- (Jnana means knowing. It is not that this will directly tell you about Yoga in relation to the Indriyas, but will help to awareness of what is behind those senses.
- The Five Sheaths from the Moksha Gita
- The Manomaya Kosha consists of the mind and the five Jnana Indriyas. It is a means of enjoying pleasure and pain.
- Mind--Its Mysteries and Control
- with seventeen Tattvas, viz., five Karma-Indriyas, five Jnana-Indriyas, five Pranas, Mind and. Buddhi.
- YOGA (84)
- (ii) The five Jnana Indriyas - eyes, ears, nose, tongue and the skin. ▪ their role in sensory perception.
- 0711 Newsletter
- Jul 4, 2011 1) The five organs of knowledge (Jnana Indriya): Sight, Hearing,. Taste, Touch & Smell.
- The three states of wakefulness
- Then the Jiva leaves his position in the eyes (Netra-sthana), and descends to the heart.
- Indriyas - The Ten Senses
- Indriyas are the means or senses.) Jnanendriyas: The five entrance doors are the five cognitive senses, which are called jnanendriyas. (Jnana means knowing.
- Sense Organs - The Indriyas
- In yoga, the sense organs are known as indriyas.
- The Mandukya Upanishad - Lessons on the Upanishads - Chapter 7
- These five mentioned are called senses of knowledge, or jnana indriyas.
- Chapter 26
- Mind is a consolidated Indriya. Indriya is mind in manifestation.
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