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Music of Meditation: Three Requirements for Yoga Practice

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Uploaded on Oct 8, 2008

Three requirements to play the music of meditation
Mastery of any art requires time, persistence, and devotion
Yoga Sutra 1.13:
Patanjali provides a definition of practice
tatra sthitau yatnah abhyasa
Practice is the endeavor towards steady tranquility
Yoga Sutra 1.14:
Patanjali outlines three requirements for practice
sah tu dirgha kala nairantarya satkara asevito drdha bhumih
sah tu = that (practice) however
dirgha kala = (must be done for) a long time
nairantarya = continuously, without interruption
satkara = (with) respect, devotion, adoration
asevitah = pursued assiduously, completely
drdha-bhumih = (becomes) firm of ground
Patanjali
Codifier of Yoga in the Yoga Sutras
Practice meditation with devotion, every day, without exception, for a long time

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