རྣལ་འབྱོར་

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རྣལ་འབྱོར། (Wyl. rnal 'byor) n. Pron.: naljor

  • wholesome communion with Being ▷HVG KBEU
  • the individual's tuning in to or linking up with (འབྱོར་) Being's dynamic genuineness (རྣལ་) ▷HVG MD
  • Skt. योगः, yoga, Pron.: yoga. From Sanskrit: the act of yoking, joining, attaching, harnessing, putting to (of horses) | a yoke, team, vehicle, conveyance | employment, use, application, performance | equipping or arraying (of an army) | fixing (of an arrow on the bow-string) | putting on (of armour) | a remedy, cure | a means, expedient, device, way, manner, method | a supernatural means, charm, incantation, magical art | a trick, stratagem, fraud, deceit (cf. [yoga- nanda]) | undertaking, business, work | acquisition, gain, profit, wealth, property | occasion, opportunity | any junction, union, combination, contact with (instr. with or without [saha], or comp.). ([yogam] √ [i], to agree, consent, acquiesce in anything) | mixing of various materials, mixture | partaking of, possessing (instr. or comp.) | connection, relation ([yogāt], [yogena] and [yoga-tas] ifc. in consequence of, on account of, by reason of, according to, through) | putting together, arrangement, disposition, regular succession | fitting together, fitness, propriety, suitability ([yogena] and [yoga-tas] ind. suitably, fitly, duly, in the right manner) | exertion, endeavour, zeal, diligence, industry, care, attention ([yoga-tas] ind. strenuously, assiduously | [pūrṇena yogena], with all one's powers, with overflowing zeal) | application or concentration of the thoughts, abstract contemplation, meditation, (esp.) self-concentration, abstract meditation and mental abstraction practised as a system (as taught by Patañjali and called the Yoga philosophy | it is the second of the two Sāṃkhya systems, its chief aim being to teach the means by which the human spirit may attain complete union with Iśvara or the Supreme Spirit | in the practice of self-concentration it is closely connected with Buddhism) | any simple act or rite conducive to Yoga or abstract meditation | Yoga personified (as the son of Dharma and Kriyā) | a follower of the Yoga system | (in Sāṃkhya) the union of soul with matter (one of the 10 Mūlikarthās or radical facts) cf. Tattvas | (with Pāśupatas) the union of the individual soul with the universal soul | (with Pāñcarātras) devotion, pious seeking after God | (with Jainas) contact or mixing with the outer world cf. ib. | (in astron.) conjunction, lucky conjuncture | a constellation, asterism (these, with the moon, are called [cāndra- yogāḥ] and are 13 in number | without the moon they are called [kha-yogāḥ], or [nābhasa-yogāh]) | the leading or principal star of a lunar asterism | N. of a variable division of time (during which the joint motion in longitude of the sun and moon amounts to 13 degrees 20 minutes | there are 27 such Yogas beginning with Vishkambha and ending with Vaidhṛti) | (in arithm.) addition, sum, total | (in gram.) the connection of words together, syntactical dependence of a word, construction (ifc. = dependent on, ruled by) | a combined or concentrated grammatical rule or aphorism (cf. [yoga-vibhāga]) | the connection of a word with its root, original or etymological meaning (as opp. to [rūḍhi], q.v.) [Mahavyutpatti] [Sanskrit] MVP MW

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