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This is the third of the four spiritual disciplines listed under sādhanacatuṣṭaya. It consists of the following six steps: śama (tranquillity); dama (self-control); uparati (cessation of external sense-organs from the pursuit of sense-objects); titikṣā (forbearance); śraddhā (faith) and samā-dhāna (concentration).
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* The Concise Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Swami Harshananda, Ram Krishna Math, Bangalore
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== OLD CONTENT ==
 
śamādisatka (‘the group of six [disciplines]’ starting with śama’)
 
śamādisatka (‘the group of six [disciplines]’ starting with śama’)
 
This is the third of the four spiritual disciplines listed under sādhanacatuṣṭaya. It consists of the following six steps: śama (tranquillity); dama (self-control); uparati (cessation of external sense-organs from the pursuit of sense-objects); titikṣā (forbearance); śraddhā (faith) and samā- dhāna (concentration).
 
This is the third of the four spiritual disciplines listed under sādhanacatuṣṭaya. It consists of the following six steps: śama (tranquillity); dama (self-control); uparati (cessation of external sense-organs from the pursuit of sense-objects); titikṣā (forbearance); śraddhā (faith) and samā- dhāna (concentration).

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By Swami Harshananda

Sometimes transliterated as: Samadisatka, ZamAdisatka, shamaadisatka


śamādisatka (‘the group of six [disciplines]’ starting with śama’)

This is the third of the four spiritual disciplines listed under sādhanacatuṣṭaya. It consists of the following six steps: śama (tranquillity); dama (self-control); uparati (cessation of external sense-organs from the pursuit of sense-objects); titikṣā (forbearance); śraddhā (faith) and samā-dhāna (concentration).


References

  • The Concise Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Swami Harshananda, Ram Krishna Math, Bangalore

OLD CONTENT

śamādisatka (‘the group of six [disciplines]’ starting with śama’) This is the third of the four spiritual disciplines listed under sādhanacatuṣṭaya. It consists of the following six steps: śama (tranquillity); dama (self-control); uparati (cessation of external sense-organs from the pursuit of sense-objects); titikṣā (forbearance); śraddhā (faith) and samā- dhāna (concentration).