- By a process of definition called Bhaga-tyaga-lakshana (characterisation by . form a network called the Hridaya-Granthi, in the words of the Upanishads.
- PART II: DEFINITION OF THE KRIYA YOGA TECHNIQUES
- Phase 2: Hridaya Granthi Bheda -- Piercing the heart knot. Phase 3: Navi Granthi Bheda-- Piercing the navel's knot.
- 52 The Guru 266 The Self-Consciousness which shines after the
- [hridaya-granthi] of His loving disciples. Sri Muruganar: This verse describes the power of the Sadguru's Self-abidance.
- VI. Nondual Thinking
- seeks and that which is sought. That is the knot of the heart, hridaya granthi.
- Words of Grace_SINGLE PAGE
- may open and gain its purpose. The state of bondage is compared to the state of the lotus bud. Bondage is described as the knot of the heart (hridaya granthi).
- Lexique très partiel et partial du sanskrit de la spiritualité
- nœud (voir hridaya-granthi).
- קשר בלב – פרימה כואבת
- רדאיה גראנטי (hridaya granthi) הוא ביטוי סנסקריטי שמשמעותו "קשר בלב", המייצג את הרעיון שה"אני" הוא "גופו של האני".
- The Individual and the Absolute - The Mandukya Upanishad
- the Hridaya-Granthi, in the words of the Upanishads.
- A selection of articles related to Hridaya-Granthi. Nill. More material related to Hridaya-granthi can be found here: Nill.
- Letters from Sri Ramanasramam, by Suri Nagamma
- Question: “The expression 'hridaya granthi bhedanam' occurs in Sri Ramana Gita . What is meant by it?
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