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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samskara_(Indian_philosophy)

Samskaras or sanskaras (Sanskrit: संस्कार) has several context driven meanings in Indian philosophy and Indian religions. One of these is "mental ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samskara

Samskara, saṃskāra, saṅskāra or sanskara may refer to: Sanskara (rite of passage), Hindu and Jain rites of passage; Samskara (ayurvedic), a technique in  ...

www.yogajournal.com/lifestyle/stuck-rut

Aug 28, 2007 ... By recognizing our tendency for mental and emotional patterns, or samskaras, we can transform negative habits to positive ones with the help ...

yogainternational.com/article/view/what-are-samskaras-and-how-do-they-affect-us

Oct 31, 2014 ... If you make the best use of all the potential you have as a human being, you avoid the effects of your samskaras. But if you are a fatalist, having ...

www.sivanandaonline.org/public_html/?cmd=displaysection§ion_id=871

The Samskaras (impressions) are embedded in the subconscious mind or Chitta. The subconscious mind is otherwise known as the unconscious mind.

www.yogapedia.com/definition/5748/samskara

In Indian and yogic philosophy, samskaras are the mental impressions left by all thoughts, actions and intents that an individual has ever experienced. They can ...

www.kinoyoga.com/burning-through-obstacles-samskaras-in-ashtanga-yoga-almonds-agni-our-attachment-to-our-own-suffering

Burning through Obstacles (Samskaras) in Ashtanga Yoga. “Almonds,” Agni & our Attachment to our own Suffering. Each moment we have the possibility of ...

blog.sivanaspirit.com/3-types-samskaras

Samskaras are one of the most powerful and important concepts to understand- because they influence every aspect of our lives.

www.sharecare.com/health/personality/what-is-samskara

When they tried to understand how the mind traps itself, the ancient Indian sages devised the key concept of samskara (from two Sanskrit word roots that mean ...

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