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Date Posted: 19:26
Author: Anon-28Nov01
Subject: Re: New Book
In reply to: Anonymous-27Nov01 's message, "Re: New Book" on 19:25

It is not what I think (opinion), it is fact.

Both Patanjali, author of Yoga Sutras, and Tirumular, author of Tirumantiram, were brother disciples of Maharishi Nandinatha and they learned Yoga from him. They both wrote their treatises on Yoga, and Tirumular's Tirumantiram is considered by most to be the most complete Yoga work to date, whereas Patanjali's Yoga Sutras leave out a lot of stuff, for instance all the teachings about the chakras, kundalini, etc. Did you notice those things are missing from Patanjali's Yoga Sutras?

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