I (51 sutras) known as Samadhi, Chapter II (55 sutras) known as Sadhana, Chapter III (56 sutras) known as Vibhuti, Chapter IV (34 sutras) known as Kaivalya, as shall be explained below.In the first chapter Yoga is defined and some of obstacles to achieve Yoga are enumerated. Not only have these teachings given me the confidence to take my teaching practices to the next level, but also provided me with the self-reflection tools to understand who I really am, what I want out of life and how I can craft my life in a way that is in accordance with my values and allows me to consciously pursue all of my dreams. If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund. The "eight limb yoga" is described in chapter 2 sutras 28-55, and chapter 3 sutras 3 and 54. Sutra 3.17 to 3.49 is all about the Siddhis (powers) that Yoga provides us. Chapter 3 of the Yoga Sutras: Experiences (Vibhuti Pada) Dharana, Dhyana, & Samadhi, #6, 7, and 8 of 8 rungs (Yoga Sutras 3.1-3.3) 3.1 DESHA-BANDHAS-CHITTASYA DHAARANAA. Titled Vibhuti-Pāda, this chapter is written for a seasoned and dedicated student who has mastered the concepts in Chapters 1 and 2. 1.2 Yogah chitta vrtti nirodhah Yoga is the mastery over mental disturbances.
Introduction and commentary on the Chakra system as outlined in Sutras 3.29 - 3.34; How the mind acquires extraordinary powers, Warnings along the path of Yoga and remembrance of the goal of, Discussion on the concept of mental clarity and its role in achieving.