Tag Archives: Right Observance

Luminosity

30. Luminosity Amitabha’s Luminous Hue Amitabha’s Luminous Hue signifies that the Noble One’s persistence lights the Flame of Eternal Truth that radiates a billion-fold Dharma-field encompassing all dharmata. Clinging to Right Observance illuminates all thus highlighting inexhaustible spiritual principles enlightening … Continue reading

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The Retirement of the Senses

Completion of Book II ii. 53-55 Mind is Freed from all Distractions 2.53 Thus Purified, Successful Self-Recollection is Won Mind now beholds Itself in the Luminous Light of the Unborn. Within Meditation, the Yogin now successfully navigates the pranaic (Qi)-channels … Continue reading

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Elements of Right Observance

ii.32 Observances that set spirit free 2.32 Elements of Right Observance. Purification Spiritual Contentment Ascetic Discipline Spiritual Reading Devotion to the Lord of Yoga Purification: these five elements of Niyama (Right Observance) begin with both external and internal purification. Daily … Continue reading

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