Postures de yoga on In this way, claim Hartshorne and Rees, the monopolar approach reveals its inadequacy.16 As far as I can tell, all traditional yogic systems are monopolar. Moksa, whether understood as realization of one s identity with atman, separation of jiva/purusa from ajiva/prakrti, or the attainment of the unconditioned nirvana, is always understood to be permanent. Change, or impermanence (anitya), is a characteristic of samsara (the inferior pole) whilst nitya (permanence) is characteristic of the superior one: liberation. For the Buddhist, conditioned existence is impermanent and hence painful or unsatisfactory (duhkha). By contrast, unconditioned existence is permanent and joyful (sukha). For Patanjali, the self is permanent (nitya), pure (suci) and joyful (sukha). Postures de yoga 2016.
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