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binod sapkota,ktm

i loved the article


super cool article
I'll try to practice with pratyahara

really appreciate your writings


I like this explanation of Pratyahara a lot! Thank you.


Thank you for this article!


awesome article..helped me understand the real meaning of "pratyahara". Keep these articles coming..


Thanks for this great article. I too have struggled with the meaning of this limb of yoga but this confirms what it means to me too. thanks so much


YES! Judith, thanks for confirming my interpretation of this teaching. As a Buddhist practitioner, I've always struggled with the traditional commentary on this practice - that you are to literally cut yourself off from experiencing the world. It's not practical or desirable "off the cushion" and therefore can't lead to sustainable enlightenment. However, learning (through asana and meditation, etc.) to cut through our REACTION to worldly phenomena is very desirable and very practical in the "real world". Please keep teaching, Judith-ji!


This is a much needed article. Too much silliness floats around out there. Truly compassionate and rational! Thanks BE!


Beautiful article. Thank you.


Wonderfully stated. I have passed it on to my students. Thank you.

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