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Yoga Sutra 3.21

Kaya-rūpa-saṃyamāt-tat-grāhya-śakti-stambhe cakṣuḥ-prakāśā-asaṃprayoge-antardhānam

Meditative integration (saṁyama) on the relationship between form, light and the eyes enables the yogi to become invisible.

Patanjali continues describing the journey towards exploring the innermost depths of your being.   Through the practice of being unconditionally with ‘what is’, you do not create interference in the world; you are in complete harmony with the perfection of life.  Such internalisation can mean the possibility of being completely unnoticed. 

Damian Cadman-Jones is an authorised teacher of Prana Vashya Yoga™





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