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Yoga in on 14, By guru s favour everything good relating to one s self is obtained. So the guru ought to be daily served; else there can be nothing auspicious. And finally in 4.13, When the sleeping goddess kundalind is awakened, though the grace of guru, then all the lotuses and the bonds are readily pierced through and through. The situation seems to be, then, that diksa is an essential prerequisite for effective hatha yoga practice and that for diksa to take place a guru is needed. In defining a guru A. Bharati writes, A guru is one who has received diksa from one or more gurus, is capable of conferring and has actually conferred diksa on another person or persons. Yoga in 2016.

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