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What is turiya yoga?

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In Hindu philosophy, turiya (Sanskrit: तुरीय, meaning "the fourth") or chaturiya, chaturtha, is pure consciousness. Turiya is the background that underlies and pervades the three common states of consciousness. The three common states of consciousness are: waking state, dreaming state, and dreamless deep sleep.

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Jeeva Azeem
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Turiya, the so-called fourth state of consciousness, is an experience without a position and thus situated in samādhi, the highest perfectional stage of yoga,

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Bilal Pervees
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There are two paths in Yoga to realise the Self viz., the Pipeelika Marga and the Vihanga Marga. Just as the ant slowly marches, so also the aspirant slowly

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Anusha Bandari
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According to Swami Sivananda, turiya is the fourth state of consciousness in “Mandukya Upanishad and Yoga: Twelve Verses on OM Mantra,” by Swami

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Cheng Clennon
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The goal of yoga and meditation is to achieve turiya, where oneness is felt with the universe. During These Times of Stress and Uncertainty Your

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Abhijith Chabria
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Turiya. Turiya, "the Fourth" (in relation to three states below). — Pure Consciousness, both transcends and pervades the tree states of waking, dreaming, and

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Stephen Aacharya
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I was first introduced to the concept of Turiya when studying and practicing yoga nidra at yoga school in India. It was described to me as a fourth

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Dasari Lenin
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Yoga Leads to Turiya Etymologically, yoga means yoke or union. Patanjali's yoga is called Ashtanga yoga as it has eight limbs, namely, yama (moral

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Priyesh Paro
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