- Dec 13, 2007 Here is my preferred definition of them: Raga: Buddha lists ridding ourselves of raga and dwesha as the first step in the Holy Life.
- Vedanta for Beginners
- Destruction of Avidya will lead to the destruction of Raga-Dvesha. Raga and Dvesha are the modifications or effects of Avidya or ignorance.
- 0711 Newsletter
- Jul 4, 2011 entry of attachment & aversion (raga-dvesha) into our lives.
- YOGA STUDIES INSTITUTE
- avidya-asmita raga dvesha-abhiniveshah pancha kleshah. II.3 THE FIVE NEGATIVE THOUGHTS ARE IGNORANCE, SELFNESS,.
- Yoga – Overcoming Obstacles with Backbends
- They are avidya, ignorance; asmita, ego; raga, attachment to pleasure; dvesha, aversion to pain; and abhinivesha, the fear of death.
- Mind--Its Mysteries and Control
- Sep 16, 2008 Raga-Dvesha. Pleasure And Pain. Viveka.
- Sem medo de ser feliz
- Tudo isso brinca com raga, dvesha e também é influenciado por asmita e avidya. Pensamos que “nós” queremos ter ou não ter algo, mas o ideal é desenvolver a capacidade de reconhecer esses desejos e ver além deles.
- Raga and Dvesha, Attachment and Aversion, Raga and Dvesa
- Mar 22, 2006 Raga & Dvesha: Attachment and Aversion. Extreme attachments and extreme aversions are both obstacles on the yogi's path to freedom.
- Philosophy of Raga-Dvesha
- Raga-Dvesha is a Vasana. It has four states. Raga-Dvesha, Vasanas, Samskaras and Gunas are intertwined.
- Chapter 22
- Raga (attraction), Dvesha (repulsion) and Tatastha Vritti (indifference) are the three important Vrittis of the mind.
- Raga Dvesha Example
- Dec 21, 2005 One thing for sure is that it could be worse. I could be staying in Northern Sweden or Northern Alaska!
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