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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 impression, recollection, psychological imprint" and this meaning is the basis for its use in Hindu philosophies, particularly in the development of its karma theory. According ...

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 ayurvedic medicine; Samskara (Indian philosophy), the concept of imprints or impressions left on the mind by experience in Indian philosophies; Saṅkhāra, the  ...

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

Oct 31, 2014 ... Change your destiny by understanding the nature of samskaras.

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 of yoga practice.

www.yogapedia.com/definition/5748/samskara

It is said that a samskara is created after a vritti, or thought wave, arises in the mind. Once this thought wave has left normal consciousness, it sinks down into the subconscious or unconscious mind, where it remains in the form of a samskara. In this model, the samskaras also serve as memory stores that hold all past ...

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

What Is Samskara? Vritti (whirlpool, thought-wave) arises in the mind-ocean. It operates for sometime. Then it sinks below the threshold of normal consciousness. From the surface of the conscious mind wherein it was uppermost for some time, it sinks down deep into the region of the subconscious mind (Chitta). There ...

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 being fresh and new, but very often we live of our lives from a habit pattern established in the past. Once these patterns are established the flow of human ...

blog.sivanaspirit.com/3-types-samskaras

The Baggage of Samskaras. There are three types of potential reactions to any situation: inborn, acquired, and imposed. Inborn samskaras are those we have acquired in previous lives. For example, a child prodigy is one who probably developed a great degree of proficiency in his past life. Acquired samskaras are those ...

www.yogabasics.com/connect/yoga-blog/samskaras-unraveling-the-conditioned-self

Apr 21, 2014 ... The word samskara derives from the Sanskrit sam (complete or joined together) and kara (action, cause, or doing). A samskara starts as a vritti (whirlpool, thought -wave), a thought, emotion, or sensation that arises like a wave on the ocean of conscious awareness. In response to internal or external stimuli, ...