Patanjali’S Yogic Concepts Part Vii  Pratyahar
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  • 1. Dr.Abhijit A.Redij Ayurved & Yoga Consultant Treatment, Therapy, Training & Talks Consultings At - Marine Lines, Kurla, Thane and Andheri Medical Officer ,Kaivalyadhama ,Mumbai Mobile. 98694 36203,98202 36203 e-mail - [email_address]  
  • 2. YOGA YAMA NIYAMA ASANA PRANAYAMA PRATYAHARA DHARANA DHYANA SAMADHI
  • 3. P.Y.S.-54-55
    • sva vishaya asamprayoge chitta swarupanukar iva indriyanam pratyahar
    • tatah parama vashyate indriyanam
  • 4. Pratyahar
    • Prati + Aahar
    • Indriyanigraha (atma+manas +indriya +artha = gnyan)
      • Ear - Shabda
      • Skin - Sparsha
      • Eyes - Rupa
      • Tongue - Rasa
      • Nose - Gandha
  • 5. Pratyahar
    • Swa vishya asamprayoga
    • Chitta swarupanukar
    • Drawing of the chitta towards itself
    • Yoga Chitta vrutti nirodha
  • 6.
    • It is an selfactuated process
    • Automatic after establishment of Pranayam
    • Withdrawal of the senses inwards towards chitta
  • 7.
    • tatah parama vashyate indriya
    • Result- complete mastery over senses
  • 8.
    • This creates good ground for Antarang yoga
      • Dharana
      • Dhyan
      • Samadhi
    • Chitta is experienced in its true natural sense
  • 9.
    • Pratyahar comes at the end of Sadhan pad
    • Dharana Dhyan Samadhi fall in the vibhuti pad
    • Quite a little efforts are made in Pratyahar then rest all is experienced effortlessly
  • 10. Thanks
    • Let Us Plant Hope In To Our Lives