[INDOLOGY] krishnamacharya and 'inner wealth'

Martin Gansten martin.gansten at pbhome.se
Wed Jan 25 07:18:35 UTC 2017

This sounds like the sādhana-catuṣṭaya listed by Śaṃkara (sorry, no 
reference to hand -- Brahmasūtrabhāṣya perhaps?): 
nityānitya-vastu-viveka, ihāmutra-phala-bhoga-vairāgya, ṣaṭ-sampatti, 
and mumukṣutva. The six treasures are śama, dama, uparati, titkṣā, 
śraddhā, samādhāna.

Martin Gansten

Den 2017-01-25 kl. 07:46, skrev patrick mccartney via INDOLOGY:
> Dear Friends,
> At the top of page 16 from this English translation of 
> Krishnamacharya's "Yoga Makaranda", there is a list of four 
> characteristics that he suggests need to be attained through 
> /yogābhyāsa/, and which are said to comprise /jñānam:/
> http://terebess.hu/english/Yoga-Makaranda.pdf
> The original text is written in Kannada (1934), and this English 
> translation (2006) is from the Tamil edition (1938). I haven't been 
> able to locate a copy of either the '34 or '38 editions.
> I'm wondering if anyone might be able to tell me what the term is that 
> he uses for "inner wealth".
> The three other characteristics are familiar to me, viz., /viveka/, 
> /vairāgya/, and /mumukṣutva/.
> Thanks.
> All the best,
> Patrick McCartney, PhD

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