking for the word that's description is "taking just enough". can someone help me out? I was reading about it here but have lost it and want to get back to it. THANKS

Tarasandra

would have been nice to get the full translation of VAiragya, it is just not complete
Thanks

Kim

I agree with Charlee. I am a beginner and practice with Jason Crandell's videos. He most always uses the Sankrit names of the poses and I don't know them only by the English name because I don't know how to pronounce them.

Charlee

Would it be possible to list the phonetic or the way to pronouce the words listed, thanks, charlee

j

There are soo many different types of yoga. Wht's the basic difference?

carmella

P, Namaste means, literally "I bow to you." It is a sign of respect. Hope this helps!

p

WHAT IS THE CORRECT MEANING OF NAMASTE

Thank you

Jim

I'm surprised that a definition for Namaste is not included in this list. Many students ask what it means.

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