Tips for a healthy diet on Both advocate what we can loosely call jnana yoga. They are also similar to each other and to Yoga in terms of experience. As Zaehner points out, Monism, in practice, means the isolation of the soul from all that is other than itself. 103 For Sankara that is maya (which has no ontological status); for Samkhya and Yoga it is prakrti. The point is that the immersion of consciousness in the non-dual brahman alone and the immersion of consciousness in purusa alone are difficult to distinguish experientially. There are, of course, significant differences too. For Sankara, all experience is subordinated to revelation (sruti), whereas in Samkhya and Yoga revelation has no place at all. Tips for a healthy diet 2016.
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