Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|the principle of doing no harm to living creatures: one of the cornerstones of yoga philosophy.
|a yoga practice.
|a yoga posture.
|a residential place for people living together and practising yoga.
|one of the stages of life through which the truth-seeker must pass.
|one living in an ASHRAM.
|ashtanga astanga asthanga
|a form of yoga aiming to synchronize breathing and posture.
|devotion to a god, as a path to salvation; a form of yoga.
|in Sikh culture, a disc-shaped knife used as a missile; a discus representing the sun, as in portrayals of Hindu gods; in yoga, one of the seven centres of spiritual power in the body.
|as in hatha yoga, a form of yoga stressing the importance of physical exercises and positions and breathing-control in promoting physical and mental wellbeing.
|spiritual knowledge, as in jnana yoga, a form of yoga stressing this.
|in yoga, spiritual energy that lies dormant at base of spine until the brain is enlightened.
|as in maha yoga, a form of yoga practised with a master that incorporates all eight classical yogas.
|a sacred word or syllable, chanted in yoga practice.
|a sealing movement in Yoga.
|the sacred lotus, after which a famous yoga posture is named.
|in yoga, vital energy present in air and sunlight.
|the discipline of yogic breathing.
|a meditative posture in which one lies on one's back that is typically considered the final resting pose in yoga .
|one who has attained occult powers or SIDDHI.
|(in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism) the supernatural powers that come with the spiritual perfection attained by yoga meditation, etc.
|any of a number of Hindu and Buddhist writings giving religious teaching and ritual instructions (including the use of incantations, diagrams, etc), as in tantric yoga, a form of yoga based on these.
|relating to TANTRA.
|the teaching of TANTRA.
|one who practises tantric yoga.
|a system of Hindu philosophy showing the means of emancipating the soul from further reincarnations and uniting it with the supreme being; any of a number of systems of physical and mental disciplines based on this.
|yogee yogi yogin
|one who practises yoga.
|relating to yoga.
|a female YOGIN.
|the practice of YOGA.