- India and Nepal (what is now Vachaspati Nagar(Andhra Thardhi), Madhubani).
- The mind, according to advaita Vedanta-1
- VAchaspati Mishra, the author of. bhAmatI, considers the mind to be an indriya.
- Identification of EPAC (Exchange Protein Activated by cAMP
- Department of Biotechnology, Lovely Professional University, Delhi - Jalandhar G.T.
- Yoga and Psychology and Psychotherapy
- Apr 27, 2006 glossaries of Vyasa and Vachaspati Misra.” ______. True Psychology.
- The Philosophy, Psychology and Practice of Yoga
- subsequently, one Vachaspati Mishra wrote a more elaborate Gloss explaining the full meaning of. Sage Vyasa's Commentary.
- yogadoot 1.1; 2003
- Dec 14, 2003 commentator Vachaspati Misra also states, “after performing the asana and being full in their qualities is pranayama described”.
- Vācaspati Miśra - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Vācaspati Miśra (900–980 CE) was an Indian philosopher who founded one of the and Nepal (what is now Vachaspati Nagar(Andhra Thardhi), Madhubani).
- Patanjali's Yoga Sutras With the Commentary of Vyasa and the
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