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Oct 24, 2010 Definition of Indriya (senses). The senses walk along with one's intellect. Eyes, ears, skin, nose and tongue are the five medium of senses.

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Chapter 2: dvitīyaṁ kośasthānam CHAPTER TWO – THE INDRIYAS
K9-22 Inclusion/Subsumption and other exposition in terms of the Indriyas. K23- 34 Whatever exercises supreme power or authority is called an indriya.
22 Indriya
Five Faculties (indriyas)
Five Faculties (indriyas). Key ideas. • The Five Faculties (indriya) exert a controlling influence on the mind in two ways: 1.
Entrenamiento de los Diez Sentidos o Indriyas en la Práctica del
El morador interno se relaciona a través de los Indriyas.
Two categories of indriyas. • Action performing – Karma Indriyas. – Hands.

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Pratyahara: The Unsual Way of Learning to Control the Conscious State
The word "pratyahara" means "removing indriyas from material objects". Pratyahara is the stage at which an adept learns how to control the "tentacles" of consciousness that are called "indriyas" in Sanskrit.

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Indriyas - The Ten Senses
Training the Ten Senses or Indriyas in Traditional Yoga Practice by Swami Jnaneshvara Bharati.
Indriya - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Indriyas is a Sanskrit term.
Sense Organs - The Indriyas
In yoga, the sense organs are known as indriyas.
indriya. 'faculties', is a name for 22, partly physical, partly mental, phenomena often treated in the Suttas as well as in the Abhidhamma.

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