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POSITIVE ACTIONS: "like and "like" attract, but OPPOSITE HEALS" OLGA LAZIN



    Pratipaksha Bhavanam is a method that helps us catch these destructive and distracting thoughts, and redirect our minds back toward the yogic path. This is done by actively cultivating thoughts of the opposite nature when a destructive thought arises. It can even be as simple as formulating the opposite thought.May 27, 2006

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Nov 11, 2015 - Patanjali uses the word twice in the Yoga Sutra. One sutra [2.33] says, “Vitarkabadhane pratipaksha bhavanam.” That's a very simple sentence. It means that when we have afflicted thinking, then “Pratipaksha bhavanam”: Contemplate and take another view—look at the situation from another perspective.

The Healing Art of Pratipaksha Bhavana - LA Yoga

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Vitarka badhane pratipaksha bhavanam. “When disturbed by negative thoughts, opposite [positive] ones should be thought of. This is pratipaksha bhavana.”

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Jan 18, 2010 - According to the Yoga Sutras of of Patanjali’s in Book II; Sutra’s 28-34, Ahimsa is non violence/non-injury (not causing pain) and Pratipaksha Bhavanam is the practice of substituting opposite thought forms in the mind. Sutra 2.30 states that Ahimsa is not causing pain, not ...

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 Pratipaksha bhavanam is such an ingenious little tool because positive action is unique to each individual, and indeed to each moment at hand ...




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