I am an invisible child of a thousand faces of love
That floats over the swirling sea of life,
Surrounded by the meadows of the winged shepherds,
Where stillness of divine love and beauty
Rain in the spring and bloom in the midnight
Summer's warmth of softness.
Sankalpa : Thought, intention, or will directed toward a specific outcome.
Sat ("being/reality/truth"): the ultimate Reality ( atman or brahman ) ...
SANKALPA - resolve, firm decision
SANNYASA - detachment from the worldly things and interests ...
Now that you are comfortably in your steady posture in your meditation space, you should make a sankalpa, or resolve, commanding the mind to be quiet for a specific length of time - this will give a powerful instruction to the subconscious mind.
sankarasya ca karta syam upahanyamimah prajah I should be the creator of confusion and slay these creatures. [Gita 3.24] ...
kAvya granthas (poetry works)
SubhAshita nIvI, yAdavAbyudayam, pAdukA sahasram, hamSa sandESam ...
In the Siddha Yoga tradition, ~ means intention in the sense of a prayer or resolution formed for the attainment of a spiritual purpose that is for the benefit of all.
1) Monkhood. 2) The ceremony and vows of monkhood.
11. Yatha ~: Can get whatever he likes.
12. Trikala-Jnana: Knowledge of past, present and future.
13. Advandva: Beyond the pairs of opposites.
The spiral, because of its consentience with a certain consciousness, ~, functions as an individual. The Kundalini energy is not my energy. There is no such thing as "my Kundalini. " The Kundalini has nothing to do with my being, it's purely of being! ...
A very special feature of Yoga-nidra is '~' which means a 'resolve' The relaxed body and mind are ideal soil for making a resolve. The '~' is affirmation of a statement, short, positive, precise about what you want to achieve.
Identifying a reason to develop healthier eating patterns could be considered setting your intention, or as we say in yogaspeak, your ~. This can be a pivotal moment and a touchstone that you return to as you work to change your habits. In some ways this is the easy part.
santi(h): peace or transitional period
sannyasi(n): a monk, one who has embraced the life of complete renunciation
sat: Existence Absolute, Being, Reality, Truth
satchidananda: Existence-Consciousness-Bliss Absolute
satsang(a): association with the wise ...
This is the way we nurture our own inner wisdom -- we build up our ~ shakti (strong determination to reach spiritual liberation).
~"Formative will; determination.
Shat-Karmas"Six purificatory exercises of Hatha Yoga, viz., Dhauti, Basti, Neti, Nauli, Trataka and Kapalabhati.
Siddhi"Perfection; psychic power.
Often we seek the emergence of kundalini shakti, the spiritual awakening, but the first form of that to emerge is ~ shakti, the shakti of determination. It says, in a strong voice, "I can do it; I will do it; I have to do it! ...
It is through the vibrations of psychic Prana that the life of the mind, ~ or thinking is kept up and thought is produced. You see, hear, talk, sense, think, feel, will, know, etc., through the help of Prana and therefore Srutis declare: Prana is Brahman.
See also: What is the meaning of Swami, Yoga, Ananda, Saraswati, Satya?