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yo·gi

 (yō′gē)
n. pl. yo·gis
One who is adept in yoga.

[Hindi yogī, from Sanskrit, from yogaḥ, union; see yoga.]

yogi

(ˈjəʊɡɪ)
n, pl -gis or -gin (-ɡɪn)
1. (Philosophy) a person who is a master of yoga
2. (Hinduism) a person who is a master of yoga
yogini fem n

yo•gi

(ˈyoʊ gi)

n., pl. -gis.
a person who practices yoga.
[1610–20; < Skt yogī, nominative singular of yogin, derivative of yoga yoga]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Yogi - United States baseball player (born 1925)
2.yogi - one who practices yoga and has achieved a high level of spiritual insight
philosopher - a specialist in philosophy
Translations
يوغي: شَخْص يُمارِس اليوغا
jogín
yogi
jógi
maîur sem stundar/kennir jóga
jogín
yoga öğreticisiyogi

yogi

[ˈjəʊgɪ] N (yogis or yogin (pl)) [ˈjəʊgɪn]yogui m

yogi

[ˈjəʊgi] nyogi m

yogi

nJogi m, → Yogi m

yoga

(ˈyougə) noun
1. any of several systems of physical exercises based on a Hindu system of philosophy and meditation.
2. the philosophy (usually including the meditation and exercises).
ˈyogi (-gi) noun
a person who practises and/or teaches the yoga philosophy.
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In the words of Swami Sivananda, creator of the five principles on which modern yoga is based, "speaking truth is the most important qualification of a yogin (one who performs yoga).
Kalpesh Parmar, 29, a house-hunting salesman who has been living in Bahrain for seven years, visited the exhibition with his wife, Manisha, and baby son, Yogin.
That is the world of tantric Hinduism and Buddhism, where forms of yoga loaded with sacred and symbolical meanings and sometimes involving the union of a yogin with a female partner--representing respectively the male and female coefficients understood as tools equally necessary to achieve a transcendent condition--had been practised since the 6th century CE.
The Life of Shabkar: The Autobiography of a Tibetan Yogin (Trs.
237): "For, the yogin does not produce the universe out of his own self in the manner that the one who appears to be a potter produces what appears to be a pot out of what appears to be a ball of clay--in stages, by the real transformation, the modification of form, of the (clay that is made into a) small stupa of the king of Sibi, for example.
The Jabala-upanishad distinctly asserts that the yogin perceives Siva in his heart, and that images are meant for ignorant men.
Crazy for wisdom; the making of a mad yogin in fifteenth-century Tibet.
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By emptying the flow of subtle energy from the peripheral channels into the central channel (also called sunyata nadi) and guiding it upwards into the crown cakra via a series of advanced practices including khecari mudra and kevala kumbhaka, the adept yogin or yogini becomes aware of deeper and more penetrating levels of consciousness and witnesses (or visualizes) the progressive transformation of the material body (sarira) into an immortal or divine body (divya deha).
As the Divine Yogin and the Eternal Creator, both of
One such passage is suggested during the conversation between Poet and Hermit that begins "Brute Neighbors" a serio-comic dialogue between busy consciousness and visionary yogin.
The yogin, absorbed in contemplation, contributes in his degree to creation: he breathes a divine perfume, he hears wonderful things.