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YOGI AND YOGESHVARA

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Yogis are mainly concerned with developing different mystic powers. A yogi can walk on the water without drowning. The law of gravity does not operate on him. That is a mystic power called laghims. Laghims means that a person can become lighter than cotton and counteract the law of gravity. The yoga system simply develops the inconceivable potency already present in the practitioner. Someone may know swimming and some may not, but that swimming power is potential there within both of them, One has to simply practice it. Similarly yogic power is also potent in the human being, If a small spark of god can have such power, think how much more yogic power God possesses. Therefore, in the Vedas He is called Yogesvara, which means “master of all mystic power.”

Ref >> Srila Prabhupada Vani

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