Parisamvad

Patanjali Yoga Sutra Transcribed from Parisamvad at The Yoga Institute. Chapter 2, Sutra 28 Patanjali Yoga Sutra 2.28 Yoganganusthanat Asuddhiksaye Jnanadiptih Avivekakhyteh Yoganga: steps of Yoga Anusthanat: by the sustained practice Asuddhi: impurities Ksaye: with the elimination Jnana: wisdom, knowledge Diptih: light, brilliance a: until Vivekakhyateh: discriminative knowledge For By The Sustained Practice Of The Accessories (Steps) Of Yoga, The Impurities Are Destroyed, And Enlightenment Of Wisdom Reaches Discriminative Knowledge. Listen to the audio: Check this out on Chirbit Dr. Jayadeva Yogendra:

"So we come to the next important sutra and that has to tell us about the various tips of yoga and how they work. They work at reducing the various hindrances, impurities and make it easier for subsequent yoga. Basically what we have to understand is that yoga would mean overcoming of the Kleshas - overcoming of those defects which we keep on talking about - Avidhya, Asmita, Raga, Dvesha, these have to be overcome and this overcoming work is carried out by the various techniques. So that's what the sutra is telling us, that when we follow yoga, we are actually working at overcoming these kinds of hindrances. We can't just forget that. We can't just talk of yoga and believe that we will land into the yogic land. Things like untruth, these have to be overcome.

Dr. Jayadeva Yogendra
Dr. Jayadeva Yogendra

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23rd Aug 2014 - Sunday - Saucha "One easiest way after watching the movie is to have a piece of good cloth and keep cleaning. This is the way. See, we are unclean from inside as much as from outside. Wrong thoughts, wrong desires, they go on adding. The real work is to maintain the purity from inside. Always have good thoughts and a sense of purity. No sooner we do that, than our mind becomes pure and we feel better." 24th Aug 2014 - Monday - Saucha "Saucha is today's topic, cleanliness - in a world which is very unclean. But we just can't understand the meaning of this because all that we are doing is done with bad motives, disturbed states of mind, hurry, worry and still we are expecting the results to be good. And somehow it doesn't happen. So Saucha is a word worth considering. It is only when we are internally very stable, undisturbed and are able to look at things in a quiet, peaceful way this Saucha can come. We have to work hard."

Dr. Jayadeva Yogendra
Dr. Jayadeva Yogendra

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17th Aug 2014 - Sunday - Difficulties in the path of Yoga "We have come here to listen to a great person who has followed yoga in his life and is gracious with others also. See, yoga would mean application. Apply everything you learn. Not just talk. If you can follow this, you can overcome all your difficulties. That's what one has to do." 18th Aug 2014 - Monday - Brahmacharya "So we have today 'Brahmacharya ashram'. You see this was considered as one of the stages of life. It also has many other meanings. Brahmacharis are those who give away all their material moral comforts. The idea is to give away things that one was clinging to, to get free."

Patanjali Yoga Sutra Transcribed from Parisamvad at The Yoga Institute. Chapter 2, Sutra 27 Patanjali Yoga Sutra 2.27 Tasya Saptadha Prantabhumih Prajna Tasya: to one Saptadha: sevenfold Pranta: final Bhumih: stage, level Prajna: discrimination, insight For Him There Is Advancement To The Highest In The Seven Stages Of Knowledge Listen to the audio: Check this out on Chirbit Smt. Hansaji J Yogendra:

"This is the final culmination of the state of a person. Now the point is that the person has reached the Rutumbara state where only pure knowledge exists. Everything else is gone. Then there is Vivek Khyati, he is remaining in Aviplava state, in the state throughout. Nothing can disturb that state. And now his Chitta is going to uplift. And these are the seven stages in which a person, step-by-step is releasing or uplifting himself.

Dr. Jayadeva Yogendra
Dr. Jayadeva Yogendra

To listen to audio recordings of Talks on yoga by Dr. Jayadeva visit: www.chirbit.com/theyogainstitute

10th Aug 2014 - Sunday - Positive rituals "The idea is that we should have good thoughts, good feelings sometime during the day. More important - before food. Those kinds of thoughts enter into the mind and can get deep. And as a result, can influence our life. So we have to understand that rituals and these kinds of things have meaning and they can arouse certain deeper thinking. And if it is done from early childhood, they get fixed. You can try and see." 11th Aug 2014 - Monday - Satya "We are talking about these virtues, Satya and all the rest. They are accepted, but never followed. You see, deep down between us, we have the contrary tendency. We see something and say something else. That creates confusion. So we have to change these habits. We have to see things correctly and convey them correctly. This is truth."

Dr. Jayadeva Yogendra
Dr. Jayadeva Yogendra

To listen to audio recordings of Talks on yoga by Dr. Jayadeva visit: www.chirbit.com/theyogainstitute

26th July 2014 - Saturday - Forgetting self in Marriage "When you all come here, you feel joy in meeting each other. Even though some may be coming from far, but the familiarity comes from deep inside. Love and understanding for each other are very unique things. Does this happen these days? We have to forget ourselves and understand others and increase our love and joy for others. The more this increases, the better the bond will become." 29th July 2014 - Tuesday  - Bhagavad Gita 7.11 "Interesting Shloka. It tells us about the capacities of God and the apparent incapacity that we see God and don't see any good out of Him. We doubt that there is such an entity. We are told that god that gives us strength, to the strong people. Without God's desire human beings would not be able to move. So this is the main idea here."

Patanjali Yoga Sutra Transcribed from Parisamvad at The Yoga Institute. Chapter 2, Sutra 25 Patanjali Yoga Sutra 2.25 Tad Abhavat Samyogabhavah Hanam Taddrseh Kaivalyam Tad: its Abvhavat: lack or absence Samyoga: union Abhavah: absence, dissolution Hanam: removal, cessation Tat: that Drseh: of the knower Kaivalyam: liberation, enlightenment If It (Ignorance) Has Disappeared, There Is Absence Of Conjunction - The Thing To Be Avoided, This Is Liberation For The Seer Listen to the audio: Check this out on Chirbit Dr. Jayadeva Yogendra:

“We are using this word ‘Prakriti’, which means – ‘the creator’- matter. The matter out of which this whole universe is made. And spirit- consciousness, which has nothing to do with all this; just awareness. These are important terms which if you are learning ‘Samkhya’, you have to understand- matter and spirit. Matter is the external world. Spirit is the awareness. When the two are mixed, that is where the problem is. We are unable to understand matter as separate from spirit. So the entire exercise in Yoga is to separate the two, till a stage is reached where spirit is by itself. So this is the way the whole thing goes- learning to separate the spirit from matter.”

Dr. Jayadeva Yogendra
Dr. Jayadeva Yogendra

To listen to audio recordings of Talks on yoga by Dr. Jayadeva visit: www.chirbit.com/theyogainstitute

5th July 2014 - Saturday - Our country's progress "It’s not bad to speak well about our country. It is an independent, progressing, new government and it's also trying hard. We should contribute our best as we can and not run it down. This should be our message."

6th July 2014 - Sunday - Brahmacharya "These appear as very simple ideas but we take them so ordinarily that we can’t put them to practice. The point is whatever we are doing let us become conscious and aware and let us do the things mindfully. The purpose and meaning or context in this can be the same. It’s worth considering such ideas."

Dr. Jayadeva Yogendra
Dr. Jayadeva Yogendra

To listen to audio recordings of Talks on yoga by Dr. Jayadeva visit: www.chirbit.com/theyogainstitute

29th June 2014 - Sunday - Asteya Taking things that belong to us and taking things that don't. Now unfortunately, the desire is to take things that don't belong and we feel greedy. Behind that, naturally there is this feeling that I am taking something that doesn't belong to me. And that is a feeling that keeps on growing. The other feeling that I should have cultivated is to (give) things that belong to me; do some work and let the benefits go to the other person, and like that. But we don't do like that. We hate. I know of good people who do good work and hand over the benefits to people who deserve and they don't even let others know. Many years later the fact is revealed. I would consider that as a better way of giving away rather than holding things that don't belong to me, but to which I falsely try to hang on to." 30th June 2014 - Monday - Artha "Dharma , Artha . Kama, Moksh, these are called as the purusharthas. In the human mind they are set, so they keep on working; we want more money and then more. How to use it is nobody's concern. So we have this very important word, Artha."

Patanjali Yoga Sutra Transcribed from Parisamvad at The Yoga Institute. Chapter 2, Sutra 24 Patanjali Yoga Sutra 2.24 Tasya Hetuh Avidya Tasya: of that Hetuh: the cause, reason Avidya: ignorance Ignorance Is The Cause Of This Injunction Listen to the audio: Check this out on Chirbit Dr. Jayadeva Yogendra:

"The cause if suffering is Avidhya - Ignorance. We are ignorant. We don't know and as a result we make mistakes. That is the cause. So as a correction, we should be knowing that. But we don't do that. We take it that we're clever and we go on. A wise person understands and then says, "Correct, I'm unable to understand and he has accepted. This is a point worth remembering. When we see any ordinary conversation, you will keep on bothering and go on making mistakes. That is a point worth considering.

This is a point that is very important because all problems in life are a result of this. Do consider."

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