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Date Posted: 08:26
Author: kriyaban - 17 Mar 2002
Subject: Analytical mind
In reply to: Hendrik - 16 Mar 2002 's message, "Re: Canada" on 08:25

Apparently an analytical mind after all is in itself not a greater obstacle to progress in yoga than the silly sentimentalism we meet so often today.

An analytical mind is an absolute requirement on this path.
One has to be very objective in these matters nowadays.
Have you read 'Raja yoga' by Swami Vivekananda , I think it has the best advice on Yog sadhana and the need for a no nonsense approach.

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