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Sukṣmakriyā literally means 'the subtle process'.
  
It is the fourth step in the practice of Layayoga. (See LAYAYOGA.)
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It is the fourth step in the practice of Layayoga. It consists in withdrawing the mind from the external sense-objects and concentrating on the light between the eyebrows. This is also called jyotirdhyāna.
  
It consists in withdrawing the mind from the external sense-objects and concentrating on the light between the eyebrows. This is also called jyotirdhyāna.
 
  
 
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It consists in withdrawing the mind from the external sense-objects and concentrating on the light between the eyebrows. This is also called jyotirdhyāna.
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Revision as of 13:42, 14 July 2016

By Swami Harshananda

Sometimes transliterated as: Suksmakriya, SukSmakriyA, Sukshmakriyaa


Sukṣmakriyā literally means 'the subtle process'.

It is the fourth step in the practice of Layayoga. It consists in withdrawing the mind from the external sense-objects and concentrating on the light between the eyebrows. This is also called jyotirdhyāna.


References

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