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It is conventional knowledge. To achieve yogic knowledge, Pantanjali recommends a path composed of "eight limbs. Raveh is deeply impressed with Daya Krishna's treatment of Pantanjali's Yogasutra. It is Daya Krishna's approach to the Yogasutra which motivates Raveh's work. The most important insight that Daya Krishna provides is that samadhi cannot be the ultimate goal of the yogi.
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Samadhi is commonly understood as an ultimate, unworldly state that is irreversible. The first two states of meditation, dharana and dhyana, clearly seem to admit of degrees of achievement.
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On this account, samadhi is both an irreversible state that one does not achieve and a meditative state beyond dhyana that yogis can experience. The second obvious observation is that Daya Krishna and Raveh appear to be reprising the reformation that took place in the Buddhist tradition when Mahayana Buddhism broke from Buddhism's early form. The yogi who exercises freedom by returning from the state of samadhi is like the bodhisattva, who renounces perfect enlightenment to bring salvation to all sentient beings. Contents Machine generated contents note: 1.
Revisiting avidya and abhinivesa: a note on yoga psychology 3. Rethinking prajna: Yogasutra 1. Text as a process: a dialogue with Daya Krishna 5.
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