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Yoga And Superliving Dr. Shriniwas Kashalikar

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    Yoga And Superliving  Dr. Shriniwas Kashalikar Yoga And Superliving Dr. Shriniwas Kashalikar Document Transcript

    • YOGA NEW PERSPECTIVE DR. SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR
    • One of the intriguing and yet basic principles in human life is that you first sense the environment and then respond to it. This means, there is a sequence of stimulation, perception and motor response. This sequence is described as; cognition, affect and conation; perception feelings and response; stimulus, homeostatic change and response; and so on! The final stage of YOGA constitutes the union of all these three components of the sequence. Thus a profoundly evolved YOGI would be seen as if he is not doing any thing but in fact he is sensing beyond all sensory capacities, he is feeling beyond all emotional depths and he is responding beyond anything crudely apparent as action!
    • This is truly a culmination of YOGA (which means union); where impeccable and accurate perception, pinnacle of individual satisfaction and infinitely exuberant benevolence for the universe; unite; and constitutes the final destination of individual and universal progress or conscious evolutionary transformation! This era is especially unique because NAMASMARAN i.e. remembering the name of God usually inspired by a Guru ensures this process and progress of YOGA. DR. SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR