Patanjali Yog Sutra | EP #47 | एक ‘योगी’ की विभूतियाँ (भाग-5)

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Patanjali Yog Sutra | EP #47 | एक ‘योगी’ की विभूतियाँ (भाग-5)

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December 10, 2022

Through Vibhutipada (विभूतिपाद), the third chapter of the Patanjali Yog Sutra, Sri Guru gives us deep insights into the mysticism that surrounds a Yogi (Sadguru), revealing how they put to use this power for the transformation of seekers.

There are five types of Vayu (currents of vital force) listed in our yogic scriptures: the Prana Vayu (inward moving breath), Apana Vayu (downward moving breath), Samana Vayu (equalising breath), Udana Vayu (ascending breath), Vyanu Vayu (diffusive breath).

It is often perceived that the energetic movements of these Vayu gives some bizarre powers like levitation or painlessness, in addition to physical, emotional and mental wellness. However, for a true Yogi (Sadguru), the real Vibhuti is quite different and far-reaching.

Here, Sri Guru reveals the truth about how a Yogi (Sadguru) masters the subtle elements like the Vayu, for the welfare of seekers.

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