|We’re looking at the eight
limbs of Ashtanga Yoga. We’ve
already gone through the first five, which are external practices. These are the last three, which are
concentration. The idea is to fix
our attention on one focal point.
This helps us to gain equanimity, poise, and grace.
-Dhyana is meditation. The purpose of meditation is to quiet
the mind and open the heart. In
this way we become aware of our connection with the Divine.
super-consciousness. It is also
called bliss, union, or enlightenment.
It is when we experience the presence of the Divine with our entire
self, body mind and soul.