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Dharana, a Sanskrit word meaning "concentration," is the sixth limb of yoga in the Ashtanga yoga system—also called the eight-limbed path. The goal of dharana is to bind your consciousness to one particular object, place, or idea


Dhyana is a form of meditation and the seventh of the eight limbs of yoga. When you practice dhyana, you focus your mind on a particular object or concept with the goal of becoming one with it. The best way to prepare for a dhyana practice is to first do some yoga to bring your body to a calm and relaxed state.



Samadhi refers to the complete stilling of the mind that allows the individual to be unified with the cosmic. In this stage, the yogi is completely detached from the material, and focused solely on the merging of his or her consciousness with a greater spiritual power. Ashtanga Yoga.

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