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Yogic practice is comprised of eight types or "limbs" of discipline. They were first codified by Patanjali, who compiled his Yoga Sutras in the fifth or sixth century B.C., based upon the teachings of various Yoga sects. The eight disciplines are:

(l) Yama (abstention from evil conduct)
(2) Niyama (virtuous conduct)
(3) Asana (physical postures)
(4) Pranayama (regulation of the breath)
(5) Pratyahara (withdrawal of the senses)
(6) Dharana (concentration)
(7) Dhyana (meditation)
(8) Samadhi (union of subject and object)


These disciplines may be classified into five groups:

(1) Moral training: Yama, Niyama. Purification and harmonization of the mind.
(2) Physical training: Asana, Pranayama. Regulation of vital energy and blood circulation; regulation of nervous and muscle functions.
(3) Mental training: Pratyahara, Dharana. Breaking through the shell of the self through introversion and the control of consciousness.
(4) Spiritual training: Dhyana. Attaining superconsciousness and contact with spiritual beings.
(5) Samadhi: Oneness with the Divine, the highest stage of spiritual development.


@dlblair The so called "supernatural" is by definition not even capable of interaction with the world of phenomena. If something happens in this world it's natural, it's a part of nature. How would you demonstrate psychic abilities to someone? I really want to know this, I've been asking the creator of this channel to make a video on it for quite awhile now, and he hasn't made a video yet. I would rather you teach him that he needs to be a critical thinker and to not accept ANYTHING on authority. What you are teaching is not skepticism at all, it's blind faith in materialist doctrines that exclude the powers of the mind. True skepticism is a double-edged sword that assumes nothing and tests everything. Channels like this one only demonstrate that all psychic phenomena can be faked; either through editing, or through tricks, etc. so the only real conclusion we can come to after knowing this is that psychic abilities can NOT be demonstrated since you would in practice not be able to tell apart the real deal from the fake. Just like how in the second world war the surveillance planes couldn't tell the inflatable balloon tanks on the ground weren't real but it doesn't mean actual tanks aren't a thing. So you know what's my conclusion about psychic abilities? Well one decade ago, when I was 20 years old, a man demonstrated for me something called remote viewing. At that time I was an ignorant nihilist who hated and mocked religions (I still mock religions) and didn't care for philosophy or anything spiritual (and I still hate much of what is passed off as "spiritual"). Anyways I was posting at that time on an anonymous imageboard dedicated to politics and for that imageboard there was an IRC chat which was mostly for talking with the moderators about your bans. I was posting on that board about politics and being an edgy kid and this guy told me to get into the IRC and that he would PM me, he went by the acronym "JSG" on there. Once I was in the chat (remember, this is all text-based, and I would like to add that at the time I had no webcam that could be hacked nor a microphone that could be listened to, these were old computers not like today) he told me to write down 5 numbers at random and that he would tell me all the 5 numbers. I ignored his command and instead wrote down 6 numbers, each one between 2 to 3 digits long, on a paper he could never see because there were no webcams to hack and he's in a different country. He then immediately told me all 6 nPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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>The Skeptic's Dictionary: A Collection of Strange Beliefs, Amusing Deceptions, and Dangerous Delusions


>Paranoia: The Psychology of Persecutory Delusions


>Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds


>Delusions and Other Irrational Beliefs (International Perspectives in Philosophy and Psychiatry)

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Step 1. Imagine the subject falling asleep (oneself or another it does not matter). It starts with a drowsiness and a letting go. You let go of all the strong desires animating you and driving you to move and do things. You just let go, you feel warm and cozy, you feel heavy, you …. you. ….

Step 2: You move your hand closer towards their nose and eyes. When you do that they drop like a stone.

You begin by imagining that stuff but then just as you're getting into it you move the hand to them and they drop. Around when you start the "you let go" part that is when you begin moving the hand in.

Step 3: Catch the person because they will drop asleep very fast. It is best to just have someone behind them to begin with to catch them.


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Hindu mystic who made a great impression on his biographer J. G. Bennett, who met him in 1961 when the sage was already a reported 135 years old. Bennett stated: "He was a true saint who produced an immediate and uplifting effect on everyone who entered his presence." Shivapuri Baba had a profound influence on many individuals during his long life, including Hindus, Buddhists, Moslems, and Christians.

When he was born, Britain was under the reign of George IV, and the future Queen Victoria was only a child of seven. Later in life, Shivapuri Baba visited England and made no fewer than 18 visits to Queen Victoria; he was possibly the first Indian holy man invited to meet the queen.

Shivapuri Baba was born in a Brahmin family in Kerala. His grandfather, a famous astrologer, announced that the boy would become a great sannyasin (renunciate or wandering monk) and became his guru until about 1840.

Shivapuri Baba decided to leave a worldly life in 1844, at age 18. After making a will leaving his rights of succession in his father's property to his sister, he joined his grandfather in the forest of the upper Deccan, near the banks of the river Narbada. The grandfather insisted that after his own death, the boy should meditate until he obtained God-realization, then make a pilgrimage on foot not only through India, but also around the world, and he set aside money for this purpose.

After the death of his grandfather, the young man received initiation as a sannyasin and took the name of Govindananda Bharati. He then retreated to the Narbada forest and spent 25 years in absolute seclusion. During this period he was even completely unaware of the Indian Mutiny of 1856. At the age of 50, he achieved the beatific vision and became aware of the divine as absolute, beyond name and form, which in Hinduism is considered the highest and most difficult stage of Godrealization. He then undertook his great pilgrimages.

He visited all the holy places of India, meeting Sri Ramakrishna and Sri Aurobindo. He went on to travel through Afghanistan and Persia, then made a pilgrimage to Mecca. After this experience of the Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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