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March 2016

Yoga Psychology | Yogic Learning & Yogic Thinking

2019-12-25T14:55:45+00:00

Manana -The 2nd Level The next step in the Four Step process of Yogic learning, following the first Smarana, [click here for Yogic Learning I] is Manana. The word Manana comes from the root Man in Sanskrit, meaning thought, and Manana is- to think. So, to think about what we have cognized through Smarana, is Manana. This is the second of the 4 step Yogic Learning process. According to Yoga, there are 5 ways of thinking, out of which 4 lead to error, and one leads to the right conclusions: Right Knowledge/ Pramana Cognitive Dissonance/ Non-discernment/ Viparyaya Affective delusion/Language based delusion/ [...]

Yoga Psychology | Yogic Learning & Yogic Thinking2019-12-25T14:55:45+00:00

February 2016

CHITTA- The 4 Level Matrix Of The Mind

2020-01-06T17:57:30+00:00

"As a human being, one has been endowed with just enough intelligence to be able to see clearly how utterly inadequate that intelligence is when confronted with what exists." - Albert Einstein Chitta, in Samskrit, the ancient language of Yoga, can be understood either as the entire range of consciousness, or the sub-conscious total memory storage area of the mind, depending upon the context in which the word is used. When Chitta is seen as the sub-conscious total memory storage area of the mind, the mind itself is seen as being composed of the following four parts: 1. Manas or the [...]

CHITTA- The 4 Level Matrix Of The Mind2020-01-06T17:57:30+00:00

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