Renunciation of emotions by controlling as much as possible, the rise of emotions, by focusing (our) thinking on our breathing ! Instead of continuously building-up stress it is far better 2 focus our thinking (as much as possible) on our breath. By doing this, we create a pause, a break in our compulsive thinking, which permits us 2 re-establish peace in our mind & soul. Naturally as 2 be able 2 get 2 that peace of mind, one cannot react emotionally ! Evidently, emotional reacting deepens the energy of our thoughts. Emotion turns energy into matter settling into our being.
# Adharma : opposite of dharma–amorality-unethical
# Atman : person - self – godly and or heavenly spark
# Ahimsa : violencelessness
# Asãna : body postures or asãna’s
# Avatar or Avatãra : traveler of worlds - incarnation of godliness
# Diksha : dis-attachment - both the offering and the renunciation
# Dharma : duty or work 4 humans - ethical code and order - (spiritual practice - Buddhist teachings)
# Jñaña-yoga : knowledge received through yoga
# Jyothi : the ultimate causal Light - well of being and consciousness
# Karma : the law of cause and effect - causality
# KarmaBhuni : Work-planet, representative 4 the present day work-experience-field - our world
# Kavalyam or transcendental pleasure of oneness with the One
# Mãyã : illusion / our world
# Moksha : deliverance from samsara
# Nirvana : deliverance - bliss(fullness) - salvation
# the One or the Absolute, Brahman, tao or dao, Allah, Yahweh, the holy Father, Abraham, God, the Light, etc.
# Prakriti : illusion / our universe - the Separation
# Prãna : the Chinese Chi - electro magnetism – vital energy in (!) air
# Purusha : cause of Life - the Light - the One, God, etc.
# Samãdhi : spiritual vision(s) - intense contemplation of Truth – experiencing oneness and unity - connection - 8th and final stage of Patãnjali's 8 step yoga sutra’s
# Samsara : cycle of uncontrolled birth, death and rebirth
# Yajña : renunciation - both the offerings and the sacrifice