Pratyahara

Pratyahara (Devanāgarī प्रत्याहार, Tibetan སོ་སོར་སྡུད་པ་, Wylie so sor sdud pa) or the `withdrawal of the senses` is the fifth element among the Eight stages of Patanjali`s Ashtanga Yoga, as mentioned in his classical work, Yoga Sutras of Patanjali composed in the 2nd century BCE. It is also th......
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Pratyahara

(Skr.) Withdrawal of the senses from external objects, one of the psycho-physical means for attaining the object of Yoga (q. v.). For the theory of the senses conceived as powers, see Indriya. -- K.F.L.
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Pratyahara

sense withdrawal; first stage of concentrating on the mind during meditation
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Pratyahara

Sense withdrawal; first stage of concentrating on the mind during meditation.
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Pratyahara

Withdrawing the senses in order to still the mind as in meditation
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