Yoga poses how to on Although the Jains accept the idea of a permanent self that constitutes the essence of personal identity, they do not accept the Upanisadic teaching that this self is unitary and the same in all beings. Rather, they claim that each individual organism has its own unique self, which the Jains call a jiva (living spirit from the verb Vjlv, to live). Each individual jiva experiences individual bondage and individual release. Bondage occurs when a jiva becomes enmeshed in matter (ajiva) and liberation when it becomes free of matter. In the liberated state, jivas possess infinite perception (ananta darsana), infinite knowledge (ananta jnana), infinite bliss (ananta sukha) and infinite energy/power (ananta virya). By contrast, the bound jivas those subject to samsara have none of these characteristics, because they are covered by a film of karmic matter. The Jain notion of karma is more materialistic than any other version found in Indian religious traditions. Yoga poses how to 2016.
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