This Beautiful Mess: There Is No Way Out But In

Pratyahara is derived from two Sanskrit words: prati and ahara, with ahara meaning food, or anything taken into ourselves, and prati, a preposition meaning away or against. Together they mean “weaning away from ahara”, or simply ingestion. ¬†In the system of yoga, pratyahara is a pivot point from the external to the internal. ¬†Pratyahara is…

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