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TitleScience of Yoga-Taimni
TagsYoga Mind Consciousness Yoga Sutras Of Patanjali
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Table of Contents
                            Section I: pg 9
	I-4: Crude description of theResults of Stilling the Mind
	I-5: The results of Maya--suffering
	I-6: The 5 Mind Modifications
	I-13: Abhyasa defined
	I-14: Conditions for success
	I-14: Sacrifice demanded for success in this path
	I-14: Make up your mind through many lives to reach the goal
	I-15: Vairagya defined
	I-15: Yogic philosophy vs. Orthodox Philosophy
	I-15: True Vairagya requirements
	I-15: The Key to true Vairagya--Viveka
	I-17: Samadhi Explanations
	I-17: Samadhi definition
	I-17: Pratyaya definition
	I-17: Many lives to achieve Kaivalya
	I-17: Stages of Samadhi
	I-18: Kosas illuminated by consciousness
	I-20: Four qualifications of a Yogi
	I-27: Shabdha
	I-27: Unique Shabha per level of consciousness
	I-27: Simran
	I-27: Vacaka: Name of a divine being, ruler, entity
	I-28: The operation of Mantra
	I-28: Japa technique defined
	I-28: Simran technique defined
	I-28: Bavana defined
	I-34: The value of Kumbhaka Pranayama
	I-35: Laya-Yoga a second Shabdha
	I-36: The claim of Shabdha and Laya (Kundalini) yoga
	I-41: On Samadhi
		I-41: Three aspects of reality perception
		I-41: The secret of Samhadhi
		I-41: How perception is flawed
		I-41: Prerequisits of Samadhi
		I-42:  How the mastery of Samadhi reveals the truth of our world
Section II: pg 116
	II-1: 3 month intitiation period
	II-3: The philosophy of Klesas
	II-3: The insignificance of "man"
	II-4: Definition: Avidya
	II-6: Definition: Asmita
	II-7: Definition: Raga
	II-8: Definition: Dvesa
	II-9: Definition: Abhinivesa
	II-10: Minimizing Klesas, Samskaras, Karma
		II-10: How To minimize Klesas, Samskaras, Karma
	II-16: Deal with Karma today, or deal with karma in next life
	II-18: Definition: Gunas
	II-18: In Kaivalya we do not lose our individuality
	II-18: Definition: Sattva
	II-19: Gunas
	II-19: Stages os Samadhi
	II-25: Out Of Body Experience
	II-28: Inner Guru Dev
	II-28: True Yoga Disciple defined
	II-33: Dealing with temptations
	II-34: Further temptation instruction for contemplation
	II-35-39: Firm in Yamas
		II-35: Firm in Ahimsa
		II-36: Firm in Truthfulness
		II-36: Firm in Honesty & Chastity
		II-39: Firm in Non-Possessiveness
		II-40: Physical Purity = Distaste for physical contact
		II-41: Mental Purity = Sattva
		II-42: Contentment = Superlative Happiness
		II-43: Austerities = Perfection of Sense Organs
		II-44: Self-Study = Union with God
		II-45: Resignation to God = Samadhi
	II-46: On Asana
	II-49: On 
		II-49: Definition of Prana
		II-49: REAL Pranayama (dangerous)
		II-50: Detail of Pranayama Practice
		II-51: Pranayama and Clairvoyance
		II-52: Pranayama and Aura
		II-53: Pranayama and Heightened concentration
	II-54: On Pratyahara
		II-54: Chart of Senses from Bhutas, thru Tanmatras, to Atma
		II-54: Discourse on mental activity
		II-54: Pratyahara defined (Dharana and Dhyana defined)
Section III: pg 244
	III-1: Yogic Concentration defined
	III-1: Prequisit for jumping to"Inner Planes"
	III-1: Dharana defined
	III-2: Dhyana defined
	III-3: Samadhi defined
	III-3: How Samadhi reveals
 the innermost nature of an object
	III-3: Chart displaying the phenomena of Thinking, Dharana, Dhyana, and Samadhi
	III-4: Samyama defined
	III-9: Nirodha defined
	III-9: Nirodha Parinama to pass through the "Cloud" into the next plane
	III-13: The "Magic" of Siddhis explained
		III-17: On animal communications
		III-18: On past lives
		III-19: On Mindreading
		III-20: On knowing motives
		III-21: On invisibility
		III-22: On removing sound
		III-23: On knowing time of death
		III-24: On altering personal character
		III-25: On super-human strength
		III-26: On know
ledge of the small, hidden, or the distant
		III-27: On Knowledge of Solar System
		III-28: On Knowledge of Astronomy
		III-29: On knowledge of Astrology
		III-30: On knowledge of Anatomy
		III-31: On quenching appetite
		III-32: On aquiring motionlessness
		III-33: On vision of perfected evolution
		III-34: On super-human intuition
		III-35: On the nature of mind
		III-36: On Purusa and Prakrti
		III-36: Is Kaivala devoid of happiness?
		III-37: On sensing intuitively, without the sense-organs
		III-39: On entering the body of another person
		III-40: On walking on water and levitation
		III-41: On digesting any amount of food
		III-42: On super-sensitive hearing
		III-43: On teleportation
		III-44: On contacting the Universal Mind
		III-45: On mastery of all matter
		III-46: On mastery of the body
		III-47: On perfection of the body
		III-48: On mastery of sense-organs
		III-49: On instant cognition in any state
		III-50: On omniscience and omnipotence
	III-51: Kaivalya follows the development and subsequent detachment of all the above, even Omniscience and omnipotence
	III-52: Beware of attachment to these
	III-53: Highest knowledge is Process of Time
Section IV: pg 331
	IV-2: Fundamental transformation, from one species to another, must override natural tendencies/potentialities
	IV-4: On removing past Karma
		IV-4: Creating Artificial Minds
		IV-5: Natural Mind directs artificial minds
		IV-6: Artificial minds carry no Samskara
		IV-7: How Artificial minds pay the debt
	IV-9: Karma Law Explained
	IV-24: Why we seek and desire
	IV-25: Complete death of Asmita to become Kaivalya
	IV-29: Vivek/Vairagya : Double Edge Sword to kill Asmita
	IV-33: Mindfulness

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