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One Yoga Level 2 Study Crossword

Donalda Beeson

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9.The niyama of surrender.
13.Creator of the universe.
15.Chin-lock; occurs naturally in shoulderstand (2 words).
18.A "conduit", or subtle channel along which the life force (prana) circulates.
19.The 6th chakra (third eye). Balances perspective between our spiritual and animal selves. It achieves clarity via intuition.
20.The 2nd chakra (sacral). The site of creativity, sexuality, and birth.
21.A sanskirt salutation representing, "The god/divine/light in me sees the god/divine/light in you".
25.Compiler of the Yoga Sutras c. 200 BC.
26.The central channel which the kundalini-shakti travels up to the crown chakra in order to obtain liberation.
27.Bellows breath. An energizing breath where air is forced in and out through the nose pulling the pelvic floor up on exhalation.
32.Upward flying lock (lower abdominals)(2 words)
34."The science of life"; a system of traditional medicine native to India.
36.“Don’t mistake my ____________ for weakness.”
37."The song of god"; the oldest yoga text comprised of 700 verses detailing a conversation between Krishna and Arjuna (2 words).
39.The yama of non-violence.
41.“The attainment of _____ is a gradual practice.” Sutra 2:27
42.The yama of non-ejaculation (chastity): celibate when single, faithful when married. Literally, "under the tutelage of Brahma". The discipline which produces ojas.
44.Anyone who actively practices yoga.
46."Skull shining". A breath but not a pranayama, rather it is one of the 6 Kriyas (purifications), its forced exhalations through abdominal contractions rids the lower lungs of stale air.
48.Patanjali's yoga path of knowledge or wisdom (2 words).
50.Fluctuations of the mind. The monkey brain.
51.Yoga that targets the connective tissues rather than the muscles (two words).
52.A hand (or body) seal or gesture.
53.The 7th chakra (crown). Represented by a thousand petaled lotus, it is the highest expression of our spiritual selves, the god within.
54.Any girl who actively practices yoga.
57.The niyama of purity.
58.The great lock (all three locks simultaneously engaged)(2 words).
59.The yama of non-lying (truthfulness).
66.An accomplished master yogi who teaches one or more students devoted to their practice.
67.Sense withdrawal. The fifth limb of Patanjali's eight-limbs of Raja Yoga.
68.The yama of non-stealing, or non-coveting.
69.Continuous Flow. The finite world of change. The cycle or birth, life, death, and rebirth (reincarnation).
70.The niyama of austerity; to purify by fire.
71.Patanjali's yoga path of physical and mental control; Meditation Yoga (2 words).
72.The eight limbs of yoga. Also a type of hatha yoga practice developed by K. Pattabhi Jois.
74.The guna of lucidity. Light, bliss, goodness.
75.The untimate singular reality. The self, soul, spirit.
76.A physical site where yoga and/or spirituality is taught. Literally "that where effort is made".
81.The potential cosmic energy visualized as a snake lying coiled at the base of the spine waiting to be awakened.
82.Liberation from samsara to a state of enlightenment. Also a type of hot yoga.
84.An incarnation of God Vishnu, the God-man whose teachings can be found in the Bhagavad Gita.
85.The 1st chakra (root). Stability; security; fight or flight; earth, grounding, root primitivism of our being; seed; from where we come.
86.An internal lock and focus.
89.“The pose begins when you want to _____ it.” Unknown
91.Conscious control of the flow of prana via breathing.
92.Self observation. The five observances or positive actions for cultivating a healthy relationship with our own inner world. the second limb of Patanjali's eight-limbs of Raja Yoga.
93.“Teach kids ____ when they are old enough to ask for food.” Ryan Leire
94.Conciousness
96.Partner yoga. The yoga of flying.
97.“Peace”.
98.The victorious breath. Conscious breathing through the nose while slightly contrcting the throat creating a wave like sound.
99."Vitality". The subtle energy produced through practice, especially the discipline of brahmacharya.
100.The niyama of contentment; freedom from material wants.
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1.One’s righteous duty or responsibility.
2.Concentration. The sixth limb of Patanjali's eight-limbs of Raja Yoga.
3.A circular/radial geometric design representing the cosmos.
4.Life-force, energy, power (like eastern chi).
5.The 4th chakra (heart). The site of passionate action: unbridled love, empathy, compassion, courage, devotion.
6.An ecstatic oneness when the meditator becomes one with the object of meditatoin. A state of joy and peace. The eighth limb of Patanjali's eight-limbs of Raja Yoga.
7.The oldest surviving text of Hatha Yoga written by Swami Muktibodhananda.
8.Root lock (pelvic floor) (2 words).
10.“Not this. Not this.” In meditation, you gently dismiss thoughts, images, concepts, sounds, and distractions by applying this principle and telling yourself, “Not this. Not this.” (two words).
11.A Yogic gazing practice where the gaze is fixed on an object for some time and then that object is visualized clearly with the eyes closed, as an inner image at the eyebrow center.
12.The guna of inertia and darkness.
14.The yama of non-appropriation or non-coveting of things not one's own.
16.Patanjali's yoga path of devotion; of love (2 words).
17."Channel cleansing", the practice of purifying the energy conduits, especially by means of pranayama (2 words).
20.The niyama of self-study; also study of scripture.
22.The deluding or illusive power of the world; illusion by which the world is seen as separate from the ultimate singular Reality (atman).
23.Breath retention.
24.“Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured and _____ what cannot be cured.” Iyengar
26.Sun Salutation. Limbers up the whole body in preparation for the yoga asanas.
28.Perfection in a yoga posture.
29.The gesture of hands held together at heart center in prayer (2 words).
30.Author of Light of Yoga, the bible of modern yoga.
31.Nature. Matter. The manifest universe.
33.A sequence of 2 or more asanas performed in fluid motion with breath. Also a type of hatha yoga practice.
35.Patanjali's yoga path of action, work and service (2 words).
38.Dreamless yogic sleep (two words).
40.The yoga of purifying actions, or exercises that aim to awaken the kundalini energy through a cleansing process of one’s inner body.
41.“Mind”.
42.“The nose is for _________. The mouth is for eating.” Unknown
43.Alternate nostril breathing bringing purification of the nadis (two words).
45.Ether; the fifth element alongside earth, air, fire and water; "inner" space, the space of consciousness.
47.Enlightened. The title given to Gautama the founder of Buddhism.
49.The 5th chakra (throat). Represents our voice and ability to use it to express truth.
50.One of 7 energy centers located along the midline of the body (literally "wheel").
51.A visual representation of a mantra. Literally, "instrument".
53.Literally, a thread that holds things together. Also a collection of aphorisms in the form of a manual.
55.A branch of Raja Yoga that includes asana, pranayama and kriyas. Literally the sun and the moon (two words).
56.Bliss.
57.“Say what you mean. Mean what you ___.”
60.Meditation. The seventh limb of Patanjali's eight-limbs of Raja Yoga.
61.Refers to any of the three primary "qualities" or constituents of nature and energy.
62.The guna of activity, passion and the process of change.
63.A state of balance.
64.Your masculine nostril.
65.Yoga’s country of orgin.
68.The postures (basis of hatha yoga). The third limb of Patanjali's eight-limbs of Raja Yoga.
69.“The cultivated language”. One of the first written human languages; usually written in devanagari script – the language of yoga.
73.A yogic gaze or point of external focus. Where the eyes are looking while in asana.
77.“Limb” A fundamental category of the yoga path.
78.108 beads plus a large meru bead, used to help count the repetition of mantra (2 words).
79.Universal abstentions. The five ethical disciplines which help to bring a compassionate death to the ego. The first limb of Patanjali's eight-limbs of Raja Yoga.
80."Feared one". A major hindu god and 1/3 of the Trimurti. Masculine; Lord of the Dance; Destroyer and Transformer. Consort of Shakti.
82.A sacred sound or phrase, repeated either verbally or internally, that has a transformative effect on the mind.
83.a religious philosophy where Shakti is the primary diety; a view of the Universe as the divine play between Shiva and Shakti; an effort to embody the energy of the divine universe within the human form - literal: "weave" in the sense of continuity.
84.Musical chanting of sanskrit mantras in call and response style, often with acoustic instruments.
85.The 3rd chakra (solar plexus). The site of knowing; fire; hunger, desire, willpower, core strength, digestion; where food is converted into prana.
86.“The mind is everything. What you think you _____. Buddah
87.“Yoga is 99% _______ and 1% theory.” K. Pattabhi Jois
88.Power, a primordial cosmic energy that flows throughout the universe; and the personification of divine feminine power.
89.Your feminine nostril.
90.Breath control. The fourth limb of Patanjali's eight-limbs of Raja Yoga.
95.The recitation of mantra.
99.The original sound which created the universe; within it is the seed of creation, preservation, and destruction. Also the sound of the crown chakra.

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