Your Yoga: Day 7 - Ashtanga ~ Dhyana

Dhyana is intense contemplation, resonant reflection & profound, abstract meditation.

Dhyana is complete, comprehensive contemplation. Dhyana is the non-judgemental process of the mind, actively engaged in its object of contemplation.

Thus when this one task at a time manifests wholly, then I become my own master. I manifest in that task in totality. This totality is my subjectivity. I am now what the task has made of me. Though here still, I have retained my active ego consciousness, that now guides my energy to the penultimate. I have dived into myself. My retrospective perspective has now found its own path.

I am the willed persona.

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