David Gordon White - 2009 - 352 pages - Google eBook - Preview 86 What is the meaning of the term yogayukta as a modifier of a warrior, and what is significant about piercing the disk of ... is termed the “difficult ascent” in the Brāhmaṇas, which divide it into two movements: ascent and descent . ...
- 2009 - 352 pages - Google eBook - Preview One concerns a chariot warrior who has refused to fight (Balarāma): while he is yogayukta, a great serpent emerges from ... Like the yogayukta chariot warriors who pierce the otherwise impermeable barrier of the sun, these epic yogis ... books.google.com
Vasugupta, Mark S. G. Dyczkowski, Bhāskarabhaṭṭa - 1992 - 247 pages - Google eBook - Preview While, on the contrary, the Mantras, etc., of one who is intent on the practise of Yoga (yukta) and possesses Siva's unique qualities can, for this reason, make any phenomenon manifest, however hard this may be. Exposition As the reader ... books.google.com
Swami Chinmayananda - 145 pages - Preview Definition of a Yoga-Yukta: whom do we accept as one who had achieved this great Goal of all Yoga? When can we consider ourselves as ... A master of his senses, free from all the cravings of the flesh and mind, a Yoga Yukta, is one; ... books.google.com
Mikel Burley - 2007 - 226 pages - Google eBook - Preview Fixed in yoga (yoga-yukta), the sage goes to brahman in no time.' If saÅkhya is synonymous with saÅnyasa – as is implied in these verses – then we are faced with two incompatible statements: on the one hand both samkhya and yoga are ... books.google.com The Sanskrit epics - Page 310
J. L. Brockington - 1998 - 596 pages - Preview It is also worth noting that there is quite a close parallel to the themes apparent in Drona's death in that of Bhurisravas, also described as yogayukta, earlier in the parvan (7.1 18.16-18), while in the Kamaparvan the dying Drona is ... books.google.com
books.google.com Narayana Guru - 1977 - 260 pages - Snippet view One who is united with the true self ( Yogayukta), of an entirely purified nature ( Visuddha- tma), ... The law of this ascent of consciousness vertically towards a direct grasp of reality, as different from its horizontal movement ...